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Best mobile app building platforms and tools If you've got a great app-worthy idea but your coding skills are minimal, and overflowing mounds of venture capital are conspicuously absent, getting started with an easy-to-use app development platform is your best bet. With instructive guidance on tap, and an abundance of templates to choose from, you'll be able to create good looking mobile apps in no time. In no particular order, here is our top pick of the mobile app building platforms and tools out there. 1. Xojo Xojo claims to be the fastest way to build native iOS apps. This is a cross-platform app development platform, meaning the resulting app can be deployed on Windows, MacOS or any other operating system. The drag and drop tools allow you to instantly and intuitively assemble a beautifully designed interface. And the rich framework provided straight out the box allows you to seamlessly integrate graphics, internet protocols and much more. There is a well-stocked library of help available to beginners too, in the form of example projects, videos, and documents. 2. Unity This is one for all you budding game designers out there. Unity is in fact used in the creation of half the world's games, according to their site. With the platform, you can build once, deploy anywhere (over 25 platforms). The editor comes packed with a range of handy tools to speed up the process, and 'play mode' allows you to get a preview of your most recent work in action. In addition, the high powered real-time rendering engine allows you to craft dazzling graphics of cinematic quality. You can even use the platform to create AR or VR games, as a majority of leading developers already do, such as game studio Ubisoft. The best part is, if you are just starting out, and your revenue or funding doesn't exceed $100k per year, you can start building straight away with a completely free package. 4. ShoutEm ShoutEm is an open source platform that provides developers with a mobile app building offering for designing in React Native, the Javascript code library first developed by Facebook and Instagram. The fifth generation of the platform enables users to create native and cross-platform mobile apps. It provides over 200 customisable layouts and visual styles to meet business needs. 5. RhoMobile RhoMobile's mobile app builder platform is built for both consumers and enterprise developers. It is an open source platform which allows users to build native apps in the cloud. As a true native application, the platform also lets users write cross-platform code using common web skills. It offers device, system and framework access through its API libraries. 6. PhoneGap Adobe PhoneGap is a mobile app builder powered by open web tech. It is an easy-to-use platform that allows users to build cross-platform apps using HTML, CSS and Javascript languages. PhoneGap offers rapid development to allow developers to quickly transfer web development skills that will boost more rapid iterations and releases. 7. AppInstitute AppInstitute offers simple to use modules for mobile app development for SMEs and more. The platform provides the capabilities to build customised apps without having to write any code. It also provides app analytics, push notifications and customer management tools. 8. Appery.io A cloud-based platform with visual development tools and integrated backend services, Appery.io is used by enterprises such as AT&T, ESPN and Samsung. It has a powerful and visual app builder tool. Appery.io comes with lots of useful templates and supports responsive web apps too. 9. Appcelerator Appcelerator's mobile platform offers pre-integrated cloud services and an extensive library of application extensions in its module marketplace. It's a good fit for organisations that need to do multi-OS application development leveraging web-based skill sets. It also houses impressive app usage insights, meaning monitoring your app's performance is pretty simple. 10. AppInstitute Founded in 2011, Nottingham-based AppInstitute provides an app building platform for both iOS and Android that requires no coding at all. AppInstitute offers a range of app templates and a useful drag and drop editor - not to mention a CRM App to monitor app sales, push notifications and analytics. 11. AppMachine AppMachine is the tool that claims to make app-making easy and for anyone. Well, it is one of those tools. At its simplest, it works on the principle of scanning your website and pulling in feeds of content. Then AppMachine allows you to iterate with what it calls 'building blocks'. It is a great and inexpensive way of getting a minimum viable product live. 12. AppMakr AppMakr will help you take your content or service, and create native iPhone and Android Apps as well as an HTML5 Mobile Website. It is a code-free solution that can take just minutes - great for getting *something* up, with the caveats that all such services require. With AppMakr, you'll be able to take advantage of built-in notifications, total customisation and real-time app 13. AppYourself AppYourself let you create an Android app for around €50. Users can benefit from partnerships with Open Table and Resmio so including ecommerce capabilities is relatively straight forward. AppYourself has a long list of building blocks and the interface is very easy to use. It truly offers a slick and accessible platform for building apps. 14. Appy Pie Another of the plethora of hosted app-building applications, Appy Pie allows you to edit your apps, and publish on just about every available platform. You'll be able to create applications for Windows phones, Blackberry and Fire OS (Kindle) as well as Android and iOS, which is pretty impressive. Although, you'll need to be on their premium plan for this, which cost $50 a month. There is a basic version for $15 per month if you want to make Android only applications. 