As a business owner, there is no doubt that you are a highly intelligent person who is capable of learning and doing a great deal of things. Yet, every time you sit down to work on that great new mobile app that your company will boom from, you feel like a four-year-old trying to tie their shoes. You know it can’t be that hard to put your idea into action, yet you just can’t seem to figure it out.
If you have all the details of the design and content of your new mobile application development project solidified but you just can’t figure out how to create the app, it’s time for you to look for virtual tools to help you create your concept. I know it can be overwhelming trying to sift through the hundreds of programs out there to aide in application making. This guide will highlight a few of the best tools you could use to take your app making experience to the next level.
This is an app that is perfect for people familiar with computer code. It not only allows you to create apps for any mobile device, it also works with a variety of operating systems. This sort of flexibility is great for businesses that use less-mainstream handheld devices. Since this program requires you to be familiar with code, it is not recommended for people who are looking for a quick, easy way to make an app.
This tool is perfect for developing an application for popular mobile devices. It offers excellent graphics, audio, and video as well as quick reaction times. With GENWI, you are able to edit your app whenever you want, making it ideal for a business that is quickly growing. Another great thing about this app is that you are allowed a free ninety day trail to see if you like it before committing to a purchase.
This tool is a must-have for individuals looking to extend their online store to the mobile world. It offers a user-friendly interface that allows you to conveniently link with PayPal. Subscriptions to this service start at $15 a month but can get to be up to $49.00 monthly. While access to the full feature of this app may be a little pricy, you might find that the profit you gain from using the service will allow this tool to pay for itself.
This is the perfect tool for people who get cross-eyed at the thought of working with code. All you need to know is the content and configuration you are looking for and the program will take care of all the technical stuff. One downside to MyAppBuilder is that because the program does the majority of the work for you, it lack a degree of creative freedom that more technical apps provide. This could be used as a perfect stepping stone for people who are just getting started in app development.
This service provides the same convenience as MyAppBuilder because it is designed so that anyone can work with it. All you have to do is drag and drop the files and photos you want and the application will help you figure out the rest. Whoop offers a bit more creative freedom than MyAppBuilder but it still lacks the quality that apps made with a code based program have.
Regardless of which tools you decide to use, keep in mind that the type of tools may change depending on what kind of device you are designing the app for. Do you best to stick with a “cross platform” tools so you can extend the compatibility of your app to work with a variety of mobile devices.
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