Create beautiful, multi-platform apps from a single codebase with Flutter

Reduce your expenses, speed up
time-to-market, and outpace competitors!

Team options

Choose the right team for your project

Basic Team Setup

5 team members: 2 Flutter Devs, 1 Scrum Master,
1 QA Engineer, and 1 Business Analyst

€35,000 / $39,000

per month

    Extended Team Setup

    7 team members: Basic team setup + 1 UX/UI Designer
    and 1 Backend Developer

    €59,000 / $65,000

    per month

      Please note: we will choose the final team for your project based both on a detailed interview with you and a thorough analysis of your needs.

      Flutter is an open source framework for creating
      beautiful, natively compiled, multi-platform apps from
      a single codebase
      . It's designed by Google.

      Key advantages of Flutter

      Speed and quality, with no compromise? Now it's possible

      Single code, many apps

      Single code, many apps

      Developers write a single codebase for apps that run on many platforms - iOS, Android, and more!



      Creating only one codebase minimizes development costs while maximizing productivity

      Fast time-to-market

      Fast time-to-market

      With just one codebase, less testing and a rich, customizable widget library, you'll get your app launched in no time

      Competitive edge

      Competitive edge

      Launching your app faster gives you a competitive edge - get feedback from your users and respond to their needs rapidly



      As your user base or feature set will grow, your Flutter app can effortlessly evolve along with your business needs

      Stable & reliable

      Stable & reliable

      Flutter is supported by Google, trusted by well-known brands and maintained by a community of global devs

      Customizable design

      Customizable design

      With Flutter's rich, customizable widget library, you can quickly turn your creative vision into a beautiful app design

      Great look & feel

      Great look & feel

      Apps made with Flutter deliver a seamless, native-like performance, leading to great user experience

      Consistent UX/UI

      Consistent UX/UI

      Your app looks and behaves the same across all platforms, because it's created with a single codebase!

      Our clients' success stories

      Flutter apps make a difference


      250% higher user return rate vs web

      👉 Our story

      At Nice To Fit You (NTFY), we aim to deliver delicious and healthy meals straight to our clients' doors. A while back, we developed a native mobile app enabling our clients to manage their diets easily. As our business grew, we sought to develop our app further.

      👉 Solution

      We concluded that the most efficient approach would be to rebuild our application from scratch using Flutter. Why? Having a single cross-platform app enables us to reduce maintenance costs and further app development. We partnered with Droids On Roids - an expert in Flutter app development. And it was a bullseye!

      👉 Success

      Droids On Roids guided us in building the best product in its category. The NTFY app won 1st place in the Mobile Trends Awards' Foodtech category!

      What's more, our Flutter app has a huge impact on our business:

      • 250% higher user return rate vs web
      • 50% higher conversion rate vs web
      • 70% of all orders are made through the app

      Numbers don't lie. With the power of Flutter, we've created a top-notch app. That's more than we expected.

      Artur Zasztowt
      Artur Zasztowt
      NTFY, R&D Director


      On time and within a limited budget

      👉 Our story

      We founded GreenR a few years ago as an environmental startup with the goal of creating a climate-focused lifestyle app featuring a carbon footprint calculator. After receiving funding from the UK government, we could bring our project to life.

      👉 Solution

      Thanks to Flutter and the expertise of Droids On Roids, we stayed within our budget and met our deadlines.

      👉 Success

      Furthermore, in 2023, GreenR secured an additional £343,000 in funding from Innovate UK. With such support, we can accelerate our growth and expand our application – which, thanks to Flutter, is a breeze.

      For businesses striving to evolve, Flutter is an ideal solution. It simplifies further app development and reduces costs compared to maintaining two native apps.

      Gabrielle Bourret-Sicotte
      Gabrielle Bourret-Sicotte
      Greenr Technologies, Co-Founder


      Optimize further development and minimize its cost

      👉 Our story

      At SRX, a cloud-based software solution, we connect the entire supply chain, from suppliers to customers. One of our clients is Rockwell I.C. We initially developed native mobile apps to enhance the usability and efficiency of our supply chain management process. However, as our company grew, we aimed to optimize further app development and minimize costs.

      👉 Solution

      That led us to the decision to rewrite our app from scratch using Flutter technology. We partnered with Droids On Roids to rebuild our company's mobile channel. Our goal was to create an app that expands our wholesale distributor base, increases the number of end customers, and helps us break into new markets.

      👉 Success

      We're satisfied with our choice. With Flutter, leveraged by experts at Droids On Roids, we save time and money without compromising on the quality of our mobile product. What's more, everything about Droids On Roids is extraordinary. It all starts with their ability to LISTEN and ask questions that elicit the needed information. They give feedback where it is needed, but they focus on designing the solution that's in your head, not theirs.