15. Bizness Apps Built as the app maker for small businesses, Bizness Apps offers a simple way to aggregate existing content from websites and social media. You can see changes in real-time, and absolutely no programming expertise is required. Which will make it useful for the SMB that just needs an app right now, and less useful for those for whom an app is central. 16. Como Como users can choose their template and navigational style and even add their own artwork. The main apps available for creation centre around calendar integration, music, restaurant and event apps with useful features such as loyalty card schemes available to add. 17. GameSalad GameSalad is an app-making tool with a difference, and the clue is in the name. Yes, it lets you make salad. No, games. Definitely games. Gamesalad claims that you can build a game in an hour. GameSalad supports all major OS' including Amazon and Windows. 18. Good Barber Good Barber's claim to fame is that it makes beautiful-looking apps, via a simple four-step process. Unlike most of the easy app makers, it puts design out front, and then lets you add content later. That being said, it's content management capabilities are very impressive. Making an app really is simple with Good Barber. 19. iBuildApp With a simple drag and drop editor, built-in CMS and over 1,000 app templates, iBuildApp seems like the ultimate all-rounder when it comes to creating well-designed apps, with little coding knowledge. You can choose the sector you work in and sift through the associated templates. According to iBuildApp, over 15,000 businesses use it worldwide, accumulating to more than 2 million users. 20. jQuery Mobile Part of the nonprofit Software Freedom Conservancy's jQuery open source project, jQuery Mobile is a good fit for organisations that need an open source mobile web framework that will allow them to leverage existing jQuery skills. The framework provides the ability to use HTML, JavaScript and CSS to build interactive mobile Web pages for an array of smartphones, and it can be used with PhoneGap to build hybrid mobile applications. It doesn't have the sleek feel of others listed, but it shouldn't be written off by any means. 21. Kalipso Kalipso offers mobile app development for Windows, Android and Microsoft OS focusing on the process, not the code. Key features include a drag and drop editor, free runtimes, built-in GPS, database synchronisation, multi-language and technical support. This builder also offers lots of lovely themes for you to choose from. 22. Kony When it first debuted in 2007, Kony focused on consumer-facing applications, but has since added B2E capabilities, through organic growth. Kony's platform is a good fit for projects that require the use of native features on an array of mobile devices. The environment can be used to build apps once for tablets, smartphones, feature phones, mobile browsers and even desktop browsers, and then deploy to all of them. 23. LiveBlox LiveBlox, by Apulus allows users to 'develop cool technology without coding' via 'Blox', blocks of code that can link together to create a meaningful application. Top features include: drag and drop editor, GUI builder, video, export applications, 3D engine and a plug-in system. 24. Mobile Roadie Mobile Roadie has worked with some pretty big names. What sets it apart from others is the number of beautiful design templates and available additional features. Mobile Roadie boasts fan walls, chat, music playing and geo-targeting capabilities. But all these features do come at a price. Mobile Roadie is seriously good. 25. NativeScript Named a leader for mobile application development by Gartner in the 2017 Magic Quadrant, NativeScript is an open source framework that packs quite the punch. Users are able to create native apps with JavaScript, Agular and TypeScript, and easily reuse code, saving you lots of time. NativeScript creates iOS and Android apps from one single codebase and provides lots of helpful guides to 26. Outsystems Outsystems is a low-code application platform designed to create, deploy, manage customised applications. All apps are produced with security integrated, so for those looking to build an app that could contain sensitive information, this could be an excellent option. 27. TheAppBuilder TheAppBuilder is a mobile development tool aimed squarely at the enterprise. With an impressive client list that includes Heathrow Airport, TheAppBuilder has build modes for both employee apps and outward-facing software. 28. Viziapps Viziapps is an easy to use platform for creating business apps. Users can design, test and publish apps using the simple drag and drop editor, so it's ideal for those who lack coding skills. Viziapps also provides extensive third-party plug-ins and the ViziApps Studio to allow users to see their app run on their own mobile devices. 29. Verivo Software Verivo Software specialises in lightweight, native client-side applications, making it a strong choice for enterprises that need to support a wide array of device types and platforms with limited development resources. To help provide a consistent, native user experience across platforms, Verivo provides visual/functional elements that can be shared across platforms. 30. Xamarin from Microsoft In February 2016, Microsoft acquired mobile app development platform Xamarin. Developers can easily create apps using C# to produce native apps for iOS, Android and Windows. What's more, Xamarin provides an interactive dashboard offering real-time data about active users, session and other useful metrics. This acquisition is said to add to Microsoft's drive for software innovation on an open platform.

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