Quick Ways for Building Your Own Mobile Apps

Uncategorized By 5 years ago

Nowadays, lots of people (business owners) find it more and more necessary to build and develop their own mobile apps. However, what if you’re not a programming junkie? What if you don’t necessarily like to speak in code? There is good news: There are plenty of app development tools for ordinary humans, too.

Here’s a few popular alternative development tools.

1. AppMakr

The platform uses a web rendering engine to make developing your own iPhone app quick and easy. You can use html and various social network feeds to create a variety of different approaches for your app. It also support basic features such as push notification, location awareness, CSS and javascript.

The tool is free to use, but a $79 monthly fee per app subscription gets you access to more advanced features. AppMakr works on the iOS, Android and Windows operating systems.


This platform gives you the freedom to create and manage your application on all popular mobile devices, including iPad, iPhone, Android and HTML5 apps. It supports rich graphics, photos, video, audio and other forms of interactivity.

What’s more, apps can include various revenue-generating capabilities for businesses, like ads, coupons and in-app subscriptions. After a three-month trial, pricing varies by features included.

3. Mippin

One of the greatest strengths of Mippin is its ease of use. It enable you run apps on Android, iOS and Windows, and provides flexibility in designing the app. You can even have Mippin distribute your app for you to the iTunes, Android, Windows and Amazon stores.

4. MyAppBuilder

For just $29 a month, MyAppBuilder will create an iPhone or Android app for you. All you have to do is provide content (videos, books, etc.) and their pros will take it from there. You don’t need a technical background to develop an app with MyAppBuilder. They’ll even take care of the hassle of uploading it to the app store for you.

When it comes to building mobile apps, creating apps using a native approach is still the best option. However, building a really good native app is difficult and in general involves a lot of efforts. Thus, These tools will fill in the gap and can help you come up with the app that’s best suited for your business fairly quickly and cost effectively.