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Hundreds and thousands of apps, but still not the one you want? Make it yourself, that too for free. Here’s how.
Appsbar is a great place to get started with making your own apps because it’s completely free. Not only is it free to create as many apps as you like (for all Android devices), but you don’t even need to pay developer charges or publishing costs.
A built in wizard called ‘Digi’ will guide you through the process of app creation — it’s as simple as choosing an app type and selecting from the numerous options (backgrounds, colours, sections and so on).
Once done, submit the app and the Appsbar team will go through the app to make sure it meets Google’s quality standards and that it works well — even this step is free. In 10 to 14 days after submission, the app will be live in the Google Play stor
Buzztouch has taken the trouble of setting up a mini university — ‘Buzztouch U’ — that will take you through the process of app creation, explaining the steps involved and the difficult terms.
With Buzztouch you can create both iOS and Android apps and the whole process is more suited for advanced users.
You start creating an app using the online control panel, but you need to download the source code to a PC and use free software Xcode for iOS or Eclipse for Android to run and compile the app that you created. Don’t worry — no coding knowledge is needed and all links and explanation are provided by Buzztouch.
As the name suggests, Andromo helps you create native Android apps. Your apps can have cool features like videos, interactive maps, Flickr galleries, a music player or RSS news/feeds. The apps that you create for free will have banner ads, but the team at Andromo promise to share the revenue with you 50-50 — in exchange for giving you the tools to build the app and for hosting it for you — all you need is the basic idea for the app and a fair idea of what it should do.
If you prefer not to go this route and keep your app without ads, you pay a one-time fee of $99. If you do this, you’re also free to sell your app in the Android marketplace instead of giving it for free.
At monk.ee, you can create your own social networking app to share with your friends. With the free package, you can create an app using the pre-defined templates — include photo/video sharing, chat rooms, Twitter and community spaces.
The catch is that the apps have ads and have to downloaded from monk.ee’s own monkey market.
After this, if you want to monetise the app, you can select a price for the app (in dollars) and also choose to earn by including ads within the app or not. Appmakr will also show an ‘app quality index’ — indicates how likely it is to get approved. If you’re happy with it, you can submit it.
This one sticks to the Android platform and requires you to login using Google account. Although it offers more features, it is more complicated than the others which offer simple app builders using graphical interfaces.
You can add screens, set animations, allow social network connectivity, set how the app reacts to the accelerometer, location or orientation sensors and integrate advanced features like a barcode scanner, text to speech and speech recogniser.
However, the App Inventor does not offer submissions to the Google Play store for approval. Once created, you can download the ‘.apk’ file to your computer and then send it to others or transfer it to your phone to install yourself.
ibuildapp not only lets you create Android or iOS apps, but it also provides you with a complete content management system. This management system allows you to update your app easily with new content/design and that too in realtime.
This means that you can update your app after it has been published to an app store. The creation process is similar to other app builders — choose an app template, select the interface, design and look, add content and data and once finished, submit the app for approval.
ibuildapp allows free submission to Google Play store for Android apps, however for iOS apps they charge $299 for submission (for developer license and distribution costs).