If you want to hire Android developers skilled in creating outstanding apps, then you came to the right company. Qubit Labs have a large long-list of best Android developers from Ukraine, ready to expand mobile presence of your business. You can hire a single dedicated Android developer or a team of Android programmers, designers, architects, and consultants. In other words you can extend your in-house team with offshore dedicated resources or get a managed team and set up an offshore development center in Ukraine.
As Android app development is highly demanded, you may face some difficulties in finding the right candidate for your project. But Qubit Labs stands out of competitors, as we’ve been working on our developers database for years. It contains hundreds CVs of the best Android developers, and you’ll be surprised how quickly our recruiters will fill your vacancy and hire Android programmer matching your requirements.
Outsourcing app development to other countries gives you a range of advantages like filling in the skill gap or reducing operational and labor costs without depriving your employees from decent salary or generous bonuses.
Tell us more about the tech stack, team structure and specific requests and requirements you have. Based on them we show you expected budget and start recruitment process for free.
Get the CVs of vetted developers during the first week. Then you interview best ones and make final hiring decision. On average it takes 4-6 weeks to find and hire developers our clients need.
We provide everything for successful development team. You can visit your team in our office or use online tools to set up processes and integrate developers into your organization structure.
Enjoy your fully integrated team working together in our office. We support retention, HR management, payrolls and accounting; provide comfortable office space, hardware and social package.
With Qubit Labs, you can hire dedicated Android developer experienced in Java, the best programming language for this type of app development.
With Qubit Labs, you can save up to 60% of costs, because of our unique business model. Your exclusive team will increase output while reducing costs.
Each Android programmer you hire works exclusively on your project. Ensure smart communication and transparent reporting for each developer you hire.
Flexible contracts with simple monthly billing. No hidden cost! We run R&D center, where your developers will work and all HR management and administrative routine for you.
Qubit Labs has a qualified team of internationally certified IT Recruiters and HR professionals with more than 10 years of experience in the IT market to hire the top 1% talent for you.
Use our pool of 5000+ qualified tech candidates to build team and hire motivated Android developers. You can hire one developer or set an offshore development center easily.
We know how exhausting and complicated hiring process can be. That’s why we made it as easy as ABC to save your time and nerves.
Here’s how it works:
1. Tell us your requirements to developers you want to hire for your dedicated team.
2. Let us search for the best Android developers in Qubit Labs pool of programmers.
3. Interview each developer in person to rest assured they’re who you need in case of offshore Android application development.
4. Start working with your new outsource development team on your custom Android app.
Here are a few examples of questions companies could use when hiring android developers and developers could use to prepare for those interviews.
Q1: Name the languages supported in Android development.
Answer: Java is the most used language in Android development. It also supports C/C++ which if used with Android SDK, improves the performance speed, too.
Q2: What are the core components of Android?
Answer: The core components of Android operating systems are:
Q3: Explain the difference between a regular .png and a nine-patch image.
Answer: PNG is a resizable bitmap resource that can be used for backgrounds or other images on the device.
The NinePatch class permits drawing a bitmap in nine sections. The nine patch images have extension as.9.png. It allows an extension in 9 ways e.g. 4 corners that are unscaled, 4 edges that are scaled in 1 axis, and the middle one that can be scaled into both axes.
Q4: What is ADB and what can it do?
Answer: ADB stands for Android Debug Bridge. It is a command-line tool that is used to communicate with the emulator instance. ADB can control our device over USB from a computer, copy files back and forth, install and uninstall apps, run shell commands, and more.
Q5: How can two Android applications share the same Linux user ID and the VM?
Answer: They must sign in with the same certificate.
Q6: Explain the .apk extension in Android.
Answer: It is a default file format that is used by the Android OS. Application Package Kit (APK) is used for the installation of mobile apps. The .apk contains resource file, certificate, manifest file, and other code. APK files are archive files in the zip format with .apk extension.
Q7: What is ANR in Android and how can it be prevented?
Answer: ANR stands for Application Not Responding. It is a notification displayed by the Android platform whenever the application is performing too many functions at a time and is suddenly not responding to the user action. To prevent it one can create a child thread so that the main thread runs with minimal periods of unresponsive time.
Q8: Explain Implicit and Explicit Intents.
Answer: Implicit Intent calls the system components while Explicit Intents invoke the Activity class.
Q9: What are the data types supported by AIDL?
Q10: Which tools are used for debugging on the Android platform?
Answer: On the Android platform Android Monitor.bat utility is used. There are different tools for debugging which include: Android DDMS, Android Debug Bridge, iOS simulator, Debugging from Eclipse with ADT, Remote debugging on Android with Chrome, etc.
