AppsBuilder is a unique drag-and-drop builder for iPhone, iPad and Android apps. Businesses, developers and website owners can create, manage and promote their own mobile applications with affordable subscription packages (following a 14-day free trial). AppsBuilder’s contol panel creates customised apps compatible with most major devices.

Features of the drag-and-drop app builder include tools to add content pages to apps via manual upload or automatic RSS feeds, social networks and websites. Content and layouts can be refreshed at any time and Real Time facilities are available to preview changes. Additionally QR codes, app landing pages, social shares and may other promotional tools can also be utilised to ensure consistent on-brand messaging.

  • Migrate website into apps in less than 3 minutes
  • Drag-and-drop app builder for quick and easy creation of mobile sites
  • Real-time analytics, automatic content management, monetization options and much more

AppsBuilder Info

Platforms:Android, iOS
Types:App Builder, App Maker, Cross Platform

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