The founder decided to professionally enter the mobile applications market with his newborn company called Thunder Apps. We were honored to work on the first two projects: first the language learning app Akler followed by Dusfer.
This time, he fancied an app that would seamlessly integrate the entire user agenda in one place. It had to be well-suited for solving radically different types of tasks and be simple to use on the smartphone — as if Todoist and Telegram had a baby.
Third-party teams have already attempted to get moving on the work before it was passed to Rocketech. We inherited the project with a partially developed frontend that turned out to be non-functional.
The discovery sprint showed that there was no point in trying to keep working with the old code. Instead, we summoned a big team to re-invent the app from scratch: improve the logic, polish the design, and develop an MVP.