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Hourly - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Looking for someone to design a basic interface for a messaging app. Please contact with estimates of how many hours it would take to design an app interface similar to GroupMe/Hinge/What's App. Looking to hire someone out of the US.

Fixed-Price - Est. Budget: $ 150 Posted
I want to create an app for a group book reading. The objective is to allow people to get together to read an entire cycle (150 chapters) and in real time know which chapters have been done and which still need to be read. It will have 150 chapters of text (the chapters will be available in two language options) - this will be a PDF that I want to have uploaded into a nice reader friendly app format. Each chapter needs to be accessed individually. At the bottom of each chapter there needs to be a button that says "this chapter has been completed" - then it'll be reflected so that no one else needs to read that chapter. The home page needs to have the following options: 1) start new cycle - public vs private 2) join a public cycle 3) join a private group - search group name The app should have the capability to invite others from your phonebook to a group or ideally on facebook (but maybe that'll be a later addition). I like clean simplistic designs. To view a similar...

Hourly - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
My client, a large municipal agency, would like to develop a tablet based system to track maintenance for his facilities. The tablet form will have about 15 line items. He would like to track these maintenance items geographically, wants it integrated with a GIS mapping system. As I understand the task, sounds very simple, but this is not my core business at all. We do a lot of work for this client so I would like to do this for him. I am looking for someone who has experience developing tablet based systems with GIS mapping functions. You will be the primary point of contact with my client so you need to be personable and present well. Probably not a big job but if we do a good job could lead to more down the road. My client wants it tablet based so hopefully you have experience in both Ipad & Android.

Hourly - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
Red Labs is seeking an experienced Lead Software Engineer to join our amazing Android Development team. We are looking for a highly skilled and passionate lead/senior developer - someone who loves coding and building systems & apps for Android and it shows. Are you hungry? Do you want to grow? Come work with our team and make the dream come true! About Red Labs Red Labs is a mobile development firm that specializes in Android & iOS development. We currently have offices in Los Angeles, New York, Europe, and St. Thomas, USVI. We are a young, fast paced company looking for innovative and creative people. We are dedicated to seeing their vision become a reality. Responsibilities - Design, build and maintain our Android apps with a team of engineers - Remain up-to-date with the latest technologies - Help maintain code quality, organization, and automatization - Work to implement and maintain features for our internal platform - Develop major areas of back-end functionality...

Fixed-Price - Est. Budget: $ 100 Posted
I am looking for android programmer who is willing to create and publish a game for android platform. I am a graphic designer and I am going to provide all the graphic resources needed. Its going to be a simple endless runner with some unique features. In app purchases are also to be implemented. Here is the example how the game is supposed to look like: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XXuBPOMgeSk Cheers, Ivan

Hourly - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
Apply if you have experience creating native apps in iOS & Android, and integrating API's into mobile apps Below is a brief, high-level description of the application. I can provide detailed mocks/wireframes if you are the right person for this project. Needed: Mobile matchmaking application for iOS and Android. A first time user creates a profile by authenticating with Facebook API and LinkedIn API. Small amount of data is grabbed from each API to make up the profile. The user sets a few additional profile fields not associated with the APIs to complete the profile. Once the profile is created, the user has the ability to filter for profiles they want to be 'matched' with. Once the filters are set, the user plays a 'tinder-like' game to find like profiles and start a conversation. **MUST: have experience creating mobile apps, taking wireframes and turning them into software, communicating with clients, use professional software development methodologies and mobile...

Fixed-Price - Est. Budget: $ 1,500 Posted
Looking for a mobile app developer that can also create a nice-looking app. The app is to function as a mobile business card. I'd need design and sharing capabilities. Minimum requirements include: -Someone who can both program the app and design the UI -Someone with at least 300 hours on UpWork -Someone who takes pride in their work and can provide a polished-looking product -Someone who speaks English very well Please reply with any examples you could provide of your work - both of programming and design. I'll provide additional details regarding the app concept in my response to you. I'm looking to have this done quickly but also with design that's both user-friendly and very functional. Thanks, Luke

Fixed-Price - Est. Budget: $ 100 Posted
I have an existing app (in git) that has been around for a while. It was developed using Eclipse. Loading it into Android Studio results in quite a few errors. It last used API 18. It uses Action Bar Sherlock. At a glance it looks like Action Bar Sherlock is no longer needed, and collides with the new built-in backward compatible library. What I need done is... 1) load the existing app into Android Studio 2) get it building and running 3) check in the new project code (Android Studio is going to reorganize things?) 4) verify that all the configuration is also checked in (so another developer can just check it out, open it up, and build) If this all goes well, phase 2 would be... 5) upgrade to the latest API if appropriate 6) retire Action Bar Sherlock (if that wasn't already required for phase 1) 7) upgrade any of the other 3rd party libraries used (an rss library for instance)