Mobile Apps- Free Tools to Build Your Own Apps
December 26, 2013
Mobile apps, in a lot of ways rule the web world today. There is an app for almost anything and everything out there and whether you are a business owner, a web master or even an individual with a very unique idea, developing and transitioning into a mobile app can mean instant success.
On the face of it, mobile application development can seem very daunting. While it is true that for something really in-depth and hard-core, intrinsic mobile app developer skills might be required, all is not lost even if you do not possess high-level programming skills. There are a number of tools available online that can help in mobile app development and make the process a lot less complicated than it seems.
Here’s a list of some:
GENWI: GENWI, one of the most popular app publishing systems available, it helps to create apps that can be distributed both natively and via the web. One can create apps for both tablets as well as smartphones and the list includes all everything from the iPad, to the iPhone, Android and HTML 5 Apps. One of the best things about this platform is that it allows edits, as often as you want and also provides the functionality of including ads, coupons and in-app subscriptions.
Knack: Knack although not completely free does offer a free trial. This tool described by the makers, as a way to build simple web apps is DIY and focuses on building apps that work with data. An interesting platform it easily allows for integrating features such as search, custom forms and data display into the application. This is especially useful for developing an app for an industry that uses a lot of spreadsheet and data based information.
Conduit: Conduit, with a punch line that offers building of stunning app designs that are quick and easy to create without coding and with one click, Conduit couldn’t possible go wrong. The tools offers a number of custom based features that can be integrated into the application including social feed, events, ecommerce notifications and much more. A great tool for someone who is not very technical, they also submit the app to various app stores on your behalf.
Depending upon the kind of application that you want to develop, there are a number of tools that can be used. While some are free, those with advanced features do cost a bit. In saying so, if you are able to develop a successful app that becomes a hit, this initial investment will be of no consequence.
Have an idea? Develop a mobile app using one or more of the tools above and get one step closer to realizing your dream today!