We strive to enrich people’s lives through delightful apps
that are of the highest technical and creative standards



Glucode is born and within a year launches the very first South African developed iPhone app on the App Store.


52 204 cups of coffee, 1251 Photoshop files, innumerable lines of code, 31 clients, 39 apps and counting...


Until the days of digital are done, we will continue to create award winning interfaces that delight and add value to people’s lives.


Glucode entered the app space in 2009 with the launch of Creamer Media’s Mining Weekly iPhone app. It was the first South African developed app available in the App Store and is currently a highly rated and trusted news source for the international mining industry.


As the years progress, we are continuously assisting our clients in creating globally competitive apps across various sectors such as finance, insurance, health, transport and entertainment. We boast great business relations with both local and internationally respected companies.

One of our notable successes is Discovery Holdings Limited receiving the 'Best iOS App for Enterprise' at the MTN Business App of Year awards in 2012. The award was for their HealthID iPad application used by doctors. We are proud to say we designed and developed this app.

A recent achievement is the launch of our Gautimes app for Gautrain commuters. Within its first month in the South African App Store this app was featured in the 'New and Noteworthy' section and was one of the top ten apps in the travel category. Each member of our team is energetic, innovative and adds creative flair to everything that we do. We are among the industry’s most experienced and translate our experience into successful applications.


In a rapidly growing and changing digital landscape we strive towards being at the forefront of creating apps that are captivating and enhance everyday life.

Our team is driven by a shared vision to create great products,
a passion for our craft and commitment towards excellence

“He who works with his hands is a labourer.
He who works with his hands and his head is a craftsman.
He who works with his hands and his head and his heart is an artist.”