If you are interested in this No-Code thing, it is very likely that you want to learn about mobile apps. They are everywhere! From the usual suspects like social networks and dating apps, passing to delivery services and e-commerces, to Coronavirus tracking or religious software developments. No wonder you want in!
But where to go once you have your idea for your app? It's not an easy question, for sure, because there are countless tools you can work with in order to reach this goals. If you choose the No-Code route, well, let us recommend five tools that can make your idea a reality.
Let me ask you a question: Have you ever done a slide deck? Oh, great, then you are basically good to go with Adalo. This tool is probably one of the most well known in the No-Code movement, and with good reason. You can make your app without any programming knowledge and have professional looking results in very little time. Adalo is also constantly updating new components and actions so you can iterate your app and stay up to date with the trends, and you can launch it natively with ease in both, the App Store and the Google Play Store. You can start exploring this tool for free!
Glide's elevator pitch is this: "Create an app from a Google Sheet in five minutes, for free." I don't know about you, but that sounds super enticing and it makes me want to try it right away. No surprises on why it's been gaining all this popularity. Also, if you're thinking something like 'yeah, it must be easy to create, but maybe it won't look or work like a real app', let me stop you there. People at NASA, NASA, use apps created in Glide. So, is it good enough for you? As with Adalo, there's a free plan.
Ok, maybe you want something a bit different. Maybe you're not looking for your run-of-the-mill app. You are after the internet of things, after, perhaps, voice apps. Well, you can stop looking, because Voiceflow is the one for you. Create apps for Alexa or Google Assistant without coding. Voiceflow offers a visual interface that makes it easy to understand and create, and has done so for brands such as The New York Times, Amazon, Best Buy, and more. As with our previous tools, you can try this for free.
Written very nonchalantly on a corner of their landing page, it says: "Trusted by 7 million businesses worldwide!" No big deal, just SEVEN MILLION BUSINESSES. Appy Pie's approach to No-Code software creation is not only appreciated for that huge amount of users, but by critics too; just take a look at the G2 awards they won this year! Try it out with their free trial!
Ok, so what could be better than having an awesome tool in which you can create your mobile app? Well, having an awesome tool in which you can create a mobile app, and also having a team to back you up so that your project is successful. Buildfire's consultation option offers just that. And you can try all the other perks that the tool have in a 14 day free trial.
Do you know a tool that we might not? Tell us about it and let us know if you try any of the ones we recommended here!
See you next time!