Mobile App Developers in Edinburgh
Nebula Labs offers mobile app development in Edinburgh. We are specialist mobile app developers working with companies in Edinburgh, developing native iOS apps and Android apps. We also offer hybrid mobile app development in Edinburgh, developing mobile apps that work across both mobile platforms.
Nebula Labs offers Mobile App Development, scalable Platform Development, and Bespoke Software Development with a unique engineering-driven approach
We develop highly scalable platforms – known by the industry standard term APIs – either individually, as web-based applications, or alongside mobile apps to allow for cloud-based data storage.
We work with startups based in Edinburgh and investors investing in Edinburgh to build MVP mobile apps, web platforms and scalable APIs to allow them to prove their concept, gain traction, revenue, and create a strong mandate for further investment if required.
We work with SMEs based in Edinburgh to build innovative mobile apps, web platforms and database-driven dashboards to allow them to transform their business, improve their processes, take advantage of the Big Data revolution and Artificial Intelligence, and gain a competitive advantage as we enter the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
How can we help you turn your ideas into reality?
Our Areas of Expertise
At Nebula Labs, we believe that it's important to focus on specific areas of expertise, rather than take a jack of all trades approach. Thanks to this, as a client, you can be sure that we're experts in delivering highly scalable systems in these areas - rather than being generalists in all.
As well as complementing the work we've carried out already, these areas have been highlighted by Dynamo North East, Newcastle University's Digital Institute and the UK Government's Industrial Strategy as high-growth sectors of the future.
Whilst these are our areas of specialist focus, we're always extremely eager to discuss projects in new and emerging spaces, so please do get in touch even if your project doesn't fit directly in the areas below.