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Mobile Jazz

About us

From mission-critical aviation apps to websites that promote literacy in the developing world, Mobile Jazz is an expert in creating bespoke, compelling software solutions.

We specialize in a range of fields including mobile technology, enterprise software, IT security and UI/UX design. We've worked with some of the world's biggest companies, from AVG to Skyscanner, and our apps have received over 100 million downloads.

Whether the project demands bleeding-edge or ultra-simple software, we adapt to our clients'​ briefs and then go above and beyond them, providing consultancy and ongoing support. Each of our projects is designed to be scalable, so it can evolve with the client and their industry.

As a fully remote company, we have also helped several of our clients reinvent their approach to project management, advising them on modern digital tools and sharing our own unique approach to running a 21st century organization.
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