Microsoft has recently launched \u2018Visual Studio Mobile Center\u2019 for the developer community. The purpose is to help in building and managing mobile apps through a set of cloud services. The Mobile Center supports applications built on several frameworks. It supports apps built on platforms like Swift, Java, Xamarin, React Native and Objective \u2013C. The platform is currently in its \u201cpreview\u201d period and a roadmap is in place to further build out services to be offered. Today developers are expected to go beyond conventional approach to app building and their prime focus is on providing mobile users a Unique experience. Developers need a platform where they can build, test, deliver and monitor the apps as fast as possible on a continuous basis. Mobile Center, can reduce the time spent on creating a workflow by using the services provided by Mobile Center. It will allow the developers to concentrate on the primary task of creating a good app. Some of the features in VS Mobile Center are: \tBuild apps automatically with pull request \tTest apps on different mobile devices through the embedded automated UI tests \tMonitor bugs and crashes for immediate diagnostics \tMobile analytics feature gives detailed insights on mobile usage and behavior \tApps written in any language can be brought into VS Mobile Center\u2019s cloud and lifecycle services The developers have a choice to work on end-to-end workflow provided by the VS Mobile Center or can choose to avail only a subset of the services. VS Mobile Center is expected to evolve further with integration with HockeyApp and Test cloud apps. In addition to that, the future versions of VS Mobile Center will support Cordova and Universal Windows platform. Advanced features like advanced analytics and push notifications will also be a part of the future versions. Currently, it supports only lifecycle features like building, testing, crashing, Beta distribution and analytics. In Cloud features support authentication, easy tables and offline sync.To access the VS Mobile Center you can sign in using your existing HockeyApp credentials or use your GitHub account or Microsoft account. At MetaSys Software we offer custom development using \u00a0ASP.Net, SQL Server, Telerik controls and Iron speed. We also have a strong team of Certified FileMaker Developers with experience in PHP & FileMaker solutions, FM Go as well as in building iOS apps.