Bespoke Android and web app development for Camberley

Why choose New Media Aid?
Low cost web app & website developers and Android mobile app developers for Camberley, Surrey. We are only only 47 miles away from Camberley. The development cost of a bespoke Android app, web app or ecommerce website for organisations in Surrey will usually be between £2,000 and £5,000.

We are expert web, ecommerce and Android app developers for your business in Camberley, Surrey. Our bespoke web, Android & ecommerce application development team specialise in cutting-edge app development and have an office only 47 miles from Camberley.

A random fact!
The lovely town of Camberley in Surrey is 47 miles from our app development office in Hitchin and 47 is also the BCP document series (BCP 47) published by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) defining language tags that are used in a number of modern computing standards, including those from the IETF related to the Internet protocols such as HTTP. We use this to set the language of our Android apps by means of the setLanguageTag method of the Java java.util.Locale.Builder class. (Java.util.Locale.Builder).


Useful Android app developers term of the day: Large screen development

Developing for large screens on Android requires a slightly different approach compared to developing for smaller screens. Here are some tips to keep in mind:

  1. Use Fragments: Fragments are reusable UI components that can be used across different layouts. They can help you manage the screen space better and provide a more flexible layout for larger screens.

  2. Use GridLayout or ConstraintLayout: These two layout managers are perfect for developing for larger screens as they offer a lot of flexibility in terms of positioning and resizing views.

  3. Use resource qualifiers: Android provides resource qualifiers that allow you to specify different resources for different screen sizes. You can use these qualifiers to provide different layouts, images, and other resources for large screens.

  4. Use a responsive design approach: A responsive design approach ensures that your app adapts to different screen sizes and orientations. This means that the UI will adjust itself based on the available screen space, ensuring that the app looks good on all screen sizes.

  5. Test on different screen sizes: Always test your app on different screen sizes to ensure that it looks good and works well on all devices. Use emulators or physical devices with different screen sizes to ensure that your app looks great on all screens.

Overall, developing for large screens on Android requires careful planning and attention to detail. By following these tips, you can create a great user experience for your app on all screen sizes.


Developing for large screens in Android involves creating layouts and user interfaces that can accommodate larger screens, such as tablets and high-resolution phones. Here are some tips to help with Android large screen development:

  1. Use Fragments: Fragments allow you to create modular and reusable components of your app's user interface. They can be used to create a consistent experience across different screen sizes.

  2. Provide Multiple Layouts: It's important to provide multiple layouts for different screen sizes. You can use the "layout-" prefix to specify different layouts for different screen sizes. For example, "layout-large" for larger screens and "layout-xlarge" for extra-large screens.

  3. Utilize ConstraintLayout: ConstraintLayout is a powerful layout manager that allows you to create complex layouts that can adapt to different screen sizes. It's especially useful for designing layouts for large screens.

  4. Use Multi-Pane Layouts: For larger screens, you can consider using multi-pane layouts to display more content at once. For example, you can use a two-pane layout for tablets that displays a list of items on the left and the details of the selected item on the right.

  5. Test on Real Devices: It's important to test your app on real devices to ensure that it works well on different screen sizes. You can use the Android Emulator to test your app on different virtual devices or test on physical devices with different screen sizes.

By following these tips, you can create Android apps that provide a great user experience on both small and large screens.



Crimes reported in Camberley
Our custom app development prices are criminally low, but not as criminal as these events recently reported in Camberley.

Why are we showing recent crimes in Camberley Surrey?
We are showing a few example crimes for Camberley reported in Jan 2024 so you can see how we can automatically integrate real-time data from various external web services. Our web app developers specialise in developing complex bespoke web app development projects which includes systems integration!

bicycle theft
  • Bath Road (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
burglary
  • Walker's Ridge (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
  • Castle Close (Under investigation)
  • Tekels Avenue (Under investigation)
criminal damage arson
  • Shopping Area (Under investigation)
  • Court Gardens (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
  • Parking Area (Under investigation)
  • Plantation Row (Under investigation)
  • Nym Close (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
drugs
  • Glynswood (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
other theft
  • Shopping Area (Under investigation)
  • St Mary's Road (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
  • North Court (Under investigation)
  • Shelley Court (Under investigation)
  • High Street (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
public order
  • Plantation Row (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
  • Albert Road (Under investigation)
  • Poppyhills Road (Unable to prosecute suspect)
  • St George's Road (Unable to prosecute suspect)
  • Grand Avenue (Under investigation)
robbery
  • North Court (Under investigation)
shoplifting
  • St Mary's Road (Under investigation)
  • Albert Road (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
  • St Mary's Road (Under investigation)
  • Parking Area (Under investigation)
  • St Mary's Road (Under investigation)
theft from the person
  • Nightclub (Under investigation)
  • St Mary's Road (Under investigation)
  • Nightclub (Under investigation)
vehicle crime
  • Sports/recreation Area (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
  • Osnaburgh Hill (Under investigation)
  • Sports/recreation Area (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
violent crime
  • Hoskins Court (Unable to prosecute suspect)
  • Stockwood Rise (Under investigation)
  • York Terrace Lane (Under investigation)
  • B3411 (Under investigation)
  • Old Dean Road (Under investigation)
other crime
  • Old Dean Road (Unable to prosecute suspect)
  • Osnaburgh Hill (Unable to prosecute suspect)
  • Shopping Area (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
We are only 47 miles from Camberley