Appratio

Build apps for iOS, Android, and the web without coding πŸ’₯

#1 Product of the WeekDecember 23, 2019
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Build apps for iOS, Android, and the web. Just use the visual drag & drop editor to customize everything. Plenty of plugins (like OneSignal Push Notifications) are available by default and your apps are ready for any browser, the App Store, and Google Play. πŸŽ‰
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10 Reviews4.5/5
How is this better than Adalo, Glideapps, Bubble, that one have to pay to use (no free plan)? Is this platform more evolved than your competitor?
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@naoba Thanks so much for your question, Naoba! We have a lot of cool features that competitors do not have (yet), e.g., export to iOS and Android apps, OneSignal Push Notifications, AdMob Banner, and Interstitial Ads, ... and much more. The first 30 days are 100% free, so we invite you to try the platform! :)
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@naoba @johncaffier while this kind of makes sense, I can tell you that most likely 30 days are not really enough to explore the features. I have been playing around with Glide, which seems to have less features, for a couple of quarters before figuring out I am ready to build something I would want to show to the general public. So, I second a suggestion to offer a free plan, it could be really limited but it should be actually free to start.
Thanks for this suggestion, @egorka – we are thinking about that! :)
@johncaffier please post here if you do add a free plan )
@naoba I would argue that it doesn't have to be more evolved than any competitors if it serves a specific niche. Sometimes, less features and better usability is the better customer experience.
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@johncaffier Congrats for the launch! It must have been a lot of effort to build a product like this. I didn't use the app so much to give out constructive feedback, but one thing I can say is that the video does not represent the same professionalism as was put into the website and the app itself. But it's still informative and better than not having one! Good luck with this :)
@owenfar1 Thanks so much, Owen! :)
So much love for this idea, great first impression!
@anja_pfeffer That's very nice feedback, Anja – thanks so much!
How does push work?
@jens_schneider Good question, Jens – thanks for posting. Using the integrated OneSignal API, you can notify all of your app users, no matter whether it's in your web app, iOS app, or Android app :)
Looks promising, hoping to try it out. With that said, I’m curious as to why not go the Bubble pricing route where it’s free while you work on the app (given you may be working on it part time, or scattered throughout the year as times fluctuate). This would also be really helpful as virtually all no-code platforms I’ve tried so far have their limitations. A free/branded plan allows users to explore the limitations of their app without worrying about paying a subscription only to find out they can’t build exactly what they wanted to build. 30 days for free might not be enough to see if what a user envisions can truly be built. Just some food for thought.
Thanks, @hiramfromthechi – you are right in your ideas. We will re-think that! :)
@johncaffier glad it could be of help.