Given the fact that unlike iOS, Android OS is available on devices from numerous brands and types, developing Android apps means developing for a greater market. Android devices tend to be more affordable than iPhones, so over the past 5 years, Android managed to steadily retain a global market share of 70-80%. This means that an android developer can develop apps for over 2.5 billion monthly active users.
Developing products for the Android platform doesn’t only mean doing it for Google Play Store. Android apps can be deployed by Amazon Appstore, AppGratis, MoboMarket and other third-party app marketplaces. If you sum up all the profits Android OS makes from all the app stores, you’ll get a number close to what Apple makes.
Other advantages of Google Play Store include almost immediate app deployment to the store once it has been developed; the ability to download apps directly to the developers’ mobile devices for testing for free, and releasing alpha and beta versions of apps for specific groups of users. All of these make the process of bug fixing and feedback reaction much faster and smoother with room for fast polishing and updates.
On top of this, once your app development company puts an app onto Google Play Store, your brand is automatically put into Google’s app indexing library, Every click or gesture on the app converts into a click on your landing/home page. The clicks make your app more popular and raise your Google rank.
Android has a relatively low entry barrier and an Android SDK (Software Development Kit) is available to all developers for free. This naturally drops licensing and development costs. The costs for Android app developers essentially come down to testing and deployment of the apps. This in turn means your product will have a higher ROI and turn out more profitable.
Coming back to the Android SDK, it’s vital to mention that it’s open-source. This means that the entire development community is at your fingertips and all information is free from royalties, licensing and is equipped with the best technology framework. This is one of the main reasons the platform is so popular with manufacturers of mobile devices and TelCo players.
Since Android is on the first-name basis with Google and is an essential part of the giant’s many services, like the world’s most popular email service – Gmail currently owns 43% of the email service market share – Android apps are very easily integrated with social media and most of them give users the ability to log in through their Google, Facebook or Twitter accounts directly into the app.
The Internet gets smarter and faster, allowing us to connect and employ more and more devices to make our lives easier. The Internet of Things technology is opening doors for android app developers to create software that will help in industries such as healthcare, education, logistics and e-commerce. There is so much potential in wearables, interactive learning and smart cities that IoT is definitely one of the trends in android development in 2020.
The vitality of more and more services is now relying on the instant support the business provides. Chatbots are one of the top trends in software development as they lower the workload for humans, reduce the operational costs and optimize the support time. Since 56% of people would rather send a message than call customer service and 47% of consumers are open to buying items using a chatbot, this technology is definitely something worth looking into and hiring android developers.
AI and Machine learning are already a big part of our lives when we can say “Hey Google” and get information immediately, be it a recipe, driving directions, weather forecast or any specific information available on the interwebs. In 2020 the map of potential for android app developers is getting even larger – businesses need to analyze user behaviour and app interaction to make suggestions more precise and useful; social networks need to study user patterns to better algorithms they offer e-commerce businesses that help customer conversion rate, and entertainment platforms need to analyze the users’ preferences to offer similar experiences and keep the users on the app.
We often don’t even realize how much easier cloud space has made our digital lives. A lot is being invested in cloud technology because we as a species are accumulating digital content in exponential amounts. Mobile devices get an old fast while we use more connected devices simultaneously and want to keep all of our data at our fingertips. Many businesses choose to hire android app developers to ensure cloud support for their products and services.
Data privacy has become a big topic in this century. The more information we put on our devices, the bigger the risks of somebody unauthorised accessing it. This is why security has been a top priority for Android app developers and who they are constantly expected to implement stronger encryption of data and develop the never-ending security updates.
Another big trend for Android app development lies in the importance of customer service and the constant need for its improvement. On-demand apps are increasingly popular because they respond to customers’ immediate needs and help them navigate the everyday situations like choosing where to eat, what to order, how to get someplace or how to entertain oneself on a given day. These apps can analyze user’s locations, food preferences, health specifics and more, giving way to optimized and customized experiences.
Not only Qubit Labs simplifies the hiring process and Android app development outsourcing, but also frees you from routine hassles, such as workspace, retention, HR management, accounting and legal procedures, etc. Such business model allows you to concentrate on Android app development, and nothing more.
Together with our Android programmers you will build a detailed roadmap with tangible goals, strict timelines and budget frames. According to this plan, your new dedicated development team will start working on your unique app, using their talented minds and skills.
Don’t hesitate to get in touch for a chat about a tailored solution for you.