Best developer tools for Android

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Jun 4, 2014 12:36:40 PM via Website

What's up developers!

I've compiled a list of some of the top developer tools for Android, mainly for creating your own app or smartphone optimized website. Here are a few:

Buzztouch: One of the most popular open-source app engines for android. No programming skills necessary.
AppMakr: Another “no coding required” app builder with excellent user support.
ShoutEm: App creator mainly focused on bloggers and publishers, integrates with WordPress, Facebook and Twitter. Again, no programming required to get started.
AppsGeyser: Great tool for building android-friendly websites.
AppYet: Professional and intuitive app creator.
AppyPie: Three-step app builder with simple drag and drop interface.
Mobbase: Cool app maker for bands, artists, DJs, labels, radio stations, general music industry people.

Are there any other useful ones that I've missed? Or better alternatives?

Jul 28, 2014 10:29:09 AM via Website

Scott Adam Gordon

What's up developers!

I've compiled a list of some of the top developer tools for Android, mainly for creating your own app or smartphone optimized website. Here are a few:

Buzztouch: One of the most popular open-source app engines for android. No programming skills necessary.
AppMakr: Another “no coding required” app builder with excellent user support.
ShoutEm: App creator mainly focused on bloggers and publishers, integrates with WordPress, Facebook and Twitter. Again, no programming required to get started.
AppsGeyser: Great tool for building android-friendly websites.
AppYet: Professional and intuitive app creator.
AppyPie: Three-step app builder with simple drag and drop interface.
Mobbase: Cool app maker for bands, artists, DJs, labels, radio stations, general music industry people.

Are there any other useful ones that I've missed? Or better alternatives?

Appery.io - Appery is a cloud-based mobile app builder that you can use to create apps for Android, iOS and Windows Phone, and includes Apache Cordova (Phone Gap) with access to its built-in components.

Mobile Roadie - Mobile Roadie is an app creator that allows anyone to create and manage their own iOS or Android app.

TheAppBuilder - TheAppBuilder provides a suite of apps to suit employees, clients, events and brochures, with two different approaches available.

Good Barber - Good Barber provides a platform to build iPhone and Android apps, allowing you to take control of every detail of your app without producing a single line of code.

Appy Pie - Appy Pie is a cloud-based DIY mobile app creation tool that allows users without programming skills to create an app for Windows, Android and iOS, and publish it to Google Play or iTunes.

AppMachine - AppMachine is an easy-to-use platform to build and design professional native apps for both iOS and Android.

GameSalad - GameSalad allows you to create and publish games for a variety of platforms, including iOS, Android, HTML5 and OS X.

BiznessApps - BiznessApps provides a platform to help create mobile apps for businesses a very simple process.

Aug 20, 2014 3:40:30 AM via Website

I am surprised you have not mentioned mobincube here. I am fairly new to this, but having tried so many (so called Free) app building platforms from this list (appsbar, appypie, appsgeyser etc etc), I find most of them though might offer 'No ads' or 'white labelling', but are very costly.
Yeah even the yearly plans, cos it's just 1 app per plan.
And not everyone can afford to pay for the whole year anyways, when they are not sure if their apps will be a success or not, in the fast expanding app universe.

Of course, nothing beats Buzztouch (3 apps Free with no ads n then just $79 a year for 50 apps) but then again, it is not exactly a drag n drop, download app files n publish kind of platform.

So, What do think of mobincube? Great prices and unlimited apps. That's what everyone wants, I believe.