Cutting Edge Mobile and Web Solutions


AppUnite is a software development company that specializes in creating highly-usable applications for Android, iOS and web apps in Elixir and Phoenix, React, Vue.js.

Our partners range from early-stage startups to internationally recognized brands. We use the latest and the greatest technology in combination with an optimized agile approach to create applications that are being used by millions.

Our awards and accomplishments  - Clutch Leader Award as one of the Top Software Development Companies in the category of Web Development and Top B2B company in Poland; Forbes Diamonds 2020; Financial Times FT1000 ranking for fastest-growing companies in Europe.

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$25 - $49 / hr
10 - 49
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Poznan, Poland


Key clients: 

Starbucks, Zumba, Oath,, fromAtoB, PETA, TechCrunch, Leo Burnett, Layer  

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Solo Vendor - mobile ordering platform

Solo Vendor wanted to revolutionize the way customers order beverages and snacks at the mass events. The crucial factor that was all around the project was time. Our partner needed fast and professional help in delivering the product to the market.

We bootstraped project in no-time and developed MVP within 5 weeks. Due to internal flexibility, we were able to answer the needs of a client with our experienced,

self-organizing team who worked with client as one team.

See more of AppUnite's success stories:

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Tahmeel - the freight app built for the logistics industry

Tahmeel is an application that connects and facilitates the daily work done by freight drivers and shippers. The software allows user to instantly book a load pickup, haul, estimate pricing and provide payment.

Complete case study:

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Tally - dating application for iOS

Tally is one of a new-wave dating applications. Instead of focusing on the most visual aspects of each person (like the profile photo), it focuses on the “inside”, by changed information structure covered by a different, unique user interface and a set of features. We helped to make Tally happen by creating a product from the ground up including not just designs but also user paths, flows and general user experience.

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Helium Health - medical facilities management software

Y Combinator 2017 top 50 - Nigeria’s electronic/data-driven healthcare system for healthcare facilities to go digital using simple and instant platform!

Complete case study: 

Jazeera Paints - website and e-commerce development for web and mobile Image

Jazeera Paints - website and e-commerce development for web and mobile

Jazeera Paints, one of the biggest paint manufacturers in the Middle East, wanted to expand their business and give customers the possibility to purchase products via e-commerce platform built-in to the company's website. They were looking for a partner who will not only take care of the development but also help them solve the problems that blocked their business growth. Our job was to plan and execute the redesign and

development of the new website with complex e-commerce solution and dedicated CMS panel where the client could change every single piece of information and upload the chosen ones to the web page and/or to the mobile application (iOS and Android). The result was fully functional, a brand new website with iOS and Android applications and e-commerce platform with visualizer where the customers had the possibility to personalize the chosen interior with the colors they were interested in.

Complete case study:

ZIN Play by Zumba - music playlist creator

Zumba is one of the biggest fitness companies in the world. They approached AppUnite in need of developing new mobile applications for Zumba instructors. More at

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fromAtoB - journey planner for Android

FromAtoB lets you compare and book trips with free travel app, and choose from a vast number of train, bus, flight and carpooling providers. You can find surprisingly affordable offers, including special deals.

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TechCrunch Disrupt - Android and iOS apps for "Disrupt" event attendees

Native Android and iOS apps for TechCrunch Disrupt event attendees to connect with and message other attendees, view the agenda, get alerts, and more!

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OPNR - music platform to connect musicians to concert organizers

OPNR goal is to connect independent musicians to concert organizers through streamline opening set search and bookings.

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Development for Mobile Messaging Software Company

"They really tried to understand what we were doing and what we were looking for."

Willing to refer: 
The Project
$10,000 to $49,999
Aug. 2016 - Ongoing
Project summary: 

AppUnite was hired to help develop and test an existing mobile messaging platform.

The Reviewer
11-50 employees
Montreal, Canada Area
VP Business Operations, Mobile Messaging Software Company
The Review
Feedback summary: 

Overall, the client was happy with the work that AppUnite did. They proved to be cost-effective, intuitive and were able to successfully work with other parties the company was also outsourcing to. 

