5 Exciting Tools for Building Mobile Apps on your Own

by Nilesh Talaviya on October 24, 2013

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In a world dominated by smart, internet-enabled mobile devices, every business needs a mobile presence. A mobile website may be sufficient in certain situations, but it doesn’t do the job of a mobile app. At times, your business, product or service needs a mobile app.

If you need a complex mobile app, the best option is to hire mobile developers or take the help of a professional mobile development company.

But, if you want to create a basic app , there is a way of doing it on your own. There are several tools in the market that enable even non-technical people with no programming skills to build and deploy app son their own.

If you are not familiar with any programming language or coding, don’t be nervous – you can still build a mobile application with DIY app development tools available on the web. Most of these have paid as well as free versions, but the free versions may display ads in your app.

Let’s take a look at five of the best DIY app tools for building mobile apps.

#1 Mobincube

Mobincube is a cutting-edge and easy-to-use online app builder that allows businesses and individuals to create world-class apps for Smartphones and other devices.

The best part is that it doesn’t demand any programming skills.

Using Mobincube, you can decide the structure, content, look and feel of the app you are building. Using this tool, you can create native apps for Android, Apple and Windows Phone. If you are creating an HTML5 app, you can build it for these three as well as the BlackBerry. Check it here

#2 TheAppBuilder

TheAppBuilder is the world’s leading self-build mobile app tool with 290,321 apps and counting. It is free to create, distribute & update mobile apps for individuals, groups and enterprise using this tool.

It has a rather gentle learning curve, and you can start creating apps in a few minutes. It allows you to create both web and native apps, and you can distribute these apps publicly as well as privately.

Businesses can also access additional support, security and integration features. It has a great online toolkit and you can view your updated changes within seconds.

AppBuilder is a good choice as it continues to expand its support for new mobile platforms. It also makes better provision for enterprise support and security that most other tools for building mobile apps. check it here

#3 Appy Pie

The motto of Appy Pie is “Creating Mobile Apps is as easy as eating a Pie.”  Appy Pie is the fastest growing cloud-based DIY Mobile app builder tool.  Using it you can create and publish an app for Windows 8 Phone, Android and iPhone.

Appy Pie provides a simple and enjoyable process for developing apps in three easy steps. There is no need to install or download anything, you can just drag & drop app pages to build your mobile app online.

Appy Pie supports a number of features that help you build a complete app:

  • GPS Location Tracking
  • Social Profile Integration: Facebook, Twitter, YouTube
  • Photo Gallery Integration: Instagram, Flickr, Picasa, Custom< images/li>
  • Blog Integration: WordPress, Blogger, FeedBurner
  • Audio & Radio Integration: SoundCloud, Beatport, SHOUTcast
  • Code Page to add custom code, embed iframes

check it here

#4 GoodBarber

If you want to design a beautiful app for Android and iOS, this tool may fit your needs. You can choose from a number of app templates to create an app on your own. This tool supports a number of native features, and it is ideal for building an aesthetically pleasing, content-based mobile app.

#5 Buzztouch

Buzztouch is free , flexible, powerful and professional app engine that can be used to create software for iPhone, iPad, and Android. It works in 3 simple steps Create, Download and Launch.

  • Use pre-written plugins or customize it as per your needs to create awesome applications
  • Download source code for native iOS and Android and extend it according to your requirement Xcode or Eclipse.
  • Launch your app with the iOS or Android SDK.

Buzztouch provides free tutorials, internal forum and big community, app test with iOS simulator and Android Emulator.

You can use this open source software and develop individual or business application within a minute. Which DIY mobile app development tools for building mobile apps do you like best? Please do share your experiences and ideas with us in the comments!

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Article by Nilesh Talaviya

Nilesh Talaviya is mobile app development consultant, works at Cygnet Infotech - A CMMi Level 3 & ISO 9001:20071 Certified iPhone mobile app development company based in India. For developing iOS app contact now at nctalaviya@cygnet-infotech.com For more detail follow him on @niltalaviya

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{ 3 comments }

Rajkumar October 28, 2013 at 1:02 pm

Thank you for the free collection of tools, surely I will have a look at all these tools and start my mobile app development.

Web Design Agency London October 29, 2013 at 10:12 am

Thanks for sharing these list, I am going to work with #3.

Charan November 6, 2013 at 3:22 am

really nice and usefull article do pls tell me to how to make software for java phone?

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