Is My Mobile App Name Unique & How Do I Reserve It (Part 2)

Scott Curtis, Co-Founder - Epic Business Apps | May 7, 2018

In our last blog post we described the process for finding any existing published apps that are already using your desired app name/title. Assuming you have completed that process and found no other live iPhone or Android apps using your name, you will now want to reserve your app name.  The ability to reserve an […]

Is My Mobile App Name Unique & How Do I Reserve It (Part 1)

Scott Curtis, Co-Founder - Epic Business Apps | April 9, 2018

Your app idea is beginning to take shape and it’s almost time to start the design and development process. First off, congrats, because just about everybody has the next great idea for a mobile app, but rarely do they take the steps to make it a reality. One of the first things you will want […]

Epic Apps’ Guide for First-Time App Creators

Scott Curtis, Co-Founder - Epic Business Apps | January 12, 2018

Is your company investing in building a mobile app for the first time? If so, you probably have a lot of questions. At Epic Apps, when we initially begin discussing app design and development with a prospective client, we always try to make sure they understand the steps that are involved and how those steps […]

Title III / Reg CF Crowd-Sourced Funding for Start-Ups

Scott Curtis, Co-Founder - Epic Business Apps | November 10, 2017

At Epic we have the privilege of working with primarily two types of clients:  The first type is the established, well-funded company, where we help them design and build enterprise software – primarily apps and websites – to power their existing business needs.  The second type of client is the bootstrapping entrepreneur that needs a […]

“We’re just looking to quickly build a simple app … like UBER.”

Scott Curtis, Co-Founder - Epic Business Apps | August 24, 2017

These are the exact words we hear at least once a week, from a prospective client that calls us about designing their app.  The irony (and humor) in that statement is that to create an app that is as immediately intuitive and simple for a new user like UBER actually involves highly complicated code architecture […]