In MoFirst Solutions Pvt, there are twenty-four workers sitting shoulder-to-shoulder busy writing code for iPhone apps on laptops with no air conditioning. Chief operating officer at MoFirst Solutions said that the rates Indian developers charge were very low as the clients paid as little as $15 an hour for a programmer. Mofirst is tapping India’s next wave in outsourcing, where there are thousands of programmers that charge a fraction of Silicon Valley prices to capitalize on demand for programs for Apple Inc.’s iPhone and devices running Google Inc.’s Android software. India is the world’s largest recipient of outsourcing orders. Applications on Apple’s online store have been downloaded more than 15 million times since its opening in 2008. And moreover, requests for programmers who write code for Apple’s iOS platform rose 20% in the second quarter. Meanwhile, the demand for programmers with Android skills rose by 15%. A software writer said that nowadays once you’ve developed an application for iPhone, you have to do the same for Android next.