Best Mobile App Maker on the Market??

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I know there are several mobile app maker's (programs) on the market today... I need to make some simple offline business apps and I have no experience making apps.

What do you suggest I start with??

And I don't want to use programmers... to costly.
#internet marketing #app #maker #market #mobile
  • Profile picture of the author asiancasanova
    Sir you may try this online mobile app maker ShoutEm - Make an App - Build Apps with Easy Application Creator. Haven't tried this yet but try to check it.
  • Profile picture of the author Des Lau
    I jus saved a list today on my PC. Will come back to this thread in the morning. Watch this space
    • Profile picture of the author marshallbailey
      Originally Posted by Des Lau View Post

      I jus saved a list today on my PC. Will come back to this thread in the morning. Watch this space
      Thanks... looking forward to researching your sites...
  • Profile picture of the author Tacincala
    If you are looking for cheap app developer then you can find them on any freelance websites of forums as well.
  • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
    You should be able to find several using the search button for the WSO forum. I've seen several WSOs offered for mobile app creating software.
  • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
    Here's an offer I was sent recently that looks very intriguing

    (I'm not affiliated)
    SkyBuilder
  • Profile picture of the author Amy Harrop
    I like ibuildapp.com, they do have a monthly fee if you want ad-free apps though.
    • Profile picture of the author marshallbailey
      Originally Posted by Amy Harrop View Post

      I like ibuildapp.com, they do have a monthly fee if you want ad-free apps though.
      It's been a while since I've played around with Ibuildapp but it is very user friendly, it's really the only one I've tried ... which is why I started the thread.. figured there might be some more sites like Ibuildapp
  • Profile picture of the author hvalentino
    what do u think about the skybuilder guys?
    • Profile picture of the author marshallbailey
      Originally Posted by hvalentino View Post

      what do u think about the skybuilder guys?
      I got an email about it ... watched the video and then saw the price... a little pricey for me.. 997.00 a year
  • Profile picture of the author Thomas W
    I attempted to APPs myself but it was going to be too costly and complicated.

    So i hooked up with a company that customizes the app to your clients. PM or Skype me for details
  • Profile picture of the author hvalentino
    how many apss u can create with one account in the ibuidapp?
  • Profile picture of the author Tim Franklin
    I will PM you a vendor that is one of the best on the market it is not cheap nor is it overly expensive a lot really depends on what you want to do and how you want to go about doing it.

    There is a learning curve in just about any system you go with, I would personally avoid anything that limits you to a certain "pre-configured set of rules" Most professional programmers, would refer to this as a token system, it is usually very limited in what it can do and often it is not updated which means you could invest a lot of time and energy only to find out that your applications are depreciated and not usable.

    There is no magic bullet, some learning is involved in all aspects of developing an app, some are a little more simplistic than others but to give yourself a real edge you should choose a product that not only provides the support you need but also the longevity of being able to develop the best products for your clients.
    • Profile picture of the author marshallbailey
      Originally Posted by Tim Franklin View Post

      I will PM you a vendor that is one of the best on the market it is not cheap nor is it overly expensive a lot really depends on what you want to do and how you want to go about doing it.

      There is a learning curve in just about any system you go with, I would personally avoid anything that limits you to a certain "pre-configured set of rules" Most professional programmers, would refer to this as a token system, it is usually very limited in what it can do and often it is not updated which means you could invest a lot of time and energy only to find out that your applications are depreciated and not usable.

      There is no magic bullet, some learning is involved in all aspects of developing an app, some are a little more simplistic than others but to give yourself a real edge you should choose a product that not only provides the support you need but also the longevity of being able to develop the best products for your clients.
      I couldn't agree more... the problem I'm running into is I live in a small rural town and the business owner thinks a app would be really cool but he's not sure what he wants or needs and he's not willing to make a big investment into the project.

      I'm also new to apps and would not want to waste his money on an app that would not be practical for his business..

      Thanks
  • Profile picture of the author Rostonix
    Well, I really love phonegap. It supports 7 platforms and it's an open source mobile framework.
    • Profile picture of the author marshallbailey
      Originally Posted by Rostonix View Post

      Well, I really love phonegap. It supports 7 platforms and it's an open source mobile framework.
      Thanks... I've never heard of this one... I'll check it out
  • Profile picture of the author AppMaker
  • Profile picture of the author mikemeth
    Try appsbar its free for start then go for paid one
    • Profile picture of the author Social App Zone
      I have been using appsgeyser. It's free and got some fun apps up on Google Play quick.

      Downside is they will put an ad on your app once it become popular. (There is revenue share if you ever make the cut).

      But a real good way to get started.

      Obviously once your app takes off you want to bring the development in-house and cut out the middle man.
  • Profile picture of the author Paul Clark
    I've just been looking at InfiniteMonkeys app builder. I'll let you know how I get on building an exercise class booking app...

    Here's the link to a video of a guy building an app in 25 minutes! >>> Click here <<<

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