Should I develop an App for iOS or Android first?

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Yo Kass answered

I think it depends on a number of factors:

Which primary development kit are you more familiar with, Java (Android) or Objective-C (Mac)?

Android has more users on its devices, but Apple have a loyal following and all the cutting edge apps in terms of design, user experience and concept are always iOS first.

Android is often considered a more challenging platform to build for, whereas iOS has a tidy framework (Cocoa touch) based on years of expert Mac development.

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Karl Sagan answered

It doesn't really matter if you will be releasing the app for the second platform a but later. Anyways, I think that it's a better idea to develop for both platforms at the same time. You can use https://doit.software/ to hire devs if you don't have enough workforce for this kind of project.

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