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Be a short-term or a long-term project, don't compromise on the quality of talent you work with. Flexiple handpicks only the Top 1% through a 6-stage screening process.

    Micheal is an Android developer with 4+ years of experience in the software industry. He is comfortable with Android development using Java and AngularJS among ... other skills. He has worked as an individual contributor in the past on multiple projects. Domains he's worked on include banking, asset management, school management, and IT services. Having worked remotely in the past, he places a heavy emphasis on communication skills. Read more

    Previously at Movotech Solutions

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    Minakshi, an adept senior Android developer, has spent over 6 years fine-tuning her Java and XML expertise in end-to-end development. Being a remote-experienced freelance Android ... developer, she has worked extensively on Android and iOS apps across domains like social networking, event management, training, etc. Having been the team lead across many projects, Minakshi clearly demonstrates her prowess in this field. Read more

    Previously at Spadez

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    Muthu, a full-stack developer, has over 15 years of experience in the software development space. He is a well-articulated technocrat, who is skilled in multiple ... technologies and worked as a freelance developer in Android, PHP, AngularJS, iOS, and Python projects. Apart from entrepreneurial experience, Muthu has worked with top product companies such as Amazon and Ericsson and is technically strong. One of his top projects includes working on Amazon Prime’s backend development work. Read more

    Previously at Amazon

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    Android React Native RoR

    Chin, primarily a mobile application developer, enjoys building iOS and Android apps using React Native. Apart from this, he is also well-versed in backend technologies ... like Ruby on Rails and has been in the software development space since 2015. He has built a number of apps across various domains including e-commerce, management, social networking, travel, etc. Read more

    Previously at Suria Labs

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    Android NodeJS Java

    Archibold is a full stack developer with 4 years of experience. He is a developer who can develop both web and mobile applications where TickethouseGh ... is one such project. He is an expert in technologies like NodeJS, ReactJS, Java, Kotlin, Android, etc. He is capable of building applications from scratch as a sole developer and as a team member as well. Read more

    Previously at Rancard

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    Vineetha has 6+ years of experience in Android development with the likes of Samsung R&D, Shop101 & Infosys. She specializes in highly scalable, real-time Android ... applications, with past experience in C#, Java & database technologies. Her experience as a freelance Android developer covers a variety of project setups from building apps for startups to the development & continuous delivery of large-scale, projects. Read more

    Previously at Samsung

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    Ugichukwu is an Android developer with 2+ years of experience in mobile app development. His skills include Android, Kotlin, Firebase, and Flutter among others. Having ... worked in both service-based and product-based companies, he is quite comfortable with building products across industries. He has previously worked in the education and transportation app industries. Read more

    Previously at Edukoya

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    Gangadharan has 17+ years of experience in developing and architecting applications in the cable and telecommunication sector, of which the last 6+ years is in ... native Android development. He has worked with companies like Comcast Cable, British Telecomm, Texas Instruments, and DHL. His projects as freelance Android developer emphasizes on E2E product lifestyle and he has the ability to adapt and excel in the required technology, bringing in an end-user driven attitude. Read more

    Previously at Infosys

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Depth in past work

Flexiple Developers are reviewed on their experience and complexity of products built. Those who display depth and have worked on end-to-end projects are given an introductory call.

14.6%pass rate

Good communication and motivation

Over a call, the developer’s ability to communicate in an articulate manner is tested. A deeper understanding of the candidate’s technical experience and also motivation to freelance is achieved.

3.1%pass rate

Strong technical abilities

Over one or more F2F interviews, the developer’s involvement and performance in building complex software products are assessed. This sets the platform to delve deeper into technology-specific discussions.

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Keen problem solving and coding

Developers' mental agility and problem-solving abilities are tested through a coding test involving algorithmic as well as skill-specific problems. A mixture of live evaluation and timed coding tests is used.

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The live experience of working with developers is verified by reaching out to past clients and/or employers. Inputs on various qualitative factors such as reliability, punctuality, communication and responsiveness are received.

