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Covering all the bases for development in the competitive market of today

Mobile App Development
An agile and lean approach to mobile applications, in the most common platforms, and with proven best practices for modern development.
Web Design and Development
A complete solution for the web, with a full up to date toolkit to assist all projects from Planning, launch, and to support.
Software Development
A high-end solution for custom software, with the power of technological tools and architecture for robust development.

What You Get with us

By working with Natit, all projects are guaranteed the convenience of a team of qualified professional designers and developers, led by our dedicated Project Manager, and a guarantee of affordability as our services are priced for the small company with a limited budget to take advantage of our cost-effective solution.

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The Real Value of App Store Optimization & It’s Execution Process
App Store Optimization is the process of optimizing mobile apps to rank higher in an app store’s search results. ASO Improves search results as well as the instantaneous comprehension in the app store lists with an optimized name.

Post by: Javier Quincoces 06-Nov-2017

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Boost your Ranking by Switching to HTTPS
Google puts top-priority to security and after the announcement of treating HTTPS as a ranking signal it’s integration becomes even more beneficial. If your website does not use HTTPS, Google does not rank it as well as it could.

Post by: Javier Quincoces 24-Oct-2017

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First Click Free
Why the Exclusion of First Click Free is Remarkable Step by Google
Google is to abandon its controversial policy of forcing news providers to offer free articles in order to appear on its search engine as part of a collection of measures designed to support the growth of digital subscriptions. Instead Google will offer a “Flexible Sampling” model.

Post by: Javier Quincoces 04-Oct-2017

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