      Reed Zupancic
      Reed Zupancic
      Storeroom Logix, Vice President of Development


      Basic knowledge about Flutter at your fingertips

      Flutter is an open-source, cross-platform technology created by Google. It is used to develop applications for Android, iOS, Linux, Mac, Windows, and other platforms from a single codebase.

      The goal of Flutter is to enable developers to deliver high-performance apps that feel natural on different platforms. It's known for its fast development, expressive and flexible UI, and close-to-native performance.

      Flutter was first released in 2018 and has been gaining popularity since then.

      These days, it is the most popular cross-platform mobile framework used by global developers, according to Statista.[1]

      A Flutter app is an application built using Flutter, a framework created by Google.

      Flutter is an open-source, cross-platform technology that enables developers to build natively compiled applications for mobile, web, and desktop from a single codebase. This means that developers can use the same code to create an app for Android, iOS, web and desktop.

      It's worth noting, that Flutter as a framework is designed in such a way that, with enough effort, a Flutter project can be built to run on any platform, including embedded systems, such as those in cars, refrigerators, thermostats, etc.

      This is a huge advantage for businesses planning to enter the market with hardware solutions. For example, a company developing smart home solutions might initially create an app for controlling devices in the home. Once the app gains traction, they might also manufacture a dedicated physical device that retains the same functionality, UI, and UX.

      Flutter app development is the process of building applications using Flutter, a UI toolkit created by Google. This framework enables developers to write code once and deploy it on multiple platforms, such as Android, iOS, and the web.

      It's known for its efficient development, expressive and flexible UI, and native-like performance.

      Flutter is primarily used for developing applications for mobile, web, and desktop platforms from a single codebase. Here are some specific uses:

      1. Mobile app development: Flutter is widely used for developing natively compiled applications for both iOS and Android from a single codebase. It reduces the effort needed to maintain two separate codebases and ensures a consistent UX across platforms.
      2. Embedding in existing apps: If you have an existing Android or iOS app and want to add new features, you can use Flutter for those new sections.
      3. Rewriting native apps: If you have native apps where development and maintenance are costly, rewriting them in Flutter would be an effective solution. This will allow you to optimize further development of your product and lower its costs.
      4. Prototyping and MVPs: Because of its "hot reload" feature and single codebase, Flutter can be a good choice for rapid prototyping and creating Minimum Viable Products (MVPs) quickly.

      Dart is a programming language for multi-platform app development. Dart is free, open source and supported by Google.

      What's more:

      • Dart provides the language and runtimes that power Flutter apps, but Dart also supports many core developer tasks like formatting, analyzing, and testing code.
      • Dart is designed to allow Flutter developers to integrate with native high-performance SDKs easily.

      The list of companies that have trusted Flutter for mobile app development is impressive and still growing. To name just a few: BMW, Google Pay, eBay, Nubank, Alibaba Group, iRobot, Toyota, Crédit Agricole, and Tencent. See more here.

      Flutter is a framework used by developers to create applications that run on multiple platforms.

      This technology will be a good choice for any app owner focused on cost optimization, shortening development time, and maintaining the highest product quality.

      Flutter will be a particularly good choice if:

      • you want to create applications for two or more platforms,
      • and these applications have mostly the same features on each platform.

      The key advantages of Flutter are:

      • Cross-platform development: With Flutter, you can use a single codebase to create apps for multiple platforms, including Android, iOS, and the web.
      • Speedy development: Flutter's "hot reload" feature allows developers to see the effects of their changes in real-time, which further speeds up the app development process.
      • High performance: Flutter apps run smoothly and deliver a native-like performance, ensuring a great UX.
      • Customizable UI: Flutter has a rich, customizable widget library that enables devs to build visually appealing and user-friendly interfaces.
      • Cost-effectiveness: By enabling you to maintain a single codebase for multiple platforms, Flutter reduces development and maintenance costs.

      Flutter's hot reload feature helps developers quickly and easily experiment, build UIs, add features and fix bugs. It works by seamlessly injecting updated source code files into a running instance of the app.

      Once the VM refreshes classes with the updated versions of fields and functions, the Flutter framework automatically rebuilds the widget tree. This enables devs to view the effects of their changes quickly. See more.

      Flutter makes programming fast for several reasons:

      1. Hot reload feature: This allows developers to see changes they make in the code almost instantaneously in the app, significantly speeding up the development process.
      2. Single codebase: With Flutter, developers don't have to write separate code for each platform, which saves time.
      3. Reusable widgets: Flutter comes with a rich set of customizable widgets that can be reused (widgets are the building blocks of every Flutter UI). This speeds up the development process as developers don't have to recreate these elements every time.
      4. Clear and Expressive Syntax: Dart, the language used in Flutter, has a straightforward and expressive syntax. This means that the way you write code in Dart is straightforward and easy to understand, which simplifies and accelerates the coding process.
      5. Faster code review: Since there's just one codebase to check, the code review process is much faster and more efficient compared to checking separate codebases for different platforms.