Hundreds and thousands of people are creating apps to market their brands, to earn money, and also to establish their names in the world of smartphones and tablets. If you’re thinking about entering the vogue of app development, while you have no coding skills, you might want to know about the ways to develop apps without using any code. Building a mobile application is actually not as hard as you may think. Here’s what you have to do in order to build your own mobile apps.

5 Best Ways To Develop Apps Without Using Code

1. Mobile Roadie


“Mobile Roadie” is an excellent app development platform that lets anyone to build and manage their own Android or iOS application. It supports all sorts of media, with automatic integration of RSS feeds, Google or Twitter News Keywords, and an auto-refreshing fan feed through which you’ll be able to chat real-time with each other.

You’ll also have access to the free Mobile Roadie Connect application, which lets you have a live preview of the app you are developing, same as the users would do on their phones. The application even leads you through the app submission process, by checking the quality and usefulness of your application.

You can push content directly into your application and pull content from the app to your own website or blog. The API (Application Program Interface) is language skeptic, so you can get the content in different formats, including CSV, JSON, HTML, PHP and XML. You can easily bring in a custom look and feel for your application and implement that to all platforms, and use the variety of marketing options after launching your app.

Pricing: The Core plan is priced at 149USD and the PRO plan is priced at 799USD.

2. Nativ


Nativ is one of the most popular mobile app development platforms, which has a very simple UI. You can start building a mobile application by choosing a template for you application. After selecting the template you will see a screen with two options, Design and Features. You can modify the layout, logo, background image and font by clicking the Design tab. You can find a set of variety of streams to add into your application by clicking the Features tab. Native has got streams like Twitter, Facebook, PDF viewer etc.

Once you done with creating your application, you can see a live preview of your application on the right side of the desktop. Click “Finish The App” button when you’re done. Nativ publishes your application under its own developer account by default but you can also submit under your own account. You can avail all the basic features of the platform using a free basic account, while some advanced features are made exclusive for paid accounts.

3. Como


The app developing platform, which was launched in 2010 in Israel is said to be powering more than a million applications all over the world, making it a giant in the app developing arena. The offer a wide array of development materials such as appointment scheduling integration, loyalty card feature, user reviews, events and ecommerce. Most of the sample representations on their app gallery are bands, restaurants and other sorts of event organizations. I found seven types of templates that you can integrate with six navigational modes. Icons, background images and colors can be modified with your own artwork.

Pricing: COMO has a variety of plans like Monthly (57$/month), Yearly ($49/month) and 2 Years ($41/month).

4. Appy Pie


Appy Pie is a cloud based DIY application development platform that lets users without coding skills to build app for iOS, Windows and Android, and publish it on iTunes or Google Play. There’s no need to download or install anything – simply drag and drop stuff to develop your own mobile application online. Once it’s done, you get an HTML5-built hybrid application that supports all platforms, even Blackberry. All modifications are in real-time, along with live analytics, push notifications, GPS location tracker, and ad monetization. You can incorporate websites, blogs, social media feeds, radio, mp3 and more.

The appointment planner is particularly useful for professionals such as Doctor, Spas or Salons with contact features such as QR codes, one-touch call included. You can embed iframes and custom codes using the code page.

Pricing: Free Basic Plan & Platinum (33USD/month)

5. AppMachine


The name, AppMachine, appears to have a profounder meaning. This tool automates as many boring works as possible. Just provide them with the URL of your website and they will import all the data useful for your mobile app. Facebook, RSS, Twitter and even pictures can be imported if you like to. Very unique and quite useful!

The editor of this app development tool is visually pretty impressive but at the mean time not deluging. I, personally, like their thought of using Lego building blocks. It is one of the best online application development tools I’ve seen and whilst not the entire UI was perceptual right from the beginning, I believe they have the prospective to be one among the top contenders in this area.

Pricing: Basic ($19/app/month), Plus ($49/app/month) and Pro ($69/app/month)


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