These days it seems that there’s nearly a mobile application for every possible need on the planet. If you’re looking to get involved you need to first start by looking at investing in the right development platform. At Solutions Review, we’re always trying to provide you with the best tech advice out there. that being said, check below for some of the best development platforms out there for developing your next big mobile application.
A lot of people could have probably seen this one coming. The cloud-based app builder allows you to create applications for iOS, Android, and Windows phones and includes Apache Cordova, an open source mobile development framework. Appery.io is the leading cloud based app building platform that provides you with the tools needed to create your own responsive web applications, and hybrid apps. Appery includes Visual IDE that provides the user with jQuery, Ionic, Angular, Bootstrap, and HTML5 components inside the visual editor. The builder gives you the opportunity to use a wide array of pre-existing plugins, and also gives you the freedom to create your own custom features as well.
Price: Starts free but rises to $180 per month for the Premium version. For more information, click here.
TheAppBuilder gives users a full suite of applications to fit the needs of their employees and clients with two unique approaches. AppBuilder gives you the tools necessary to build the application by yourself using the online development platform, which can assist you in design and development through its training system. Using TheAppBuilder’s dedicated App Library, you can provide your users with a window into multiple applications and customize each one with your own branding. Updating the structure and design of the apps is easy, even after your application goes live.
Pricing: Available on Request.
GoodBarber is a no-code app development platform, allowing you to get up and running with out having to worry about the nitty gritty of the coding. There are nine highly customization design templates for you to get started with, including 350 icons and 800 Google Fonts. Aside from the iPhone and Android apps, GoodBarber allows you to design for mobile web designs as well, allowing you to link the mobile site to your domain, making it the official mobile version of your website. GoodBarber’s own adaptive design concept was introduced as a way to deliver a personally tailored iPad application. With GoodBarber, the designer is able to design the mobile app’s content one time, while GoodBarber automatically adjusts the app template according to the device being used.
Price: Plans start at $16 per month and go up to $32 per month for the Full Plan. Good Barber offers an advanced plan as well at $48 per month. For more information, click here.
#4 Bizness Apps
Bizness Apps gives users a platform to help create enterprise mobile applications using a very easy process. It gives you a number of features that include ordering, a shopping cart, loyoalty programs, dynamic content third party integrations, push notifications, and more. The content management system gives you the ability to build a mobile app in a matter of minutes.
Price: Plans start at $29 per month for mobile website and go up to $59 per month for mobile app. For more information, click here.
The DiY app development platform lets you create iOS, WIndows, and Android applications with ease. There is no coding knowledge required to get building. This platform allows you to create as many applications as you’d like with an unlimited number of updates and features, including push notifications, photo galleries, live updates, and chat rooms. You’re allowed to keep track of your mobile application through a dashboard screen that gives the user the ability to customize your apps’s design and functionality.
Price: Plans begin free and go up to a one time $99 fee to self publish your app. For more information, click here.
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