Over the weekend Indigo Rose Software announced the public launch of Andromo – a free online app maker for creating 100% native Android apps without coding. To date, 39,732 beta-testers have built 52,973 apps with this new service that gives users the ability to customize the appearance of their apps and add features by picking from a list of popular activities.
Businesses and entrepreneurs of all kinds can get creative by using Facebook and Twitter feeds, websites, interactive maps, Flickr photo galleries, and more. Companies that rely on customers contacting them for service or reservations can add ‘phone us’ or ‘email us’ features to their apps. Bands and musicians can incorporate music players, soundboards, and YouTube videos to share music and performances with fans.
With over 850,000 Android devices activated every day, having an app that is specifically tailored to the Android platform is crucial. Entrepreneurs who want to communicate with Android users and maintain a following need to create reliable, 100% pure Android apps. Unlike cross-platform app makers, Andromo was designed to build professional Android apps that make full use of the interface and functions that are unique to Android devices.
Andromo users can profit from their apps in two ways, through advertising or through app sales. Andromo users share in 50% of the ad impression revenue generated by their apps. For those who want to sell their app, the ads can be removed for the introductory price of $99. Apps can be published for sale in the Google Play Android Market where they are placed in front of an audience of tens of millions.
“What app designers love most about Andromo is that they can create rock-solid Android apps with zero coding,” says Indigo Rose Software President Colin Adams. “Apps made with cross-platform app makers are frustrating for Android users because they don’t ‘get’ the way Android works, looks and feels. We generate no compromise apps specifically designed for Android devices.”
Andromo has been producing market-tested apps since its beta release, with 1,500+ apps already published in Google Play. New features are continually being added to the Andromo service.