The average pay for an Entry-Level iOS Developer with iOS skills is RUB 1,080,000 per year.
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|Salary||RUB 111,910 - RUB 2,752,995|
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|RUB 112,812 - RUB 2,733,481|
Job Description for iOS Developer
The iOS developer creates, debugs, maintains and programs software for relevant departments. Developers must be able to create user-friendly apps for social networking, productivity, finance, and a wide range of other uses. Qualified developers must be up-to-date on how programming in line with Apple's newest mobile operating system. Developers should also be fluent in common programming languages such as MySQL and PHP.Read More...
iOS developers should also be able to program to meet the needs of the latest smartphone hardware specifications. They should also be able to lead a team that can not only create, but can offer technical assistance to customers once the application has been launched to market. Developers may be asked to collaborate with technical service personnel to create training guides, host web-based seminars and information sessions. For every app that is created and marketed, developers must help create a manual for customer service personnel to use while helping customers. It may also then be the responsibility of the iOS developer to assist customer service personnel in providing technical advice to users who have purchased the apps.
Although technical skills are the most important qualifications for this position, iOS developers must also possess good professional etiquette and leadership skills. They must be able to foster and maintain a cohesive team that can operate at multiple different levels within the organization. (Copyright 2018 PayScale.com)
iOS Developer Tasks
- Test and document software for client applications.
- Write, modify, and debug software for client applications.
- Write code to create single-threaded or user interface event driven applications, either stand-alone and those which access servers or services.
- Use source debuggers and visual development environments.