Hire Android App Developers

If you need to hire Android app developers to join your team you have come to the right place. Our developers are skilled and experienced in the best industry practices.

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Client testimonials

«We now have a core team of engineers at Relevant who work for us full-time and are supplemented by 4 or 5 engineers with different skillsets when and if required.»

Paul Carse
CTO and Co-founder of Life Moments

“Working with you guys has been fantastic. The level of expertise of your development team is as good as the people that we get in the UK. You’ve got a fantastic talent base of programmers. It’s more challenging to find people of that quality in the UK.”

Cassian Harrison
Co-founder of Splink Industries and My Theory Test App by James May
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Hire Android developers in 4 steps

1. Describe your need

Contact us so we can get familiar with your needs. The more time we spend learning about your requirements, the more effective our further work will be.

2. Review candidates

After rigorous checks by our recruitment team, we will provide you with a list of several Android app developers to choose from.

3. Finalize your choice

Once you approve the candidates, we help them integrate into your project smoothly. The choice regarding the management approach and tools is yours. If it’s possible, we arrange an in-person meeting, and if not, we use video conferencing and other communication tools.

4. Begin development

In the end, your team benefits from having more experts who are under your complete control. It’s like having more in-house employees who are working remotely. Also, we handle all the administration and you get to spend less than you would, had you hired them on your own.

Android tools and technologies
  • • Java
  • • Kotlin
  • • Kotlin Coroutines
  • • RxJava
  • • Android Architecture components
  • • New Relic
  • • Retrofit
  • • Analytics: Firebase Crashlytics, Firebase Analytics, Segment analytics
  • • Google libraries: Lifecycle, ViewPager2, Flexbox view

How we differ


92% of the company – senior and middle engineers

We hire only strong middle and senior Android application engineers and no juniors.


9/10 client satisfaction score

Our clients highlight our ability to build great personal relationships with them, except for the excellent code quality.


20% employee turnover rate

We are interested in long-term relationships. Our employees stay with our clients and us for years.


Seamless integration

After you hire Android application developers from us, we easily integrate them into your ongoing work without interrupting your processes.


Risk management

Identifying errors early results in up to 30% fewer defects across the product lifecycle.

Success cases

My Theory Test app by James May
Building #1 driving app in the UK
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Improving a restaurant booking system
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Automating the event check-in process
The Netherlands
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Engagement models

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How much does it cost to hire Android app developers?

Android developer salaries depend on the person’s individual skill level (junior, middle, or senior), professional experience, country of residence, the company, and so on.

To illustrate, compare average senior Android developer hourly rates in three different regions ‒ Ukraine, the United States and Western Europe, and India.

India The United States and Western Europe Ukraine
$8-10 $100-200 $30-90

Note, Ukrainian programmers are as qualified as the best others. Based on the HackerRank challenges, Ukrainian developers are in Top-20, most of the time even breaking into Top-10.

What are the best ways of hiring Android developers?

You can go about hiring remote Android developers in two ways ‒ use freelance websites or partner up with outstaffing companies. It’s possible to book an individual contractor for a few hours or outsource the Android development team for the entire project. Let’s take a closer look at both.

Hiring freelancers

Hiring freelance contractors is the way to go for many companies. Some of the most popular platforms work in a similar manner. You go to the website, set up your “client” account, create a job post, wait for the candidates to send you their job applications, and discuss with your preferred developers how you are going to work together.

Pros of working with freelancers:

  • Lower rates;
  • Large talent pool;
  • Previous clients’ reviews available;
  • Very good for short-term projects or making minor changes to the existing ones.

Cons of working with freelancers:

  • No quality guarantees;
  • Your only protection is the platform’s policy;
  • Different time zones;
  • Possible language barrier;
  • You have to manage everything yourself.

Hiring Android developers through Ukrainian IT companies

A universally beneficial option for projects of any size and budget is hiring Android developers via Ukrainian IT companies. Outstaffing from Eastern Europe is less expensive than adding more in-house employees, but it is just as reliable.

Pros of outstaffing through IT companies

  • Cost-effectiveness;
  • Dedicated manager for each project;
  • Guaranteed expertise and reliability;
  • Great team experience and quality work.

Cons of outstaffing

  • Possible language barrier;
  • Different time zones.

You can outsource one developer or the entire team through IT companies. The key is to find software developers and a partner you can trust. Ukraine is a well-known IT hub, so you can be sure that your project is going to be in good hands. All you need is to give out as many details of your project as possible and be willing to collaborate along the process.

How does Relevant help companies hire Android developers?

Check out some projects we provided dedicated Android development teams to:

  • My Theory Test app by James May – a mobile learning tool designed to help the UK’s future drivers pass their driving theory test.
  • Svenn ‒ a time tracking and project management app for construction companies.
  • Momice ‒ an event management company that provides software to simplify the organization of meetings, conferences, and exhibitions.
Can you provide me with a job description example for an Android developer?

Crafting a decent job description and posting it in places where potential candidates would actually see it is the first step in hiring Android developers. Here’s a basic example of what it should look like.


Here at [your company name], we are looking for [junior/ middle/ senior] level Android developers to make a valuable addition to our team. You will join our engineers in designing and building top-class mobile applications and work closely with other app development and technical teams.

Who You Are:

  • You have very strong communication skills in English, both written and spoken.
  • You have [at least 2/ 3+/ 5+] years of Android development experience.
  • You have expert knowledge of Java.
  • You have experience with [Android SDK/ remote data via REST and JSON/ third-party libraries and APIs].
  • You are [interested in/ the expert in] general mobile landscape, architectures, trends, and emerging technologies.
  • You have a good understanding of the full mobile development life cycle.
  • A great team player and problem-solver.
  • A highly motivated person with a passion for building scalable and efficient apps.

What You’ll Do:

  • Design and build applications for the Android platform.
  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams.
  • Work with outside data sources and APIs.
  • Unit-test the code and work on bug fixing and improving application performance.
  • Continuously work with new technologies to maximize development efficiency.
What are the interview questions to ask Android app developers?

At some point in our partnership, you’ll start receiving applications. The next step would be sorting out the most qualified candidates and taking them through a few rounds of interviews ‒ the hard skills interview to test their technical expertise and soft skills interview to find out how good they are at problem resolution, communication, and other important aspects of working in a team.

Interview questions to test hard skills 

  • What are the advantages of the Android Operating System?
  • Could you please explain in brief the Android Architecture / Android Framework?
  • What are the necessary components of a New Android project?
  • Could you please explain in brief what is “Activities”/ “Services”?
  • Please explain the Activity Lifecycle.
  • What are the implicit and explicit intents?
  • Which tools are used for debugging on the Android platform?
  • How do you troubleshoot the Android application that is crashing frequently?
  • How do you find memory leaks in the mobile app on the Android platform?
  • Can you recall any mobile automation tools that are available in the market?

Interview questions to test soft skills 

  • Why are you a good fit for the position of an Android developer in our company?
  • What are your professional strengths/ weaknesses?
  • Please describe the most interesting Android app development projects you have participated in.
  • Can you recall any Android app development project decision you made that turned out to be a mistake? What did you learn from this experience?
  • Do you like to participate in the analysis, design, and deployment or do you prefer to concentrate solely on the execution of a specific task?
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