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Based on 66 responses, the job of Mobile Applications Developer has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.08 out of 5. On average, Mobile Applications Developers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Mobile Applications Developer?

February 2018
Mobile Applications Developer in Nairobi:
Pros: Good weather.
Cons: Too much traffic, no side walks, kinda expensive to live here.
November 2019
"First review."
Mobile Applications Developer in Minneapolis:
Pros: Small company feel
Cons: Nothing
August 2016
Mobile Applications Developer:
Pros: The flexible schedule, the casual dress code and freedom to explore cutting edge technologies. The potential to make money and the excitement that comes from that. The location and the people are great. The direction the company is headed is great.
Cons: The pay is very low compared to the job market. I have tons of responsibilities and end up working lots of hours. Stress level is high as I am expected to answer to many critical issues. Very fast pace with very little to no downtime.
October 2016
Mobile Applications Developer:
Pros: Cross platform development, really have a weight in decision.
Cons: Deadline really too short, some good UX are removed because of budget.
October 2016
"I work with quality."
Mobile Applications Developer:
Pros: I like the logic used in programming.
Cons: I don't like the overwhelming hours.
November 2016
Mobile Applications Developer:
Pros: It's challenging and gives room for innovation.
Cons: Stressful sometimes and usually alone with the problems.
September 2017
Mobile Applications Developer in Bangalore:
Pros: People are open to new technologies.
Cons: Traffic.