See how development teams all over the world are using Kotlin to simplify their development efforts.
9GAG opted for Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile after trying both Flutter and React Native. They gradually adopted the technology, and now ship features faster and provide a consistent experience to their users.
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.
KMM helps tech giant Netflix optimize product reliability and speed of delivery, crucial for serving their customers' constantly evolving needs.
Philips is a Dutch multinational conglomerate corporation with around 80,000 employees across 100 countries. It is one of the largest electronics companies in the world, with a focus on healthcare technology.
Baidu is a leading artificial intelligence company and the world's largest Chinese-language search engine. They use Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile to unify the business logic of multiple modules in Wonder App, covering multiple core business scenarios while retaining the excellent user experience of the native UI.
Cash App is a mobile payment service developed by Square, Inc., allowing users to transfer money to one another using a mobile phone app. It launched in 2013, and now has more than 30 million monthly active users.
Leroy Merlin is one of the largest international DIY retailers in the world. It was founded in 1923 in France and currently employs more than 88,000 people. It has 464 stores in 12 countries. Their mobile app is used for online shopping, product searches, and locating the nearest store.
Kuaishou is China’s first short video platform, and its iOS app called Kuaiying has firmly established itself in the top 10 of the App Store's 'Photo & Video' category. Kuaiying has been using Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile for 2 years to help reduce the costs of developing new features and maintaining existing ones.
Worldline, in a strategic move to revamp The Eroski app, embraced Kotlin Multiplatform. Transitioning from Java and Objective-C, the team smoothly migrated each of the app's 50 screens. Their efforts led to a high-quality app with over 99% crash-free users among 800K active users, all while maintaining regular updates during the redesign.
Memrise is one of the world’s most popular language learning apps. The app has over 40 million registered users and a 4.8 rating in the platform stores. It has also won several Best App and App of the Year awards.
Autodesk is a multinational software corporation that makes software products for a variety of industries. It has more than 39 years of history and over 10,300 employees worldwide. With more than 4.9 million subscriptions, the company has secured its place in the S&P 500.
Unflow is a next-generation content management system. Built for mobile apps, it allows you to create screens, flows, and features, without a single line of code. Using Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile to build their cross-platform SDK saved the Unflow team 2 months build time and allowed their small operation to deliver an exceptionally high quality product without compromising on performance or native capabilities.
VMware is an international software company from California. It has offices in 23 countries and employs more than 31,000 employees. It provides cloud computing and virtualization software and services. It has been owned by Dell Technologies since 2015.
Down Dog is a start-up company founded in California. Their app brings yoga to over 500k subscribers on both Android and iOS, with over 100k users completing a yoga practice with their app daily. The app has 200k reviews on iOS and over 100k on Android, with an average rating of 4.9 on both platforms.
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.
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.
Careem was established in July 2012, and was acquired by Uber in 2020. The company operates in over 100 cities across 14 countries and has created more than one million employment opportunities in the region.
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.
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.
Mirego is an end-to-end digital product team. They build digital ecosystems that allow their clients to elevate customers’ or employees’ experience. Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile is the go-to framework for mobile development in Mirego.