Snapmobile is a mobile App development platform that helps to build and design mobile apps within 4 weeks for a flat fee. From startup tech companies who need a minimum viable product affordably and quickly, to enterprises who need to rapidly prototype innovative products, they provide the broader marketplace with affordable, timely and beautifully-designed mobile apps that change the possibilities of business communication. They’ve taken their collective knowledge of mobile best practices and built a platform that allows them to design and build iOS and Android apps for clients within weeks – as opposed to months – all for a flat build fee and monthly usage fee. Through their unique process, they enable businesses of all sizes to build and iterate upon mobile technology that is critical to their success quickly and affordably.
Andy Mack & Brandon Passley, founded SnapMobile in Chicago in March of 2015. Their CEO and Co-Founder, Andy , previously was the head of business development and sales at Vokal, a mobile app development agency in Chicago. He was one of the first employees and helped it grow from under 4 employees to nearly 70. Prior to this, Andy was heavily involved in the trade show space. Their CTO and Co-Founder, Brandon, has founded and run 4 companies, including Vokal, in the mobile app development space. While at Vokal, Brandon started Mobile Makers Academy, a bootcamp and training program that teaches iOS and Swift development.After many years of building custom products for clients, they started to see a pattern: Despite the fact that the feature set and functionality for most mobile apps is very similar, each one is typically built custom, from scratch. Their ‘ah ha’ moment occurred when they decided to compare similarities across all the mobile products they had built, consolidate the best practices they learned over the years, and use this to build a backend-as-a-service platform. By developing from this platform, or ‘engine,’ they can build mobile products in a fraction of the time it would take to build them custom.