As user demands for mobile apps' appearance, UX design and overall robustness grow, application development becomes more complex and time consuming. Now when you know how much it may cost you to build a fully-featured functional app for iOS and Android this year, you may want to know the average time to market (TTM) you should expect for your native mobile application development. Let's estimate it roughly stage by stage: 1.
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