Mobile Apps

How To Build Your Own Mobile App

Self-building a Mobile App

Most of the searches on the internet are “how-to” searches, people enjoy doing things themselves; especially when it is related to their work. Building a mobile app is usually something that is left for the guys who code, it comes off as a really special technical skill that takes special hands but this article says no.

Having a mobile app alongside whatever you do, is a really great plus because now; you’ve told the world to take you a little more serious. The good news is that you don’t have to wait around to get someone professional do it for you, there are very reliable app creation softwares  that take care of the job with you. Meaning that you have to be ready to learn on the trial and invest time in the process of self-building an App.

Here are 5 brilliant App Building Softwares to get you busy with one for your work.

1.  AppMachine

app machine

This is a pretty straight forward, easy-to-use platform with inbuilt app designs for both iOS and Android. It is the software if you are looking to build professional native apps, it has easy drag-and drop interface that makes designing easy like the job has already been done for you.

Designing is easy as you can combine different building blocks that offer a variety of features such as information, photos and videos. These blocks let you link your app to your social media platforms and online stores if you have any. It is really your own style, as much as so much of the work is laid out for you, you are completely free to be creative with your own colors, navigation paths, fonts and every layout style you picture.

Preview your progress and be proud of your creation. AppMachine also allows you scan through a website, maybe your website, for key content that could easily transfer over into the app for both Ios and Android

The next fool-proof thing to do after you must have created something that can fly, is test your app and see that it is ready to be launched. AppMachine takes care of everything you need to get your App into App store and Google Play.

  1. Good Barber

Mobile app

Yes, it is an app builder and no, it is not for barbers. This is one platform that helps you control every detail of your app without writing out a single code.

Good Barber provides a platform to build both iPhone and Android apps, with several highly customizable design templates available to get you started. You are at liberty to play around with very beautiful icons and an access to Google fonts.

3. Mobile Roadie

mobile app

This platform supports all media types, making the app building happen in a very visual way. It automatically imports RSS, Twitter and Google News keyword and an auto-refreshing fan wall for real-time communication with users.

Mobile Roadie allows you preview your app via its backend, just as your users would on their devices. You get to be guided through the App submission process, with Mobile Roadie checking the quality of your content.

This platform seems like a better fit for brand or service, rather than a product as it also gives you the option to send out push notifications. Like the rest of the App builders, you are presented with several layout options and you can also customize them to your liking.

4. BiznessApps

bizness app

This is a platform to help create mobile apps for small businesses. The process of creation with this platform comes easily as there are weekly webinars, tutorials and articles on how to build really beautiful apps.

Because this app-builder is focused on creating apps for businesses, it provides a wide range of features: ordering, a shopping cart, reviews, messages, dynamic content, third party integrations, push notifications, comprehensive analytics, and more.

You can customize your layouts using pre-built  designs or your own designs. This is an easy-to-use platform with a content management system that allows you create an app in minutes.

The process of building an app is so much fun, seeing that you are building your own mobile app as a huge plus to your work. It takes a lot of practice to wrap your head around it, but it’s sure worth it to put in the time.

Cheers!

 

 

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