Xamarin is a Microsoft owned California based Software Company which was founded in 2011 by the engineers who created Mono for Android that are cross-platform implementations of the Common Language Specifications and Common Language Infrastructure. Developers use Xamarin tools to write native, Android, iOS and Windows apps code with share code and native user interfaces across multiple platforms. The efficient team of coders of Target Icon uses Xamarin tool in developing the mobile apps. Xamarin is originally based on C# coding. Along with the release of Xamarin 2.0, it also included two main components, Xamarin Studio, which is the re-branding of the open-source IDE MonoDevelop and integration with Visual Studio, i.e., Microsoft’s IDE for the.Net framework that allows using Visual Studio for creating applications for Android and iOS, and as well as for Windows.