I am looking to convert a small Windows Desktop application (connection speed tester) to a mobile app for Android and Windows phone. iPhone is planned for later. The application will connect to a server every X minutes and log the connection download speed and display it graphically. The full
C# source code of the Windows app (Visual Studio 2013) is available for the successful bidder.
Screenshot and Windows installer are attached.
I see 3 options for this project:
1. Native Android and native Windows Mobile app
2. Cross-platform Xamarian app
3. Cross-platform Phonegap app
All options are ok for me => In your bid, please let me know which approach you suggest and why.
Other ideas also welcome.
The specification is simple: Duplicate the functionality of the Windows Desktop app :-)
This means: The mobile apps have the same features as the Windows application (screenshot and
binary exe attached, source code available on request). But there is NO need to clone the Windows
desktop app user interface directly. Just the opposite: The user interface should be designed for
One feature that is NOT required in the mobile app is autostart.
The use of open source/GPL licensed code, Code-Project code snippets and so forth _is ok_ as long
as you mention clearly form where you took what code.
1. Android app (Only support for Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and higher required)
2. Windows Phone app (Only support for latest Windows Phone version "Lumia Denim" required)
3. Well-documented source code, project(s) must compile without warnings.
4. Installer packages, ready to submit to the app stores
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Dear gentleman. I'm very happy to see you with this job. I've scrutinized your description, and I can definitely say that I can do this perfectly. Please reply me... Thank you.
Hello, I would do this job using Cross-platfrom Xamarin, since it is easy to update backend logic for BOTH platforms on one place using one superb language, c#. Kind regards, Sava