White-Label Applications: How to Sell More With the Same Effort
White-labeling your mobile app can be beneficial in certain cases. We share what it means and how it can help your business to lower costs, eliminate risks and attract more clients.
What’s a White-Label App?
Benefits of White Label Apps Approach for Different Parties
iOS+Android Native Apps from Scratch vs. White Label
The team with Geek-Solutions has delivered the full-cycle development services for the app operating with both iOS and Android featuring the complex back-end architecture. Subsequently, this app was reassembled and branded for different vendors several times. Our team sees huge savings in terms of costs and time comparing full-cycle and white-label development pipelines.
Back-end development - 2 devs for 6 months; iOS app - 2 devs for 2 months; Android app - 2 devs for 2.5 months; QA - 1 engineer for 1.5 months; bug-fixing - 1 back-end for 0.5 months, 1 iOS for 1 week, 1 Android for 2 weeks; delivery and UAT - 1 DevOps engineer for 1 week. 24 man-months approx. Total: 9 months duration.
Application clone deployment - 1 dev for 1 day, business rules reconfiguration - 1 dev for 1 day, iOS app rebranding - 1 dev for 3 days, Android app rebranding - 1 dev for 3 days, QA - 1 engineer for 4 days, deployment - 1 DevOps engineer for 1 week. 0.75 man-months approx. Total: 2 weeks duration.
This was a pretty unique case. It included a long and complex back-end development process, as well as a fast and easy reconfiguration. As a rule, we see the difference of no more than seven times between the two pipelines.
For OEM Developers
White Label Apps: Potential Bottlenecks You Should Consider
What’s Our Role in White-Label App Dev?