Just a little help with an app.

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I have trouble finding an information online and I'm sure you could point me to the right direction.

I have a responsive theme (on wp) and I'm looking for a way to create an app that just leads directly to my website.
- basically the visitor will have the choice to download the app, he will have a small icon directly on his phone and once he click it, it will redirect him to my website.

I found Create Apps for Android with AppsGeyser. Free and No Coding required. but I would rather have a one-time cost rather than a "pay every time someone download your app" thing.

If anyone would know a resource for android and iPhone as well it would be very appreciated.
  • Profile picture of the author Robert G Williams
    There are number of free apps from word press here’s the link http://en.support.wordpress.com/apps/
    Hope this helps
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  • Profile picture of the author manu1985
    Hello, and thanks for your answer.
    I checked the page you send me but it appears to be apps to be able to blog FROM your mobile phone.
    I am looking for apps to install on visitors phones so they can access my site easily.

    Best regards
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  • Profile picture of the author WillR
    You don't really need to go to the trouble of creating an app. The easier option is to add an image so people can bookmark your site on the homescreen of their phone. This achieves the same thing as having an app would. Your visitors can go to your website by just clicking on the icon on their homescreen.

    Here is a tutorial for you.

    Add to home screen
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  • Profile picture of the author manu1985
    Thanks a lot! That was exactly the info I needed
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  • Profile picture of the author wanderinglex
    MIT's App Inventor and Appcelerator Titanium Studio are the best way to go if you want to create an Android app yourself without (much) coding. But yeah, a widget or bookmark on the home screen would be simpler, although a full app could also get you more traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tmark30
    You can use tools like phonegap and appmobil to build apps using html, css and js.
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