See how mobile teams all over the world are using Kotlin to simplify their development efforts.
KMM helps tech giant Netflix optimize product reliability and speed of delivery, crucial for serving their customers' constantly evolving needs.
Magic Technology provides first class apps to clients from a diverse range of industries. It saves time, effort, and resources by using a shared codebase approach based on KMM.
The Memrise engineering team uses Kotlin Multiplatform to share code and save time, allowing them to focus on what is most important: delivering a great user experience.
VMware uses Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile in various modules across their Workspace ONE productivity app portfolio.
Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile powers the Quizlet app, a global learning platform with 100 million active installs that provides engaging study tools to help people practice and master whatever they are learning.
Autodesk introduced Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile to their PlanGrid app to ship a single source of truth for offline sync logic and data models on 3 mobile platforms: iOS, Android, and Windows.
Fastwork is one of the largest professional freelancing platforms in Southeast Asia in terms of both the number of users it has and the number of projects completed.
Careem is a transportation network company with operations in the Middle East, Africa, and South Asia. Careem driver applications are built using Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile.
Yandex uses Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile in their Disk and Maps apps to share the business logic between iOS and Android apps and wrap the existing cross-platform C++ library.
The UI for each of the Chalk.com apps is native to the platform, but other than that, almost everything else for their apps can be shared with Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile.
IceRock is an outsource company that uses Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile to create apps for its clients.
Touchlab is a group of mobile product professionals focused on catalyzing the future of development. They partner with innovative mobile orgs increasing their commitment to native shared code with Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile.
Cash App is a mobile payment service developed by Square, Inc., allowing users to transfer money to one another using a mobile phone app. A lot of app business logic, including an ability to search through all transactions, is implemented with Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile.
NetVirta offers an array of solutions, including full-body, foot, and head scanning apps that are used both in stores and within the customer's home. They use Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile to share the business logic between their apps.