Just weeks into Andromo ‘s official release, there are 55,483 users signed up to make custom Android apps  online. Andromo is an online web service for creating Android apps without coding. Aspiring app developers can now make their own professional app in minutes.
Andromo’s visual, no-programming process makes it easy for anyone to design a sophisticated app in minutes. Users create apps by choosing from a list of popular features such as Twitter feeds, Facebook pages, interactive maps, soundboards, Flickr photo galleries, and more. By mixing and matching these activities, Andromo users have already made a wide range of apps including travel guides, how-to e-books, apps for promoting their businesses, social networking apps, and more.
In addition to its fast and easy design process, Andromo offers a quick path to profit for app designers. Once all the desired activities have been selected, Andromo generates a finished app and delivers it to the developer by email in minutes. The app is ready to post in the Google Play Android Market in front of an audience of tens of millions. Andromo users already have 2,000+ apps published in the Google Play app store.
Unlike cross-platform app makers, Andromo builds native apps that are uniquely “Android” in style and functionality. Having a reliable, 100% native Android app is important for entrepreneurs who want to reach Android device users. Cross-platform apps seldom incorporate the Android interface or work flow in their presentation and risk alienating Android users. With over 850,000 Android devices activated every day, having an app made specifically for this platform is critical.
“Developers love the variety of cool features that they can mix and match in their apps. Plus we’re always adding new stuff based directly on their feedback,” says Andromo founder Colin Adams. “Our users have made everything from restaurant locators, to sports fan apps, to on-the-go resources for churches and schools. Plus, they know they’re making 100% pure Android apps and keeping their followers happy.”