Welcome to MultiPie

We’re mobile app developers

Whatever your mobile needs we’ve got it covered.

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What We Do

MultiPie is a Nottingham based mobile application development consultancy. We use our wealth of experience and expertise to develop high quality mobile apps for iPhone, iPad and Android devices.

We’re dedicated to creating high quality software for a wide range of uses. From games to interactive brochures, maps to networking, smartphones to tablets. Whatever your company is looking for, we can make it happen.

We will guide you through the app building process from conception through to launch day and beyond.

Our Latest Apps

  • GWweb-iconMultiPie have made a variety of Android apps to support Games Workshop’s hugely popular tabletop games series. These apps provide daily news updates, ebooks with detailed games rules and options to customise the app to ensure the user gets the best experience. The apps also provide in-app purchases and subscriptions to premium content.

    Games Workshop’s Android apps are available on Google Play.

  • Medshr_website_imageMedshr is a private professional network developed by doctors for doctors to share knowledge and improve healthcare.

    MedShr supports secured peer-to-peer learning and medical education by facilitating the sharing and discussion of clinical cases, using pictures and movies, with physicians all over the world. To maintain patient confidentiality and compliance at all times we have developed a digital consent process, so any images or movies taken by medical practitioners are stored securely on the Medshr cloud, not on the phone.

    The app has been designed with simplicity in mind, to help doctors share cases as easily as possible within their everyday practice.

    Android app built for Medshr Ltd

  • mtc

    A practical iPad app designed to co-ordinate between precision laser measuring equipment and industrial manufacturing tools. The app allows the engineer to wirelessly take and view measurements and control the equipment from anywhere in the workshop.

    This app serves as a proof of concept for the development of precision manufacturing tools and software.

    This app is not available for public download.

    Designed and built for the Manufacturing Technology Centre, Coventry.

  • spectating_ipadair2_silver_rightThree mobile applications to help make rowing and sculling more engaging for crews/coaches, spectators and boat clubs.

    Spectators can follow events, clubs or specific crews. They can opt-in for notifications about racing & when the crews are within 100m of their position.

    Crews can indicate their entry to events, track their races & follow other crews. Replay data with 500m splits & fades. Sync with other crew members.

    The boat club can manage their events & send notifications using their iPad version. You can also connect to a large screen to show RowApp live data.

    Designed and Built for Rowing Applications

  • calibre_companionCalibre Companion (CC) is companion app for the widely used e-book library software Calibre. CC has over 35,000 active users with more than 150 joining every week. 

    Calibre Companion, recommended by calibre developers, is three applications in one:

    • a superb device-based calibre library organiser
    • a high-performance WiFi-based calibre device emulator
    • a calibre content server (web access) client

    For more information see our Frequently Asked Questions or the support forum.

  • spectrum_puzzlesFun for all the family

    Featured several times by Amazon, and was their 3rd highest rated game for two months.

    This is not your grandmother’s puzzle app (if indeed, your grandmother even has a smartphone). Spectrum features a wide variety of cool features. The basic object is to unscramble images by sliding pieces around the screen. The app comes preloaded with nearly 50 vibrant, high-quality images to put together. These images cover the “spectrum” from still-life photos and nature shots to buildings and machines.

    An interesting aspect of this app is that the puzzles are presented in order from easiest to most difficult. The first few will be child’s play, but you’ll probably be muttering to yourself as you gradually unlock and tackle the tougher ones. You can, however, choose four different sizes for each puzzle, ranging from 12 to 48 pieces. In addition to being able to pick the size of the puzzle, there are three difficulty settings: Easy, Medium, and Hard. These determine whether or not the pieces lock into place when you put them in the right spot, or if they show colored borders to make it even easier to place them. In this way, you can make it easier or harder on yourself.

    Get the Picture?

    The images included in the app are great, but it’s a lot more fun to use your own photos from your phone. Snap or select a picture of your friends or an interesting object, import it into the app, and boom–you’ve got a unique puzzle to complete. Therefore, the number of puzzles you can tackle in this app is unlimited.

    Other helpful features in the app are Reminders (so you can refresh your memory of what the final image looks like), pause, restart (reset and start over), and the ability to save your puzzle and come back later. Of course, you’ll get so hooked that you’ll probably never use this feature. Must. Finish. Puzzle!

Contact Us

If you would like to speak to us about working together or have a question about one of our apps we would love to hear from you. Email us at welcome(at)multipie(dot)co(dot)uk or call our office on 0115 993 2357.

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