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(Y-Combinator S12 and Andreessen Horowitz-backed Company)

Quality product launched on schedule by a team of 8 engineers

"Flexiple helped us hire quality developers across technologies - Node, Rails, PHP, Python. They spent a good amount of time understanding our requirements, resulting in accurate recommendations and quick ramp up by developers. We also found them to be much more affordable than other alternatives for the same level of quality."

Narayan Vyas,

Senior Product manager, Plivo Inc

(Incubated at the European Space Agency)

Helped set up and scale tech team on demand

"Flexiple has exceeded our expectations with their focus on customer satisfaction! The freelancers are brilliant at what they do and have made an immense impact. Highly recommended :)"

Henning Grimm,

Founder, Aquaplot

(Acquired by Unicorn, Hike Messenger)

Saved 30% costs with 2 software products delivered

“Overall Flexiple brought in high-level of transparency with extremely quick turnarounds in the hiring process at a significantly lower cost than any alternate options we had considered.”

Kislay Shashwat,

VP Finance, CREO

('17 NYU Graduates)

Found a perfect new member for its globally distributed team

"Working with Flexiple has provided us with partners who are providing us with the required technical support for our growth and success!"

Esther Hersh,

Co-founder, Peblio Inc

(Y-Combinator S18)

Hired the first remote engineer to work directly with the CTO

"It has been great working with Flexiple for hiring highly talented and hardworking folks on contract. We were looking for a suitable developer on the back-end and we got to know Ankur through Flexiple. We are very happy with the commitment and skills he brings to the job and we will be working with Flexiple going forward as well after this positive experience. I recommend them highly for any freelancing talent you are looking to hire!"

Neil Shah,

Chief of Staff, Prodigal Tech

(#1 Lead Routing App for Salesforce)

Helped scale the product with a team of engineers

"Flexiple has been instrumental in helping us grow at a fast pace. Their vetting process for engineers is top notch and they were able to connect us with quality talent quickly. The team put great emphasis in understanding our requirements and getting to know us which ensured that we were matched with folks who were a great fit not only technically but also culturally."

Tanu V,

Founder, Power Router

(Acquired by Reliance for $100 million)

Delivered 2 high quality products forming a long partnership

"The engagement with Flexiple and their community members has helped us get work done in a timely manner and helped us go above and beyond."

Swapan R,

Co-founder, Haptik

(Acquired by PayU for $70 million)

Built their first remote tech team of a frontend and backend engineer

"Highly responsive team with prompt support and willingness to go the extra mile. Powered by technically brilliant personnel on board, we have happy results – all this at an affordable price!"

Sajith N,

Product Manager, Wibmo Inc
  • How to Hire a Great Freelance Android Developer?

  • Mobile development is ubiquitous. According to Evans, the number of developers targeting mobile development increased significantly from 2 Million in 2006 to 12 Million in 2016- out of which 5.9 Million were android developers. The study also predicted that the number of mobile developers would top 14 Million in 2020. The mobile traffic has increased from 48% to 52% in the last four years, and it is no surprise the Evans prediction holds true.

    Finding the perfect freelance android developer in 2020 could be a serious task, but this guide has everything you need to know about hiring the best freelance android developer.

    Before diving into the fundamentals of hiring a freelance android developer, let's delve into some interesting facts about the history of Android.

    We have broken the sections into the following parts:
    1. Let's introduce Android to you.
    2. Why is Android widespread?
    3. What are the tools used by Android developers?
    4. Writing the Job Description to hire an Android developer
    5. Interview Questions for hiring an Android developer
    - Basic Questions
    - Advanced Questions
    - Data Structures/Algo Questions

    1. Let's introduce Android to you

    It feels like we’ve been using android devices for ages now, but it has only been a little over ten years since the android debut.

    • Origin story: In October 2003, before the term “smartphone” was used and much before IOS launched its first iPhone, Android Inc was founded in California. One of the founders, Rubin, quoted that Android Inc was going to develop smarter mobile devices that are more aware of its owner’s location and preferences.

