You may not believe it, but you can very well create an application yourself (even if you have no experience). Provided, of course, that it is simple enough:

“Learning how to build apps can be challenging, especially if you don't have experience. But it is possible. Especially if your idea is about the uniqueness of functions - and not the technologies themselves. Take, for example, Flappy Bird. The application itself is extremely simple. But the idea was unique and exciting. Now look at the Apple Passbook. The idea is relatively simple, but the technologies that allow you to keep your data secure, contact merchants, tie your fingerprint, etc. are relatively complex.

If you need cutting-edge technology in your app that uses the device in a way that no one else has used it before, then building the app yourself can be difficult. It can take years to figure out how to use all the features of a mobile device. If you understand that you can build the application yourself - great! But even if you don't have development skills, there's room to grow pretty fast."

But you need to make sure you are hiring the right professionals. First of all, this means finding a company that will listen to your story and fully understand it before they even start writing code. A lot of people want to jump right into development and start billing you, but that's not the way to go. Talk to several companies to find the one that suits you. You should feel comfortable working with them, communicating and overcoming problems with them. And trust me, there will be problems!

Once you find the right company, everything will work out. They will immerse themselves in your idea and unravel the loops, fill in the gaps, offer features and functions, providing a high level of service. The best apps come when a great idea meets a great team that breathes life into it.”

I am sure that the wide range of services of this company   will pleasantly surprise you.