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QBurst has been developing Android applications for clients right from the time Google launched the open source operating system.
Over the years, our developers have become conversant with the APIs offered by the Android SDK. Interfacing with the phone through the SDK, we deliver applications that can access device sensors such as camera, accelerometer, gyrometer, magnetometer, light sensors and exchange data via Bluetooth or near field communication.
Our expertise in Android app development is best illustrated in the apps we have built. Be it web services integration, OAuth authorization, push messaging, augmented reality, social network integration, real time navigation and user interaction, background processing, or data syncing with remote database; our team has built applications that integrate and utilize all of these.
The application uses GPS to locate customers or nearby businesses and integrates with social media sites to enable customers to share experiences.
This Android app provides a visually rich and realistic demonstration of new car models from outside as well as inside. The virtual three dimensional experience is created using 3D-Augmented Reality and OpenGL.
Book taxis, chauffeur-driven vehicles, executive cars, or SUVs from anywhere. Our solution offered automated dispatch management to the client’s fleet of drivers allowing passengers to book a pick-up from anywhere.
Developed for a medical research unit, the app records and displays breathing patterns of patients. It runs on Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and communicates with hardware components via Bluetooth.
Developed for a leading Puerto Rican media group, this app keeps users updated with the latest world and local news, cinemas, lottery results and even weather. Content is delivered in multiple languages with an option to view daily news as a visual brief.