      As reported by PC World, Android OS was originally meant to improve the OS of digital cameras. The company even pitched to investors in 2004, explaining how Android could be installed on a camera and connected to a PC. After the market for stand-alone cameras declined, the company shifted its gears to OS inside mobile devices.

    • Widely popular: Android vs. iOS development has been dominating the operating system market for the past few years. Android holds 68% of the market share, and iOS holds about 29.92% while the rest are smaller operating systems.

    • Built using different programming languages: Java is the most-used language to build an android app. Some other languages are Kotlin, C++, C#, and Python.

    • Other trivia: Android released its first version of OS in Sept. 2008 with no code name at all. A few months later, Android 1.1 was released. It didn’t have a public code name, but it was internally referred to as “Petit four,” which refers to a French dessert.

      It was not until the launch of Android 1.5 that the OS version got its first public code name: “Cupcake.” The credit for naming the Android versions after candy and desserts have gone to its project manager, Ryan Gibson. When asked the reason behind these names, he said, “Since these devices make our lives so sweet, each Android version is named after a dessert.”

      Another fun fact, the android robot itself is an open-source project. Unlike other companies, Android didn’t protect the mascot allowing it to be modified and redesigned under the Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution License.
      In July 2005, Google acquired Android Inc. with its core employees Rubin, Miner, and White. And, every year when Google reveals its code name, it places a new statue with the code name on the lawn in front of its company office in California.

    • 2. Why is Android widespread?

      A lot of features make Android a great choice vs. other operating systems. Two of which are:

      • Android devices span all price ranges.
      • More smartphone manufacturers use Android.

      3. What are the tools used by Android developers?

      These are some of the tools that are commonly used by Android developers:

      1. Android Studio

      This is the official IDE for Android development. The tool provides a common environment in which developers can build apps for various Android platforms such as phones, tablets, TVs, etc.

      2. Android NDK

      Using the Android Native Development Kit, Android developers can develop parts of the app using native code, written in C and C++. It also libraries through which native activities and certain physical components can be accessed.

      3. Android Debug Bridge or ADB

      As the name suggests, this tool is used for debugging Android devices. The tool is a command-line interface tool that lets you communicate with a device and perform various functions like installing, copying files, and running commands through the Unix shell.

      4. Genymotion

      Genymotion is an Android Emulator that allows Android developers to interact with a virtual Android environment. It allows users to test how the app would work on a wide range of devices.

      5. Instabug

      This tool enables Android developers to check for bugs, and crashes and also acquire feedback from users so that these bugs can be worked upon. Instabug would have to be added to the live app so that the end-users can reach developers via it.

      4. Writing the Job Description to hire an Android developer

      Below are some key points that we at Flexiple have learned through trial and error - a process of filtering through over 15,000 developers.

      • Years of software development experience: Be specific about the technology you’re looking for and the number of years of experience needed. A proxy to years of experience can be the number of production-level apps worked on.

      • Expertise in a specific programming language: Different programming languages used to develop an android app have its own nuances. While a good programmer can pick up other languages, it’s a plus point to hire a developer who already has expertise in it.

      • Type of products built in the past: Based on the type of product you are trying to build - social network, SAAS product, etc. - you can prioritize certain developers over others.

      • Exposure to specific industries: Developers who have built products in certain industries will already know key aspects of laying the foundation for a great product and will be able to predict possible problems.

      • Experience working remotely: A developer with past remote work experience is an added advantage as they would have first-hand experience of everything - right from how contracts work to streamlined communication, as well as timelines and deliverables.

      • Strong communication: An essential thing to look at when hiring a freelancer is excellent communication skills. Since all the interaction happens online, a freelancer should be able to effectively communicate to ensure a streamlined execution of all work.

      • If you'd like to see detailed mobile developer job descriptions, check out these templates for Flutter and Android JDs.

        5. Interview Questions for hiring an Android developer

        Now that you have made a quality JD, it can still be tricky to evaluate the skills of your applicants. To help you with that, we have created a pool of questions that a good Android developer should be comfortable with.

