California-based free app builder Appy Pie launched in India
Appy Pie, the leading free App Builder from California, is now available to Indian users.
New Delhi : Appy Pie, the leading free App Builder from California, is now available to Indian users.
App Pie's App Builder enables users to design a professional-looking app without writing any code by selecting a theme from the gallery, dragging and dropping desired elements such as text, images, and videos and then publishing the App to Google Play and iTunes App Store.
The tool is unlike other standalone app creation tools as this App Builder is integrated with plenty of third-party applications. Appy Pie's App Builder simplifies the process of making frequent content updates by storing all the content in Appy Pie's app area. Whenever content in the app area is modified, the corresponding page in the app gets updated automatically.
Appy Pie is a SME focused platform that will help small businesses in converting their existing websites into an app and help SMEs in creating an app with following essential features like, business showcase, turn by turn GPS directions, one touch call, push notifications, customer feedback, loyalty cards, coupons, event calendar, m-commerce, food ordering, audio & video streaming, Social Media Integration and many more such features.
"We strive hard to give our best response to the rapid growth of the Mobile App usage in the emerging markets, and a significant part of these demands are coming from India. With the Digital India Campaign gaining steam, we wish to participate in the India growth story by launching our services here," said Abhinav Girdhar, Founder, Appy Pie.
Appy Pie, an award-winning mobile application development company, is also offering an inaugural 40 percent discount on its Yearly and Lifetime Plans. The Coupon Code for availing this offer is APPYBDAY.
Appy Pie is leading Cloud-based mobile apps builder software that allows everyone to create free mobile apps. There is nothing to download or install, no programming required - just drag and drop.