The Beginnings

OZ Apps was founded in Sunny Townsville, Australia as a specialised software development consultancy. While the main focus is “Mobile”, we have extensive experience in the IT Industry and can help you with your projects for the Desktop, Mobile and Web Applications. We have been involved in development since the early 90’s and for Mobile Devices since the early 2000’s when Microsoft had released the PocketPC operating system. Our experience encompasses several programming languages and technologies including legacy systems and mainframes. While we were making apps since 2009, OZ Apps was founded as a consultancy in 2010.

We offer the services of Workshops and Training, Development and Consultancy / Advice on software development focusing primarily on Mobile Development. You are most welcome to sample our apps that are on the App store. The last count was approximately 20+, then there are apps that are used in-house and not distributed via the App Store (these are not listed here)


Melbourne Cocoaheads - String Theory presentation on What's new with Strings in Swift 4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=igFEVA0Z1D4

Our Books

Our Workshops

  • YIT-TSV (2009) - Workshop on Development with iOS SDK @ JCU
  • AUC X-World (2010) - Workshop on Development with iOS SDK @ UTS, Sydney
  • AUC X-World (2011) - Workshop on Development with Corona SDK @ UTS, Sydney
  • AUC Trainings - Development with Corona SDK @ Cliftons Training Center, Sydney
  • AUC Trainings - Development with Corona SDK @ Cliftons Training Center, Melbourne

Some of Our Clients

In the Press

  • Wheels for the Minds (AUC Publication), Autumn 2010
  • Townsville Bulletin for the Learn Lua Book,  18th January 2013
  • Gizmodo's Developer, Developer, Developer Interviews, June 2011
  • Lua Website for the Learn Lua book as an official resource option
  • Townsville Bulletin for Client's App - Proof Warranty Tracker, December 2013
  • Tech Street Journal Coverage, April 2015

Credits by other Applications/Developers

Books as Technical Reviewer

Quick reference to this site

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