Recent awards and recognitions

Every accolade is a testament to our employees and culture. We love celebrating our achievements. They remind us of the contributions we make to society and the pride our employees take in being part of our success.

Improving Your Website for Business Growth

Your website acts as the digital storefront of your business, it showcases everything your company has to offer which is why it’s essential for it to be attractive, responsive, and user friendly. As well as your website looking professional, there are lots of other factors leading up to the decision of whether a potential customer … Read more

What is SEO and do you need it?

SEO stands for Search Engine Optimisation and is the technique that helps your website rank highly on search engines, letting your page become visible to a larger number of potential clients. Some of the most popular search engines include Google, Yahoo, and Bing, with Google taking the top spot. What makes SEO important? Most of … Read more

Coronavirus – A Simple Guide to Working from Home

                 Coronavirus – A Simple Guide to Working from Home As a team of developers and testers, we’re already used to working from home. At Chester Apps we’ve been doing so way before Covid-19 made an unexpected appearance, and maybe we can help you do the same. Change … Read more

Android vs iOS

It feels like an age old battle; Which is better, Android or iOS? These are the two mobile operating systems that dominate the market and others, such as windows and Blackberry, barely seem to be in the running. When it comes down to the details, both Android and iOS are excellent operating systems, and they … Read more

What Does ‘The New Normal’ Mean for Small Businesses?

As the number of active Covid-19 cases continues to fall, a lot of people are left wondering what the new ‘normal’ will look like. Many small business owners have struggled through the pandemic, and have been left uncertain about the future of their business. Now that the government has approved the opening of all ‘non-essential’ … Read more