        It is important to note that the ability to answer these questions doesn't imply that you have a top quality candidate. But it definitely is a big step in that direction.

        To help you navigate through these questions, we’ve categorized the interview questions in 3 parts:

        A. Basic concepts: Includes all basic concepts used across languages but we've focused on their significance in Android. This will give you an understanding of how strong their programming foundation is.

        B. Advanced concepts: Includes all concepts that someone with higher expertise should know.

        C. DS/Algorithm questions: To test the logical capability of the candidate.

        A. Basic concepts

        Coming soon!

        B. Advanced concepts

        Coming soon!

        C. Data Structure/ Algorithm

  • 1. Given a string containing just the characters '(', ')', '{', '}', '[' and ']', determine if the input string is valid. An input string is valid if: Open brackets must be closed by the same type of brackets. Open brackets must be closed in the correct order. Note that an empty string is also considered valid.

    class ValidParenthesesFunc {
        func isValid(_ s: String) -> Bool {
            var stc = [Character]()
            for char in s {
                if char == "(" || char == "[" || char == "{" {
                } else if char == ")" {
                    guard stc.count != 0 && stc.removeLast() == "(" else {
                        return false
                } else if char == "]" {
                    guard stc.count != 0 && stc.removeLast() == "[" else {
                        return false
                } else if char == "}" {
                    guard stc.count != 0 && stc.removeLast() == "{" else {
                        return false
            return stc.isEmpty
    The above code will input 0(false). 
  • 2. Write a Java Program to find whether a string or number is palindrome or not.

    import java.util.Scanner;
    public class Palindrome {
        public static void main (String[] args) {
            String original, reverse = "";
     Scanner in = new Scanner(System.in);
           int length;
            System.out.println("Enter a number or a string");
            original = in.nextLine();
            length = original.length();
            for (int i =length -1; i>;=0; i--) {
                reverse = reverse + original.charAt(i);
            System.out.println("The reverse is: " +reverse);
                System.out.println("The string is a palindrome");
                System.out.println("The stringis not a palindrome");
    For String- Enter a number or a string
    The reverse is: mas
    The string is not a palindrome
    For Number-Enter a number or a string
    The reverse is: 99
    The number is a palindrome 
  • 3. What will the output of the following code be?

    class Test {
    public static void main(String args[])
            String str1 = new String("Hello World");
            String str2 = new String("Hello World");
            String str3 = "Hello World";
            String str4 = "Hello World";
            int a = 0, b = 0, c = 0;
            if (str3 == str4)
                a = 1;
                a = 2;
            if (str1.equals(str3))
                b = 1;
                b = 2;
            if (str1 == str4)
                c = 1;
                c = 2;
            System.out.println("a= " + a + " b= " + b + " c= " + c);

    A. a=2 b=1 c=2
    B. a=2 b=2 c=2
    C. a=1 b=2 c=1
    D. a=1 b=1 c=2

    D. a=1 b=1 c=2 because a new memory is created when we make an object with the help of the ‘new’ keyword, 
    and the reference variable contains the memory location. 
    Here the memory is created with the same string twice, but since we are comparing objects and not strings, 
    the object will point to a different memory location and so they are not equal. 

    Parting thoughts on hiring Android developers

    That in a nutshell, is everything you need to consider when hiring a freelance Android developer. As discussed, it isn't easy to find a quality freelance android developer but this guide makes the process easier for you. To offload the entire hiring process, reach out to us at Flexiple. We've designed a high-quality, 6-step screening process to find the top 1% freelance developers. You can find the best freelance Android developers here. We've already served over a hundred clients, earning great reviews for the quality of service.

    Lastly, to quickly summarize it for you:
    1. Note your project requirements and hire accordingly. Do not go for the lowest or the highest-paid developer.
    2. Don’t hire without vetting- consider asking questions right from the basics to advanced to logical questions.
    3. Look for companies like Flexiple that help you find the perfect fit.

    Happy hiring! :)

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