Teak Mobile Inc.

Custom iPhone and iPad App Development

Custom iPhone and iPad development in Ontario, Canada.

I design and build native iPhone and iPad apps. Most of these are distributed through the App Store but in some cases they’re only used within a company, as a tool for sales people or to work with custom hardware. I’ve been building apps for over 3 years. I’ve done every part of the process myself: starting with initial concepts then designing the interface, writing code, and submitting apps to the Apple App Store. I’ve updated apps that haven’t been touched in years and done regular maintenance on apps with plans for progressively rolling out features.

Learn more about my services or contact me and we’ll schedule a time where we can discuss your business, your project, and how mobile apps can increase sales and customer satisfaction. I’m currently only able to take on well-defined, short-term projects as I’m on sabbatical with limited internet access.

ABOUT

  • Christina Moulton: iOS developer, Hobie cat sailor, devoted foodie, public speaking junkie, transplanted bluenose.
  • Resume

EXPERTISE

  • Custom iOS Apps
  • SOAP and RESTful API integration
  • Facebook and Twitter sharing
  • In App Purchase
  • Push Notifications
  • Geo-location and mapping integration
  • Custom UI components and UX design

PRESENTATIONS

Testimonials

Christina delivered a great iOS app on a very tight timeline. Not only did she deliver what was promised on time, she guided us through all aspects of iOS from UX design through to getting the app into the App Store, and even extras like Flurry, TestFlight, and UserVoice integration. It’s because of Christina’s expertise that we were able to launch on time with users loving the app from day 1.
I usually expect a few bugs in the first release, and was happily surprised that the app has now been in the store for 3 weeks and haven’t had anything reported. I highly recommend Christina for any iOS or other development work – she’s professional and gets the job done right!
Kareem Shehata, CTO at Dandy Kareem Shehata, CTO at Dandy

Christina is the perfect example of the difference between hiring someone who’s just good at what they do and someone who’s great at what they do. We worked with Christina on the mobile app Picture This and the results speak for themselves. In less than 30 days Christina produced an app still has some of our other developers mesmerized with how she produced such quality work in such a short period of time.
I couldn’t give Christina a stronger recommendation.
Matt Scobel, Founder and CEO at Dandy Matt Scobel, Founder and CEO at Dandy

Christina is one of the brightest people I have worked with. She has an uncanny ability to work both at the system level and deep into the code, bringing multi-disciplinary knowledge and skills to bear. She is an effective manager and solid team player, she works hard and delivers on schedule.
Dan Murray, President at DJM Consulting Dan Murray, President at DJM Consulting

Latest Posts

Idea to App Store: Step 5 Working With an App Developer

So you want a mobile app for your company but you don’t know how to get it built? In this series of posts I’ll tell you all about how you go from idea to App Store. We’ll cover all of the steps: from firming up your initial idea to finding an app developer to getting your app out to your clients.

Today we’ll talk about the fifth, working with a mobile app developer while your app is built.

Idea to App Store: Step 4 Engaging an App Developer

So you want a mobile app for your company but you don’t know how to get it built? In this series of posts I’ll tell you all about how you go from idea to App Store. We’ll cover all of the steps: from firming up your initial idea to finding a developer to getting your app out to your clients.

Today we’ll talk about the fourth step, engaging a developer.

Idea to App Store: Step 3 How to Find the Right App Developer

So you want a mobile app for your company but you don’t know how to get it built? In this series of posts I’ll tell you all about how you go from idea to App Store. We’ll cover all of the steps: from firming up your initial idea to finding a developer to getting your app out to your clients.

Today we’ll talk about the third step, finding the right app developer for your project.

Idea to App Store: Step 2 What Does Your App Do?

So you want a mobile app for your company but you don’t know how to get it built? In this series of posts I’ll tell you all about how you go from idea to App Store. We’ll cover all of the steps: from firming up your initial idea to finding a developer to getting your app out to your clients.

Today we’ll talk about the second step, designing your app. In other words, what exactly will your app do?

Should We Have an App for That? Value of Apps for Business

When people find out I create custom iPhone and iPad apps for business, their first question is always about what kind of apps I’ve created. If they have a lead role in a small or medium sized business, they’re usually curious how my clients determine that it is worth investing in app development.

Why Are All the Apps Free?

According to AppsFire, free apps now dominate Apple’s App Store. They speculate that the popularity of In-App Purchases is driving this shift. That’s probably not the whole story: while In-App Purchase remain a popular strategy to generate revenue after the customer appreciates the app, there are many other reasons to release a free app.

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Why Do Companies Release Free Mobile Apps

Monetization of mobile apps is a hot topic but most apps in the Apple App Store are free. While many of these apps use In-App Purchases to generate revenue after the customer has downloaded the app, there are other reasons to release a free app.