Need help to choose an app builder site

by kctm
13 replies
Hello,

I'm willing to create apps for both Android an iPhone, but for now I'll start with Android apps.

I tested some sites such as bizznessapps, conduit mobile, etc. but they don't have all the features I need to create my apps.

For example, I'd like to create an app that contain dynamic content. In this app, I would have the tabs generated from a file. Each tab would lead to a page which would also retrieve the content from the file.

On each page, I'd like to have a "favorite" button. When the user clicks on it, the page gets marked as favorite. And when the user clicks on a favorite tab, it leads to the list of all his favorites.

Do you know any app builder with which I could do all that ?

Thanks a lot.
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  • Profile picture of the author brianng
    Well if you have software engineering background, try Android SDK , create AVD (virtual device) and start writing apps.

    Buttons | Android Developers
    Create a button, assign a save function, and you're done.

    Android is not rocket scientist, you don't have to buy those frameworks from conduit or bizapps, they create an extra layer which sometimes complicates the whole situation.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tmark30
    you can also use phonegap if you have knowledge of web standards(i e html,javascript and css)
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  • Profile picture of the author magnumgrp1
    Or you could find someone who has Skybuilder and willing to create an app for you using it... for a reasonable price, say $20...

    If you find such a person, please let me know, I'm looking for one myself...
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    • Profile picture of the author cncbuss
      Originally Posted by magnumgrp1 View Post

      Or you could find someone who has Skybuilder and willing to create an app for you using it... for a reasonable price, say $20...

      If you find such a person, please let me know, I'm looking for one myself...
      Hey magnumgrp1,
      Heard you'relooking for someone with skybuilder who can build an app for you. I've got it and using it top build android apps. Send me a PM if you'd like to discuss...
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    • Profile picture of the author zoobie
      Originally Posted by magnumgrp1 View Post

      Or you could find someone who has Skybuilder and willing to create an app for you using it... for a reasonable price, say $20...

      If you find such a person, please let me know, I'm looking for one myself...
      $20 for creating an app? Are you serious, what kind of app is that?
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  • Profile picture of the author Aussielad
    Seattleclouds is probably the best value for money app builder site
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  • Profile picture of the author Todd Pedersen
    I have strated with building Android Apps in the past 6 weeks. I did extensive research into not only Google Play and iStore, but the various App builders. I looked at all the options Starting with

    Skybuilder
    SeattleClouds
    Buzztouch
    ibuildapp.com
    andromo.com
    appmakr.com

    While each has its pluses and minuses, I finally decided to go with Buzztouch to build my first Android Apps. I like the fact that it is only $10-$30 to start building! Skybuilder and SeattleClouds are quite simple for making cookie cutter PLR Apps they are quite expensive. I also would like to make QUALITY APPS, not PLR ****.

    I also see the App marketplace to be in its infancy. Therefore, I can also predict that those cheap PLR Apps that everyone seem to be pushing will come back to bite you.

    I am no Guru. That is just my 2 cents. I went with Buzztouch. I like the reasonable cost. Ther is a learning curve (you have to pass some tutorial tests) but I feel it is the right direction to go.
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  • Profile picture of the author kctm
    Hello and thanks to all for your answers.

    I already know Buzztouch and I find it great, but there aren't many features.

    About Seattle Clouds, I like it too, but I find it hard to use for some simples things, for example I'd like to have a simple first page containing buttons with a simple background, and I'm not able to put the buttons where I like.
    You have to use their templates and they don't always match to what you have in mind.

    Same thing for ibuildapp...

    MobiOne seemed great, but I'm not able to create long HTML pages with it... I'll see if I can get some help from their support.
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    • Profile picture of the author Vikuna2009+
      appGeyser seems like a capable and affordable platform.

      Disclaimer: No, I have not yet built an app with it and I am no app expert so please forgive me if I am guiding you in the wrong direction,

      Eva
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  • Profile picture of the author NerdGary
    Just make sure it is a native app creator.. so you can publish it to the android market.
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  • Profile picture of the author zoro
    I am no App expert but my research tells me to make sure it can build Web Apps so that all phone types can can download it. If you go through the App Stores it can be very slow getting approval (If You Get Approval) and it will cost you annual fees for each store. Web Apps using HTML5 are probably the most suitable for local business.
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