The rVision mobile application is the address book of co-workers in the Exadel company, which has a few offices in several different countries. If you need the phone number of a particular person or wish to find out how long your manager will be on vacation, you can find this in the rVision app. On top of that, this cross-platform mobile app has a feature that allows you to download contacts from a server filtered by specified criteria for later offline usage.




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The home screen of the rVision mobile application is the contact list. There you can see the people who are associated with the Exadel company, their occupations, and their locations. Swipe right, and you’ll see different options to contact a person: send email, open Skype conversation, call via phone, or send a message via Google Talk. There’s also a search, so you will have no problem with finding a co-worker’s profile.


If you click on a contact from the “Home Screen,” you’ll be taken to the person’s profile. Here you’ll see all the contact info for that employee: email address, phone number, and Skype or Google Talk nickname.


Since the rVision mobile application was created for an IT company, it had to be both intuitive and smart, because co-workers at Exadel don’t want to wait for a long response. That’s why rVision is really fast. Tme is money, and IT employers should make quick money. The application loads quickly and has a variety of settings to display data about company workers. The client provided us integration with an existing REST API. In rVision, ANODA mobile development agency made an address book synchronization and included prefetching in the background. Searching contacts in the address list happens instantly and with a highlight of symbols in text. Swipe gestures on a field in a contact list view table shows contact icons. Every one of ANODA’s app developers hired for this project put a lot of effort into it.


iOS Developer
Oksana Kovalchuk
UI Designer
Alex Zavrazhniy
Quality Assurance
Elena Milshina
Project Manager
Alex Zavrazhniy
Release Date
August 10, 2013