What We Do

We make performant Android apps. Our small but experienced team has built many top-selling apps on the market today. If your users are on Android, there's a good chance they've used apps our team has built.

Clean Builds

We can develop apps from scratch or replicate designs of your existing web or iPhone apps.

App Architecture

We provide advice for your team on app architecture, design patterns, and libraries to optimize performance.

Bug Fixes

Have an existing app with bugs? We can re-implement broken features and find the source of crashes.

Performance Tuning

We can optimize your existing app to improve speed and add new features.

Mobile Design

We can translate your ideas into developer-ready design documents.

Corporate Training

Have a great development team that wants to learn Android? We can teach both fundamentals and advanced aspects of the Android framework.

Why Work With Us

We're not the biggest name in Android in NYC,
but we believe we deliver the best products.

We love our clients

Whether your investors needed an MPV yesterday or you're fine tuning your production app for growth, we'll be there every step of the way.

Experience Matters

We've been working with Android (almost) since the day it was released. Whatever technical challenges you've got, we've probably solved them in a previous app.

Best Practices

We're always experimenting with new libraries and coding practices, and we use the latest and best-supported libraries available. This means your app will perform with the best.



Brian Plummer


With six years of experience building apps in New York, Brian's built apps for many of New York's most successful startups, including TimeHop, SquareSpace, Angie's List, Amplify, and Harvest. Recently, Brian's mastery of material design principles helped his team at the NY Times win a Material Design Award at Google I/O 2015. Brian earned a BS in Computer Science from Georgia Tech.


Mike Nakhimovich


With development experience in insurance, finance, media, and warehouse logistics, Mike's seen it all. He's most proud of his work on the NY Times Android team, where his team's rewrite of the news app cut startup time by two-thirds and earned the team a Webby nomination for Best Practices (Mobile & Web Apps). Mike studied Information Science and Technology at Penn State.

In the Community

We share what we've learned about new technologies and best practices with the Android community by blogging, presenting at meetups, and contributing to the open source community. Here's what we've done recently.

Performance Library

Featured in Android Weekly, TinyDancer is our open source library that offers a real-time, color-coded indicator of app scrolling speed in frames per second.

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This blog post outlines best practices and helpful libraries for reactive data flows in Android and was featured in Android Weekly.

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Reactive Programming

Presented at the NYC Java monthly meetup, this talk covers functional reactive programming using RxJava, a popular library for optimizine asynchronous operations.

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Dependency Injection

The basics of dependency injection using Dagger, a popular library, was the focus of this presentation, given at the NYC Google Developer Group.

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