Flutter belongs to a new wave of cross platform frameworks. Along with React Native, it provides the long-awaited performance and user experience needed to deliver high quality results to our clients. After the first public release, we built multiple proofs of concept and decided that it’s ready to use it in production environments. We’ve now created a number of apps in this technology stack so we know its potential, as well as its limitations, but in summary, we’ve found that most business needs fit within Flutter’s capabilities.


The main uses of Flutter:

Cross Platform UI heavy apps, that rely on beautiful animations and custom designs

Prototype pitching apps

General purpose mobile apps, from simple ones to backend driven mobile products with web counterparts

01 Cross platform

Ability to share one codebase between iOS and Android

02 Custom drawing engine

- allowing you to create advanced UIs on both platforms without customization

03 Extensive widgets catalogue provided by Flutter team

- so we can bring product to the market fast, without relying on 3rd party libraries or writing everything from scratch


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"Similarly to React Native, Flutter uses one code for two platforms, saving on development time and cost. It also supports beautiful app UIs with smooth animations, and is perfect if you're looking to build an MVP."
Patryk Mierzejewski
Senior Mobile Developer

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