Top App Developers Poland

Alberto Furlan

In Uncategorized. February 3, 2016


Top App Developers Poland

Poland’s mobile app development market, which has too often only been used to “outsource” skills, is growing very quickly and has an increasingly excellent choice of its own studios, featuring top-end talent, UX/UI designers, strategists and testers.

The companies below are all founded or have offices in Poland, and are the cream of the crop when it comes to mobile app development, having worked with some of the largest global enterprises to extremely successful startups.

We’ve selected a number of studios to suit all kinds of budgets and app types, but really all these companies are proven in their sector and offer a wide range of technological skills. The criteria we used to choose them are:

  • Main Activity: The main avenues of activity of the company, such as straight-up coding, UX/UI design, branding and others.
  • Industry Focus: Previous experience with companies and the sectors in which they operate.
  • Client Size: The size of the companies they usually deal with
  • Company Size: So you know how many people you’ll be dealing with
  • Key Clients: The biggest and best-known clients of the developer, generally large enterprises.
  • Avg. Hourly Rate: A range of rates you might expect to pay for development of your app and other services

In no particular order of skill, here are the best app developers in Poland, 2015.



Ready4S have worked with start-ups and huge enterprises likes Coca-Cola and La Roche, and started their story  five years ago when they created the first Polish apartment booking site. Since then they’ve gone from strength to strength, developing more than 50 mobile apps for clients across Europe and increasing their staff from three to 32 people. As well as great development and design, they’ve also begun an outsourcing foundation, striving to popularise quality Polish outsourcing in the world.

  • Main Activity: Mobile App Development (95%)
  • Industry Focus: Education (60%)
  • Client Size: Midmarket (60%)
  • Company Size: 10-49
  • Key Clients: Coca Cola, La Roche
  • Avg. Hourly Rate: $50-$100

Ready4s – Mobile Apps for Business





Eleks are a highly diversified company: they provide mobile apps but also mobile software for enterprises, back-end and data-science solutions and QA testing, to name a few things. They tend to work with larger companies, have developed a wearable app to connect the Apple Watch to the Tesla, and are one of the bigger and older companies in this list, numbering at around 900 employees and having been founded in 1991.

  • Main Activity: Enterprise Software Development (33%), Mobile App Development (26%)
  • Industry Focus: eCommerce and Productivity (both 20%)
  • Client Size: Enterprise (56%)
  • Company Size: 250-1000
  • Key Clients: Autodesk,, Eagle Investment System
  • Avg. Hourly Rate: $50 – $99

Awaken the Force with Kinect and Sphero





nomtek has offices in Poland and the UK and is the company behind the popular Yelp local business review app. Founded in 2009, they develop for both iOS and Android natively, and deliver the full range of services ranging from design to QA testing and maintenance. As well as their distinguished list of clients, they’ve also partnered with companies likes Intel and Deutsche Telekom. They tend to work with mostly large enterprises, but have done some work with smaller businesses.

  • Main Activity: Mobile App Development (80%)
  • Industry Focus: IT (30%), Media and Utilities (15%)
  • Client Size: Enterprise (50%), Midmarket (45%)
  • Company Size: 10-49
  • Key Clients: Yelp, Institute of Food Research
  • Avg. Hourly Rate: $25-$50

How do we build quality apps by nomtek





Polidea deliver the full range of app development phases, from UX/UI design to development, manual and automatic testing as well as hardware and backend integration. They’ve also dabbled in wearable apps and the internet of things, the former making up about one fifth of their work. From larger companies like Phillips to smaller projects such as the NAMU banking app, their portfolio has covered a large number of skillsets and industry sectors.

  • Main Activity: Mobile App Development (45%), Wearable apps and UX/UI Design (both 20%)
  • Industry Focus: 
  • Client Size:
  • Company Size: 10-49 
  • Key Clients: Phillips, HP
  • Avg. Hourly Rate: $50 – $99

Peercisely, made by Polidea



The Software House


The Software House is one of those companies that doesn’t just offer mobile app development; they also do strategy and business consultancy, advising you on how to best market and target your app. While they have a particular fondness of start-ups, they know what it takes to work for larger business and their portfolio of work shows that. Since their foundation in 2012, they’ve grown to nearly 50 people and were even nominated as one of the best Polish app developers by PR Newswire.

  • Main Activity: Web Development (50%), Mobile App Development (20%)
  • Industry Focus: Transportation, Telecoms, IT and Financial Services (all 20%)
  • Client Size: Midmarket (50%)
  • Company Size: 50 – 249
  • Key Clients: Citroën, PAAY, Ayton Caldwell
  • Avg. Hourly Rate: $25-50

Esky, one of Europe’s largest online holiday-booking services




Droids On Roids


Droids On Roids is an energetic iOS and Android development team with over 50 applications under its belt since it was founded in 2011. Having worked for Nestlè and Unilever, their portfolio speaks volumes on their skills, covering everything from online storage portals to chat clients, games and social media. They also do a good deal of consulting and formulation of business and marketing strategy to deliver everything a business needs for their jump into the mobile world.

  • Main Activity: Mobile App Development (70%)
  • Industry Focus: 
  • Client Size: 
  • Company Size: 10-50
  • Key Clients: Nestlè, Unilever
  • Avg. Hourly Rate: $25 – $49



Atmosphere Apps


Atmosphere Apps have 15 years of experience in software and app development, much like other companies on this list offer all the services in the app development cycle, and also have a presence in Florida, USA . With 150+ apps under their belt, for more than 2 million downloads, they’ve done GPS, mobile payments, social media, events booking and others, all natively for both iOS and Android.

  • Main Activity: Mobile App Development (50%), UX/UI Design, Mobile App Marketing (15%)
  • Industry Focus: Media (40%), Healthcare (30%)
  • Client Size: Small Business (50%), Midmarket (40%)
  • Company Size: 10-50
  • Key Clients: Haymarket Media, University of Florida
  • Avg. Hourly Rate: 

myCME, an education application by Atmosphere Apps




JOJO Mobile


JOJO Mobile develops mobile apps for iOS, Android and Windowsphone, seeing as two of their key clients are Nokia and Microsoft. Nonetheless they’ve mostly worked with smaller businesses, and their skills in Joomla, Drupal and WordPress have seen them grow a portfolio of 50+ clients in the healthcare, hospitality, media, arts and business services sectors, to name a few. With a strong focus on problem solving via good UX design, they were nominated twice at the 2014 Mobile Trend Awards.

  • Main Activity: Mobile App Development (73%)
  • Industry Focus: Business Services (30%), Financial Services (19%)
  • Client Size: Small Business (50%), Midmarket (40%)
  • Company Size: 50-250
  • Key Clients: Microsoft, Nokia
  • Avg. Hourly Rate: $50 – $99

The Medicover App by jojo Mobile



Final Thoughts

With offices in Poland but truly global reach, we believe there’s something here for everyone, from enterprise to custom-level budgets, to find their ideal app development partner.