May 5th, 2011

Ever wanted to build your very own Android (or iOS) app to show off to your friends and family just how tech savvy you are? Maybe you have a business or church and were wondering just how much know how it would take to make your own app. Well, today I came across this site called Appsbar.

Appsbar is a web service that allows you to build a multifunctional app for either Android or iOS. I’ve actually come across a few other sites that offer the similar services but none that offer as many features – and none that do it for FREE.

How in depth you want to get with your app is up to you. It supports all kinds of useful features like an event notifier for delivering real-time or scheduled notifications to users, support for RSS feeds, photos and videos. I know it may sound a little intimidating if you’re not too tech savvy (even I still consider myself a noob when it comes to “computer things”). Luckily enough Appsbar provided a video showing off just how easy it is to make an app and get that sucker published into the Android Market (or AppStore) in no time. Oh yeah, you may want to turn your speakers down before watching.

I’m going to tinker around with this as soon as I get off work and I already have a few good ideas for making a Mother’s Day app and even something fun for my church. If you guys get around to trying it out, please leave your feedback below. I would love to hear your experiences.

[Via IntoMobile]

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