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How To Create An App Without Coding

Regardless of the amazing number of apps out there, there’s always room for more. After all, there are so many wants and needs out there, that it will take a long time before they’re all addressed, right? It’s possible that you, having thumbed through the vast lists of apps, noticed that there’s a subject you’d really like to have covered, but no one’s invented it yet. Well, why don’t you do it?

Don’t let a lack of technical expertise stand in your way. There are ways of create just the right app for your needs or interests. Check out these options for app creation.


With these app design options, all you really need is a good idea.

Zapporoo

We begin our list with an app design platform that does cost, but you are definitely getting what you pay for. Zapporoo is precisely the right option for someone who wants to design an app, doesn’t have any sort of tech background, and is frankly not interested in gaining one.

Zapporoo teams you with their development teams located in-house. They work with your ideas, bringing those notions to fruition as a fully functional app. You collaborate with Zapporoo’s designers, making sure that their progress is in synch with your vision. You can even keep track of the app design progress online, 24/7, by logging onto the site and getting a current update.

Good Barber

Everyone needs a good barber, right? Well, in terms of apps, Good Barber is a platform that allows you to design Android and iPhone apps, using one of nine customizable, colorful templates, as well as 350 eye-catching icons and over 600 Google fonts. You also get a free web mobile version, enabling users to access from their phones’ browsers. The app starts at $16 a month, increasing to $32 a month for the Full Plan.

BiznessApps

Maybe you own a small business and you want to create a unique app that facilitates your forays into the profitable world of e-commerce. BiznessApps, which has plans that range from $29 to $59 a month, helps you create amazing customized apps in no time. The cheaper plan is aimed at website apps, while the pricier one is for designing mobile apps. Use one of BiznessApps’ pre-designed apps, or create your own. This option, incidentally, is also ideal for non-profit organizations or religious groups.

Game Salad

Now comes the fun one. With plans that range from Free to a Pro plan that costs $299 per year, Game Salad lets you design games for iOS, Android, HTML5 and OS X. Furthermore, Game Salad and Amazon have partnered in order to give access to development options optimized specifically for the Kindle Fire platform. This system gives you a scene and actor editor, where you create images, sounds, attributes, and more.

Shoutem

If you’re trying to design mobile apps that makes monetization simple, you need Shoutem. This is a powerful app builder that gives you multiple monetization options, complete content management, and strong user engagement tools. Each app you design can be tightly integrated with sources like Facebook, Twitter, WordPress, and more. Publish your apps under your developer account to Google Play and iTunes, and you can do real-time edits if you need to. The Basic plan is $19.90 a month, while the Unlimited version is $119.90 a month.

This is a good start for app coding, but there’s always more out there to discover. Access to app design platforms is just a brief search away. For instance, you can check out how to make Android apps without coding.

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Born in the Boston area in 1959, I started writing in 1985. I live in Nashua NH with my wife and three cats. We have four kids in our blended family. I am an utter geek who's into gaming, horror, SF/fantasy, the Red Sox, trains, running, history, and a bunch of other things.

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