View the French version of this job description : Développeur applications mobiles 2 FR 2017
For more than 15 years, MyScript® has earned recognition and acclaim as the core technology powering the industry’s most advanced handwriting recognition engines. MyScript handwriting recognition and digital ink management technology provides optimal, consistent results with any digital writing device. In addition to the industry most comprehensive and accurate text recognition technology, MyScript can recognize complex mathematical equations, geometric shapes, and music notation.
By enabling a truly natural human machine interface, MyScript creates transformative opportunities for next-generation applications in the mobile, automotive, enterprise, education, and many other sectors.
With nearly 100 languages supported and a truly international team, MyScript serves customers worldwide from its headquarters in Nantes, France, and regional offices located in Paris, USA, Japan and South Korea.
With more than 250 millions of users worldwide, MyScript is strongly focused on innovation and high technology.
At the CES 2017, MyScript won the “best application” award for Nebo, our note taking app.
Mobile application developer (Windows or Android) M/F
Within our development team, you participate to the definition and development of our products (widgets, applications, etc.) designed for the mobile platforms (smartphones, tablets, etc.).
You can also have in charge the specific applications development required by our customers on these mobile environments.
You are focused on ergonomics to develop with the ambition that people adopt the new Human machine interfaces for handwriting.
In an international context, you wish to join a dynamic team working on exciting projects.
Within MyScript, you contribute to a cutting edge technology and are able to identify your direct contribution to the production. You integrate a human scale company which promotes creativity, initiatives, share experience and friendly atmosphere.
The position is located in Nantes (West of France)