At NS804, our experienced team of developers and designers works hard to build high-quality native applications for both small and medium sized businesses. We pride ourselves on treating our clients as valued partners, always offering insight, revenue streams, and even ways to acquire users all while delivering quality code and beautiful designs.
Recently, our success was highlighted by Clutch, a ratings and review company out of Washington, D.C., in their annual research on the top app development companies in the greater D.C. and Baltimore area.
Clutch’s complex research methodology evaluates firms on various factors, including market presence, past work, proven ability to deliver, and more. Most importantly, Clutch analysts speak directly with current and past clients to conduct full-length phone reviews for each company’s Clutch profile. These verified reviews allow potential buyers a chance to fully research available service providers before choosing a company to work with.
So far, we are proud that our Clutch profile has received all positive reviews. We are confident that our team delivers successful and impressive products, and our Clutch reviews are proof of that.
You can read some excerpts from our happy clients below:
“NS804 was very genuine. Nick, in particular, was sincere and straight to the point. Upon telling him my situation, he helped me with my budget and provided feedback on the direction I should go. Essentially, Nick didn’t just take a paycheck, he actually gave me advice.”
“I’ve only had experience with two different companies in this business. NS804 is a 10/10 compared to the other one.”
“All of our beta testers and the other people who have seen the app loved the concept behind it, as well as its functionalities. At the end of the day, we accomplished the goals we set for the app. … [W]e are happy with NS804’s work.”
We look forward to growing our Clutch presence, and to bringing on more clients!
CEO and founder of NS804 Apps, an iOS and Android mobile app development company based in Henrico County
Best business decision: “When starting NS804 Apps, I decided to make it a goal to provide employment to the next generation. I strive to give recent college graduates the opportunity to work within a learning environment where they have the support needed to grow professionally and personally. The marketplace is tough and I believe, if given a chance, the younger generation will impress us.”
Mistake you learned the most from: “Missing our first deadline. Everyone in technology told me we would miss deadlines, but I was headstrong and committed that we never would. Unfortunately in coding iOS and Android mobile apps, there is no definitive timeline and everything is subject to change. We give our best estimate, and sometimes we miss. The first deadline we missed. I overworked my staff and myself working 16-hour days trying to hit the mark. This created poor morale among my team. I will not make that mistake again. We have built in some fail-safes to better accommodate and be more flexible when building mobile apps.”
CFO Sidekick is a mobile app that can track and analyze a business’ revenue, profitability and liquidity. It will also be able to store documents and let users communicate with each other, as well as offer daily tips on business practices and a glossary of accounting terms. Users must have an account with QuickBooks online to use the app.
Steiner created the product with the help of Nick Jones from local app development firm NS804Apps. During the six-month development process the two struck a deal that made Jones a minority partner in the venture.
Maybe Nick Jones can save your life.
He would rather not, mind you. Jones is hoping you will never need the enhanced-security app that his local mobile app development company, NS804, is working on.
Jones is collaborating with the app’s originator, Sahil Kedar, based in Charlotte, N.C.
NS804 project ProtectPro was recently featured on WTVR CBS 6 News.
ProtectPro enables you to record an event while at the same time allowing you to provide an emergency contact with your GPS location and a link to your video. If the situation requires emergency responders you can also call 911 from within the app.
Pictures/Videos/Events/Location remain on your phone. Your video is backed up to your Youtube account for future reference; but it is not made public so you have control over who gets to see it.
It’s hard to get most high school or college students to put their phones down.
“The way to get to them is to get inside their mobile devices,” said app developer Nick Jones.
“The concept is to take a movement that was started by former teammates at UVA, to be able to bridge that with non-athletic people and college students,” Jones said.