Apps Made Easy

App Services

What Type of app does your business need?

Welcome to Apps Made Easy by Granite, where our talented team crafts innovative, user-centric apps to redefine your digital landscape.

Apps are hard but we make them easy with our exceptional solutions.

Join us on a journey to revolutionise your clients’ mobile experience.

Native Apps


Native apps are platform-specific applications developed for iOS or Android, utilising programming languages and tools provided by the platform. They offer high performance and rich user experiences by directly accessing the device’s hardware and software features. 

Native apps are downloaded from app stores, reside on the user’s device, and can work offline. They leverage the device’s capabilities like camera, GPS, and push notifications, and integrate with other native apps and services. 

Businesses benefit from native apps through improved user engagement, satisfaction, and loyalty, as well as optimised performance. They are ideal for industries like e-commerce, social media, travel, banking, and gaming, supporting advanced functionalities and personalized experiences. 

Overall, native apps deliver optimal performance, seamless access to device features, and superior user experiences, making them suitable for businesses prioritising a superior user experience and requiring advanced capabilities.

Some native apps developed by AME by Granite: My Dawa, Pinergy,  Bon Secours Health System, DPS,  Dobiquity, Fexco, NOA, Oleo, Cook & Cure, Smyths feed calculator, Cardio Checklist, Forget me not.

Hybrid apps are mobile applications that combine elements of native and web apps. They are developed using web technologies like HTML, CSS, and JavaScript and wrapped in a native container for installation on different platforms. Hybrid apps leverage frameworks such as Apache Cordova, React Native, or Flutter to access native device features.

 They can be distributed through app stores and offer a cross-platform solution, saving time and development costs. Hybrid apps have faster development cycles and provide a balance between native app features and web app accessibility. 

They are suitable for businesses seeking cost-effective cross-platform development without complex native features. Examples of businesses benefiting from hybrid apps include content-based apps, e-commerce platforms, news portals, and enterprise applications. In summary, hybrid apps provide a cost-effective solution for cross-platform app development, combining web technologies with native capabilities.

Hybrid Apps Developed by AME: American Chamber of Commerce Ireland, Farmers Market, BCP.

Hybrid Apps


Progressive Web Apps


Progressive web apps (PWAs) are web applications that provide an app-like experience using modern web technologies. They work across devices and platforms and can be accessed through a web browser. 

PWAs use features like service workers and web app manifests to enable offline functionality and installation on home screens. Built with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, PWAs are platform-independent and responsive, offering a seamless user experience regardless of the device or screen size. 

PWAs benefit businesses by providing broad accessibility through direct web browser access, eliminating the need for app store distribution. They can work offline or in low-connectivity environments, caching content and functionality. This is particularly useful for content consumption, e-commerce, and productivity tools. 

PWAs simplify development and maintenance by leveraging existing web development skills and allowing quick updates and deployments. This agility is valuable for businesses requiring frequent updates or rapid responses to market changes. 

PWAs are suitable for businesses prioritising accessibility, content delivery, and agile updates. Industries such as media, e-commerce, and services can benefit from PWAs, especially in regions with limited internet connectivity. In summary, PWAs are web applications that offer an app-like experience using web technologies. They provide broad accessibility, offline functionality, and simplified development. Businesses focused on accessibility, content delivery, and agility are well-suited for PWAs, particularly in media, e-commerce, and service industries.

The Process of Development

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