Our mobile engineers are not just engineers, they are architects! We are looking for experienced engineers to help identify our client's needs and assist them in creating a mobile experience that is unmatched.
Come be a part of Applico and create something amazing !!
Applico, with headquarters in NYC and offices in Santa Monica and Boston, provides a multi-tiered strategy to meet its clients’ mobile innovation needs.The phenomenon of software melding with hardware, today, called “mobile” was the catalyst for innovation to become an essential component of success in business. Applico accelerates mobile innovation by synergizing people and enabling value systems into a culture of innovation.
Applico is paving the way for a new type of mobile services company. Watch this video to learn more!
Applico is looking for quick studies who understand digital and thrive in a high performance environment. We're looking for the kind of person who values transparency and openness and has an earnest interest in improving their skills. Applico team members have no fear of taking on increased responsibility both for the company's benefit and their own pursuit of happiness.
Full life cycle development experience for Android phone, tablet, and other devices that run the Android OS (or derivatives)
Strong knowledge of Android SDK, Java and related technologies
Solid understanding of WebService standards (JSON, REST, etc), specifications and frameworks
Expert knowledge of the software development life cycle and methodology
Experience with Agile programming and rapid prototyping a plus
Strong object oriented design and analysis skills
Experience developing Universal Apps
Understanding of the mobile app ecosystem and strong personal initiative are essential
Demonstratable portfolio of Android related applications.
Have worked with automated build systems such as Jenkins
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Strong coding architecture and adhering to coding standards is a must
Implemented extensive data caching models
UI doesn’t take a back seat to core architectures