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Learn How to Create Your Own Mobile Apps with Zero Tech Know how

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Creating a mobile app on your own no more remains a problem, even if you don’t know anything about HTML5 and don’t have any coding skills. In fact with some modern tools out there it has become as simple as it could ever get, and you all know that the demand of apps is at its maximum at the moment and it will continue to be so for many more years to come.

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Results from one of the studies indicate that over 49% tablet and smartphone owners make use of apps to learn about any local information. This means, apps are a great way of increasing communication with your end customers. In other words, creating apps for your business can be a big booster. Now you need not worry about middlemen or Groupon anymore. All you can do is create a well designed app and put it out there and see how it generates leads and increases promotions.

 

Creating a good app was a big and expensive deal earlier, but not anymore. Now you can make use of many great development platforms that help you make an app in a jiffy, without burning a hole in your pocket.

 

Mentioned below are 3 of the best app development platforms out there.

 

  1. Tiggzi

This one is an HTML5 app maker, which is cloud based and helps in generating Android, iOS and other Web apps for mobile. Very soon they will also be supporting developing Blackberry and Windows Phone apps. It is an excellent tool for a non-developer, as it offers great interactive tutorials on developing or creating a new app and then there are blogs, customer support and few more resources to make things easier for the users. The best part is its interface, which is amazingly simple and features the drag and drop option.

 

It is as good for expert coders as it is for beginners with no coding language. Coders can make use of advanced features and options to create customized apps. Through this platform itself the users can upload their apps to different app stores.

 

The first app that you create on Tiggzi is for free and there onwards you need to pay $15 for 3 projects in a month and $50 for unlimited projects in a month.

 

  1. Appcelerator’s Titanium

This platform can be seamlessly used by a developer who has basic knowledge of HTML5 or JavaScript programming. This platform is one of the best choices for businesses who want to make native Android, iOS apps and Web apps for mobile based on HTML5. The analytic-driven reports of app performance and user behaviour make it extremely simple to integrate content, services and data from different sources.

 

Cloud Services of Appcelerator provide location, content, social and communication features. This platform provides step by step process of packaging and submitting an application to different app stores.

 

The free package of Titanium is available for download from internet and additional features can be purchased through different premium packages.

 

  1. The AppBuilder

This tool can be very easily used by anyone and everyone for quickly creating apps for Android, Windows Phone and iOS. There are a lot of templates to choose from depending on the kind of organization or business you run. All you need to do is select the features you want in your app, include content and finally integrate social feeds and in no time you should be ready to run an app.

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In order to publish apps on the App store it costs $499 for uploading code files and to make changes to your app you need to pay an additional fee of $29/ month.

 

About the Author – Jolie loves to develop latest mobile apps for Android as well as Apple powered devices. He has been into iphone app development and web design field for over 4 years, and runs a social media marketing agency too.

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