Published on March 21st, 2013 | by Sergiu210
Great software for mobile applications development
Since mobile devices win the Internet it is important for every web developer to consider this market too. Even if desktops will never dissapear a lot of information will be read in the future on mobile devices. Why? Because is more practical to read news from your tablet or phone rather then opening your laptop and finding a space where you can sit and try to read them.
Also in crowded spaces, on the road or in other places where you can not get your laptop with you is very easy to access information on a mobile device. We present you a showcase of software that will help any developer have an idea how can deploy own work online with not so much effort.
This tablet and smartphone publishing platform allows you to create and manage your presence on all popular mobile devices, including iPad, iPhone, Android and HTML5 apps. It delivers rich graphics, photos, video, audio and other forms of interactivity.
One of the greatest strengths of the London-based Mippin platform is its ease of use. It allows you to create apps for Android, iOS and Windows, and provides flexibility in designing the app.
This app builder allows you to use an RSS feed to keep your fans up to date on band news and events, lets you upload tracks for fans to listen to while browsing the apps and makes it easy for fans to find information on upcoming shows, buy tickets and get directions.
Do you have an e-commerce store that you’d like to take into the mobile sphere? Then MobiCart might be what you’re looking for. It links up with PayPal to allow any business or consumer with an e-mail address to securely, conveniently and cost-effectively send and receive payments online.
For just $29 a month, MyAppBuilder will create an iPhone or Android app for you. All you have to do is provide content (videos, books, etc.) and their pros will take it from there. You don’t need a technical background to develop an app with MyAppBuilder. They’ll even take care of the hassle of uploading it to the app store for you.
You can use RunRev’s LiveCode to develop your app, which is an English-like language for developing iPhone and Android apps.
With this cross-device platform, you can build live prototypes that use the full capabilities of iOS and Android devices and deploy to whatever platform your customers need. The site is also packed with plenty of tutorials to help you along the way.
Another easy-to-use platform is available via ShoutEm, which is set up for bloggers, students, sports fans, news portals and local publishers. You don’t have to have knowledge of coding to set up your app, and ShoutEm will even take care of the iTunes and Android Marketplace submission process.
Here is a simple, inexpensive way to build, track and update a native mobile app for your business. You create your iPhone and/or Android app online. Once it is available for download via the iTunes Store or Android Marketplace you can update content in real time through SwebApps.
The Android SDK provides you the API libraries and developer tools necessary to build, test, and debug apps for Android.