A Clutch analyst personally interviewed this client over the phone. Below is an edited transcript.


Introduce your business and what you do there.

My company is a mobile messaging and marketing platform software company. We developed a platform for brands and enterprises to engage with their audiences, and social users to engage with their friends and family.

My role is business operations and business development. I also focus on support in some of our recruiting, human resources, and staffing needs.


What challenge were you trying to address with AppUnite?

Originally, we had two levels. On a more tactical front, we had a specific problem with one of the features within our messaging platform and they were a company that had done historical work in that category. On a broader scale, we were looking to get resources on board quickly that would have a certain degree of support. We had a mix of staff that were independent contractors, mostly home-based developers, which goes either way - you get some very good, and you get some not so consistent people when you do that. AppUnite fit the need of really getting a developer on board within an environment that we knew was structured and also with having a background from a company that has shown some results in the area we are looking to get some help in.


What was the scope of their involvement?

We’ve taken a different approach with AppUnite, and that’s one reason why we like them. They were very flexible. So we have taken on board one Android developer specifically, and the purpose is that the role he plays is really as a developer, almost as if he’s part of our team. In the background, there’s a bit of support from AppUnite, and AppUnite has offered to do more but we have not engaged in a full turnkey solution with AppUnite at this point.

How much have you invested with AppUnite?

I think a good way to describe it is relative to what we were paying North American staff; it’s about less than half. It’s probably $10,000 to $50,000.

What is the status of this engagement?

We started in August of this year.


Could you share any evidence that would demonstrate the productivity, quality of work, or the impact of the engagement?

I would say things turned out better than we expected originally because we were sort of looking for a mid-level developer but the developer from AppUnite is taking on a bit of a senior role. In terms of output, we have some complicated geo-location features within our app and he’s helped as part of the team, not on his own, to find solutions.

How did AppUnite perform from a project management standpoint?

We’re probably making it a bit difficult for them because we have one resource and we haven’t engaged a broader team there, but they’re still quite proactive. They do weekly or bi-weekly calls to check out and make sure everything is going well. The management people sort of want to be involved if there’s a problem, so they can help address it. We had some communication hiccups in the beginning which they jumped on right away and improved.

What did you find most impressive about AppUnite?

I think being more on the commercial side is what really drove this. They really tried to understand what we were doing and what we were looking for. When we started to expand our resource needs and gave them a chance, we needed them to meet a certain requirement in order to take a look at it, and they did. I thought they reacted quite well. I’m sure other agencies would do the same things, but maybe not as well. I thought their approach was very professional and now it continues to be. There is potential that we’re going to expand our agreement with them, but we have nothing firm at this point. We’re actually quite pleased that they’re effectively working with a competing agency but working with them very well.

Are there any areas AppUnite could improve?

I think the one thing I would probably look at is we had to sort of structure what we ultimately agreed on with them. We sort of pushed them into the direction of the agreement we have now. It would’ve helped if they had come to us with those options earlier. Truthfully, we may have engaged with them earlier had they done that. But in the end, we had to sort of form the model and say, “This is what we’re looking for. If you can meet this, this, and this, we can move forward or we can consider moving forward.” So it was after we gave them instructions that they turned it around.

Overall Score For the quality of their work, they’re pretty cost competitive.
  • 4.0 Scheduling
    Only because they don’t independently own the timeline. They have to work in tandem with the other groups, which are outside of their control. So I think, overall, this sort of ad hoc team we have is at that level regarding performance.
  • 4.5 Cost
    Value / within estimates
    The reason is because they are the most cost effective out of the three parties we have and they are actually performing probably slightly better than the other partners.
  • 4.0 Quality
    Service & deliverables
    The reason is we do have other agencies to compare them with, and I think they’re falling short across the board. In terms of getting the deliverables done in a “fast enough” way, we consider 4 pretty good. But there’s definitely room to improve.
  • 5.0 NPS
    Willing to refer
    With a similar project, definitely. For something in the messaging space, I think we would. It would be highly dependent on the project.

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