App development isn't as hard as it was in the past. Business owners who want to get into the mobile space can make an app and test it too using app-building tools available on the market. While technical know-how is important to make a killer app, these platforms just help make the job a lot easier for you, increasing the speed of the development process. Most importantly, the platforms can be used to learn app development and come in handy for particular niche app development, even if you are looking to build social media apps.
Here is a look at three tools that can do wonders for you.
BuildFire is the simple yet intuitive tool for creating a mobile app! The best part about it is you can make your own app in just ten minutes. For instance, making a social media app is easy on BuildFire because building blog content and social profiles is simple, and there's also a ready made e-commerce widget. Also, for the newbie, this tool is a boon as it offers professional help at all times. With a monthly cost of $49, the professional version of the tool is very helpful even for those who are learning to create apps. For publishing a mobile web version, the free version of Buildfire is good enough.
Como is similar to Buildfire but has some limitations. If you are planning for an app-based blog or for a Facebook page, Como is the perfect wizard to set up the app. It has a very rich interface that some may find a bit complicated and less intuitive. With the free version of the tool, you can get everything done and create up to five apps. With an annual cost of $33, Como allows you to publish the app in Amazon Store, which is rated as the most popular Android Store after Google Play. It will also help you to do advertising campaigns through social media like Facebook and other promotional activities.
Most of these platforms have severe limitations when it comes to customization. Appsmoment overcomes that in many aspects. It offers an advanced technical approach – an excellent option if you know your subject well. Your app can be graphically designed without actually writing any code and by just dragging all the components – a bit like that web editors out there. For something specific, you may need to write code. Video tutorials and extensive documentation are provided for all the features and some more unique features. Stating from $29 per month, you can also ask for the white label version for advanced results.