Overpass makes mobile apps and games for Android and iOS. Our apps have been downloaded and installed on millions of devices in the past couple of years. We can do the same for you.
Hi, my name is Eric. I’m an American software developer living in England. In the past, I’ve been a Chinese Mandarin and Vietnamese linguist for the US Army and a school teacher.
I started Overpass in 2004 as a company that helped local businesses work with remote development teams. We’ve done some great work either coding directly for companies or helping them set up their own teams.
But now we make apps.
Since then, we have moved on to Mobile Application development and have produced applications that are used all over the world. Ear Spy, our most popular app has been installed on over a million devices alone.
I’ve put together a team of talented software developers to build Android and iPhone apps. Putting a good team together is more difficult than it might sound. I can tell you some stories, believe me.
We’ve made dozens of apps in the past year that earn revenue for ourselves (in addition to work done for clients).
We’ve built utility apps, timers, and apps that work with external APIs.
We’ve experimented with all the major ad networks. We’ve tried things like nag screens, “pay with tweet”, and cross promotion house ads. We’ve localised apps for foreign markets. We’ve distributed to the main markets like iTunes and Google Play, but have also used by lesser known markets and markets on the Chinese mainland.
Our apps our installed thousands of times each day all over the world.
And we’re just getting started.
What we can do for you.
It took me a long time and a lot of money to put together a good team that gels together. If you, or your company, is looking to produce your next app for Android, iPhone, or even Windows Phone– we’d love to help you do it.
If you are not creating an app just now, bookmark this site so you’ll remember us later.
When you need an experienced and talented mobile development partner, give me a call.
Like our apps? Please let us know.
Oh, and if you don’t need an app developed at the moment, try our apps out. Please leave us some feedback (either here on the markets). I love to hear about whether you like the apps or not.
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