The only way for apps to be developed for Android used to be Java. While Java is an excellent language, it can't be used for developing cross-platform applications that can run on both iOS and Android. I now often use a combination of native code and React Native to build cross platform apps.
See below for some projects I've worked on using Android or get in touch now...
Best Coffee is your trusted guide to the global speciality coffee scene. It knows that you value your time and your money and will show you at a glance all the cafés near you that serve coffee worth seeking out.
Paced Group wanted a cross platform app built quickly for both iOS and Android but without sacrificing quality. Working together with Matt Oakes we were able to take a fantastic design by Olly Thomas and build a quality app simultaneously for both iOS and Android using React Native. Check it out on the App Store or the Play Store today
When Active Inbox wanted to provide a mobile experience, they couldn't take the same route as they had on the desktop. What they needed instead was a complete mobile email client for both iOS and Android. As Lead Architect/Developer of a small team of programmers and designers, I continued to develop and improve the application.
React Native was used to develop the app in order to allow cross-platform code reuse without sacrificing quality. The app has been launched on both the iOS App store and Google's Android Play Store&emdash;all from a single codebase.