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Here are some of the reasons why Titanium has captured the interest of mobile developers and is the choice for more than 70,000 mobile applications:
Range of mobile devices: An efficient cross platform framework like Titanium allows developers to create apps that can reach many different devices within the same schedule of development. Using the SDK provided by Titanium, they would have the ability to use native APIs of many different environments, including iOS, Android, Blackberry and Windows. This means that their app would be available to a large range of devices, at the same time eliminating the waiting time for an Android user to get an app from iOS or vice-versa.
Focused development: Development in one language can be performed in a more focused manner, as compared to having to gain that same level of expertise in many languages and environments. The Titanium Studio IDE helps to improve productivity by enabling a fast development, testing and publishing schedule across the different environments. Using SDK to develop your mobile applications might prove to be as much as 20% faster than writing in the native language or APIs. It also helps that SDK offers more efficient code modules that means that you need to write less code to create apps that are easily scalable as well.
Reduction of costs: Some factors that lead to a saving in cost when choosing to develop using Titanium include:
Faster time to market: With the amount of competition in the mobile app market, there is a great sense of urgency in the development cycle. It is not enough to just think of a niche idea for an app, but also ensure that it gets to the user or customer as fast as possible. The combined advantage of some of the above mentioned factors is that your app would reach the market up to 60% faster with Titanium, compared to developing with different timelines for different versions based on mobile environments.
As you can download the Titanium SDK and IDE free or charge, you can try it out for yourself before making up your mind. Once you are convinced that it is the right resource for your project, you could then choose to opt for the paid features on offer.