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Find someone to develop your app

You can’t just hand your app idea over to anyone. Creative rights aren’t always easy to prove, and someone could steal your app right out from under you. Additionally, you might put your app in the hands of a developer with inadequate skills and the intention to take you for every penny you have. It’s tempting to use freelancers from another country for a discounted rate, but frustration and failure are more than likely in your future if you do so.

When Mike Lomovitz, a marketer and entrepreneur, came up with the idea for an app, he hired a developer from Elance. Unfortunately, his contractor acted unprofessionally and required extra fees along the way, making the whole process a difficult experience.

“I paid a developer to build an app I designed, and he did just that,” he wrote in a blog post for The Next Web. “In many ways, you could say that I accomplished my mission.  However, the frustration that went along with the process, dealing with someone on a completely opposite schedule, and constant battling over the nitty-gritty left me feeling like I should learn how to do it myself.”

Many have expressed the same frustration when working with a freelancer, although this is not always the case. Freelancers can act with professionalism and deliver an excellent product, but it’s hard to know exactly what you’re getting when you make that hire.

Unless you’re sure you’ll have a good experience, it’s better to go with an app design and development agency with experience and proven professionalism. You can read plenty of widespread reviews for such an organization, view the apps they’ve made before, and trust that such a successful business will have a high-quality control and customer service guarantee.

Creative27 is a very popular option for app development right now. They were named digital agency of the year for their work with both startups and Fortune 500 companies. They’ve partnered with Samsung, BBC Worldwide, Screen Actor’s Guild, Univision, Westfield, and more.

By selecting an agency like Creative27, you can take a look at their gallery, read hundreds of testimonials about their work, and make sure you’re getting your money’s worth out of your partnership.