6 Website to Create Android Applications without Coding

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In my country Indonesia is one of Android smartphone paradise. Tens of millions of Android users are currently in Indonesia. Market share is so great would be a pity if left.

Maybe some of you think making Android app is hard, must be good coding, Java should be a champion, should be a child of computer science, and others.
6 Website to Create Android Applications without Coding

But now no longer, because there are already many applications and sites that allow us to make Android applications easily. Without bothering to learn Java, without having a good coding, without having to be a child of computer science, just drag and drop and some settings a little, you can make your own Android app. Let's see the following exposure.
  • Appery.io
    Appery.io is one of the first sites to offer mobile enterprise application development with an integrated backend service and a rich API plugin that will simplify integration with cloud services and enterprise systems. Appery.io combines the ease of visual development with the power of JavaScript to quickly build mobile apps across devices.

    Appery.io is well known in the world of mobile app development. More than 30 sites have discussed Appery.io in their article since 2012. Some of them are InfoWorld, SDTimes, TechTarget, CloudTimes, ChinaTimes, infoTech, ComputerWorld, etc.

    Appery.io has 5 package options, namely Starter, Standard, Pro, Premium, and Enterprise. For initial users, we can use the free Starter package available for 1 application with maximum 3 pages. Although free, Appery.io still provides 1,000,000 API calls, 1GB of storage, and provides support through its Customer Service and Technical Service. More details about the price of each package visit the http://appery.io/pricing/ page.

    Since Appery.io is available through the cloud, there is no need for us to download or install, which we need only the latest web browsers in order for Appery.io features to work properly. A visual editor is available to drag and drop components to build their interfaces. After convenient, the created app is not only available for Android, but also iOS and Windows Phone.
  • AppMachine
    Next is AppMachine. This site can be used to create Android and iOS apps with professional look. AppMachine provides a drag and drop interface and is combined with a variety of building blocks that offer a variety of features, such as information, photos, videos, etc.

    Unfortunately, using AppMachine is quite a drain pouch. In order to make Android app we have to register in Plus package, while the cheapest package that Basic only provide HTML5 application.
  • AppMakr
    With AppMakr we can create quality Android apps without coding. The created apps are also released on our behalf, not on behalf of AppMakr. We can use AppMakr for free with the ads in the application that we created, or if you do not want any ads in the application that we created, as well as other features, we can register one of the two paid packages.

    AppMakr is available in 14 International languages namely English, Arabic, Mandarin, Spanish, French, Indian, Japanese, Persian, Portuguese, Sinhala, Tamil, Thai, Turkish, and Indonesian.

    Like other sites, AppMakr has an interface that allows us to create Android applications, simply drag the component from the left to the existing smartphone window in the middle. Headers, icons, and background images are also available.
  • Appy Pie
    Appy Pie is the next site that can make Android app without coding. No need to install or download, just drag and drop to create the desired application. Once done, the created app can be published to the Play Store or Apple App Store. In addition to Android and iOS, apps created can also run on Blackberry, Windows and Kindle. Sites like Mashable, Wired, TechCrunch, Forbes, Gigaom, ZDNet, TNW, and VentureBeat have discussed Appy Pie on its website.

    Appy Pie now also provides Game Builder features. With this feature, we can also create mobile games.

    There are four choices of packages, namely Free, Basic, Gold, and Platinum. Free packages are available for free, but can only make applications for HTML5 and Android and features very limited and there are ads in our application.
  • Good Barber
    GoodBarber has a great selection of themes and is very pretty. Want to use a cloud or gaming theme? Everything is available. 350 more icons with very fine design available for use. In addition, there are also more than 600 Google Fonts to choose from to enhance the look of our app. Through this site, we can create Android applications, iPhone, and web applications for mobile.

    All that is offered by Good Barber unfortunately does not come for free. We have to spend deep enough to use this site. For more information visit http://www.goodbarber.com/pricing/
  • MIT App Inventor
    App Inventor is a project of Massachuset Institute of Technology (MIT) that aims to teach everyone (especially beginners) to create Android applications with block-based programming tool. Initially this application was developed by Professor Hal Abelson at Google.

    App Inventor also runs on the web maintained by MIT Media Lab in collaboration with MIT Computer Science and the Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL). App Inventor supports more than 3 million users from 195 countries. This application is used more than 100 thousand active users each week that has made more than 7 million Android applications.

    The simple look of App Inventor allows beginners to learn to make Android apps easier. Simply drag and drop Pallete from left to Viewer section. Each component can be set its value through the Properties. Called using block based programming tool because when creating this application view in the Viewer section, we arrange the components in the form of component blocks, which are stacked together.

    MIT App Inventor can be visited through their official website at http://appinventor.mit.edu/explore/index-2.html.

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