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Mobile apps need to be increasingly more engaging to succeed. Manatee Works can help. Our mobile barcode scanner SDK is available on all major mobile development platforms.


Apple's mobile operating system, iOS, utilized by devices such as iPhones, iPads, and the iPod Touch, is one of the world’s most popular and widely used platforms. First released in 2007, it is home to one of the world’s most popular digital distribution tools, the App Store.

iOS Swift

Swift is a new, robust programming language created specifically for iOS, OSX, and Linux. This powerful programming suite was designed for rapid and simple application development for most Apple platforms. Swift is open source, frequently updated, and built upon decades of knowledge.


Android is the most popular operating system for mobile devices with over 80% of the market share for smartphones, tablets, and wearables. Developed by Google, Android is based on the popular Linux operating system, is open-source, and is designed specifically for touchscreen devices.


Mac OS X is Apple’s operating system for Macintosh desktop and laptop computers. OS X is the second most widely used desktop operating system after Windows. OS X is a UNIX based operating system and is now only available for 64-bit systems.


Originally developed for personal computers, Linux is a free, open-source computer operating system. Linux is very similar to UNIX and has many popular variants: Red Hat, CentOS, Ubuntu, and Debian--just to name a few. It has been ported to many other devices besides the personal computer and due to the popularity of Android on mobile devices, Linux has the largest installed base of all general-purpose operating systems. Linux also enjoys a large footprint in cloud computing systems, with an estimated install base exceeding 80% of data center servers.

Microsoft Windows

Microsoft’s flagship operating system, Windows is the most popular desktop operating system in the world. Starting with Windows 8, and continuing with Windows 10, the operating system features “universal application structure,” which allows applications to have a consistent look and feel regardless of the device. Windows operating systems run on desktops, laptops, servers, tablets, mobile phones, gaming consoles, and embedded systems.