Nick AbouzeidWords at Product Hunt ✌️

What programs can you use to build an app without coding?

Curious to see what options are out there 🙌
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19 recommended
  1. 19

    Build a fully functional web app without any code

    Chris DavisFounder, Data Davis · Written
    Bubble makes me feel like I have superpowers at times.
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  2. 12
    Fuse Studio

    The world's first visual, real-time app development tool

    Justin Mitchell9Launching a VR design tool at · Written
    Really impressed with this so far
  3. 6

    All-in-one web design platform

    Cameron RoeProduct + Growth · Written
    Highly recommend Webflow. You can design the app in the browser (HTML, CSS, JS) and migrate it to developers later. I did built a product for a client with this exact workflow and it only took 4 weeks to ship. It's incredibly fast and easy to use.
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  4. 4

    A drag-and-drop tool for anyone to build native mobile apps

    Pavan Sethi15building things. · Written
    I haven't used it yet, but Thunkable just came out with a drag-and-drop type builder for iOS the other day. I remember hearing good things about their Android builder, so I would recommend checking it out.
  5. 3

    Automate manual processes without spreadsheets or code

    Brian SanchezOps, Marketing, Customers at Parabola · Written
    This will create ETL flows, that can function like a mini app, once you activate the automation. It would create an app who's function is to handle data.
  6. 2

    Browse apps instantly without downloading & installing them

    Sajeel TeenahaziWorkaholic | Marketing Enthusiast · Written
    Platform that connects users as well as builder, with the upcoming builder platform.
  7. Chris DavisFounder, Data Davis · Written
    If you're thinking mobile
  8. R SharmaFounder @ w3clan, CoderCV, UserCV & More · Written
    Great tool to start with drag and drop.
  9. 2
    Shoutem v5

    Create React Native, cross-platform mobile apps easily

    Sam CouchEngineer // People Person · Written
    Super easy to use and really pretty apps!
  10. 2
    Ionic Creator V2

    Build better mobile apps, faster

    This is a good tool if you have beginner skills with Nodejs, Angular, but you still want to build an app. It also has an export feature, where you get a project with well-structured code. So you'll start learning with code, instead of looking to empty notepad.
  11. 2

    Native mobile app builder for iOS, Android & Apple Watch

    Даниел Димов made this product
    25 Modules to choose from, 30 Navigations layouts, 200 predefined icons and 12+ color schemes.
  12. I've heard good things about Good Barber too. Might be worth a look. "Since its creation, GoodBarber has reinvented itself time and time again: initially targeted to content publishers, we quickly positioned ourselves to develop a product which could meet new needs, allowing Communities and Local Businesses to join in the app creation process, with unparalleled user experience."
  13. 1
    Game Salad

    I have a game idea. How do I make it?

    PeteCommunity / Social Media Manager · Written
    If you want to build a game without coding, use Game Salad. This is great for learning game development and creating mobile games.
  14. The best drag and drop game builder out there. Easy AF.
  15. Ali AlbooriFounder @weAppz · Written
    Online mobile apps builder for iOS & Android. It will help you to create unlimited apps with no coding skills!
  16. 1
    Jasonette Cross Platform

    Make iOS and Android apps with just a single JSON

    The speed at which you can deploy a cross-platform native app with minimal coding is insane. Very powerful and improving every day!
  17. It has a visual constructor, also an opt-out option to code.
  18. 1
    App Spot

    Make an app, on the spot.

    Imran Ladiwala made this product
    You can make an app, on the spot
  19. 1

    Create iOS & Android apps quickly without coding.

    AppInstituteOnline App Builder, AppInstitute · Written
    We just launched a new feature, you can now build both native apps, and progressive web apps using the AppInstitute app builder. Check it out! We'd love to hear your feedback.