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VentureBeat Selects Mobile App Builder iBuildApp to Present at DEMOFall 2012(October 04, 2012)
Foster City, CA (PRWEB) October 04, 2012
Mobile app builder iBuildApp announces the company was one of 75 companies invited to present at the 22nd bi-annual DEMO Conference. DEMO is world-renowned for launching the most innovative companies in enterprise, mobile, cloud computing, consumer, social media and disruptive technologies.
DEMO took place October 2, in San Francisco, California. While at DEMO, iBuildApp demonstrated their online app creator that makes it easy to create mobile apps for a wide variety of smartphones. The apps can be created without coding.
The success of Pinterest, and other software, has made many people want to build their own apps. However, there are many barriers to creating custom apps, including the expense. In addition to being expensive, apps take a long time to build, and usually require a software development team.
There are tools such as PhoneGap and Titanium (Appcelerator) that make it easier to develop apps across a few mobile platforms, but they still require programming skills. The current trend is DIY (do it yourself) app building, of which iBuildApp is at the forefront. iBuildApp provides small and fortune 1000 businesses a quick and inexpensive way to build mobile apps.
Rafael Soultanov, CEO of iBuildApp, says iBuildApp has removed the technical barriers to entry in the mobile app building world. Using iBuildApp, users can create custom app features such as their own templates and plugins to upload to their app. With this approach we believe our platform is much different than the rest of the no coding required or app building platforms.
iBuildApp makes it easy to reuse or resell pre-made custom app designs and plugins. This allows non-technical app builders to simply drag and drop components into their apps.
Using the iBuildApp platform, anyone can build, test, and publish apps at http://ibuildapp.com/developers.php Developers and designers can then sell their work to other businesses or mobile app builders in the Marketplace at http://ibuildapp.com/marketplace/home.php
iBuildApp is a patent-pending automated mobile app creation and publishing Platform-as-a-Service. The platform allows any business, group or individual to create and publish a native or a web app for a smartphone or a tablet (currently supporting HTML, iOS and Android) in a matter of minutes. The interface is template-based with widgets to add location (maps), contact us, coupons, video, audio, pictures, RSS, Twitter, Facebook and more.
iBuidApp is a mobile DYI platform for iPhone, iPad, Android and HTML5 apps. Since launching in 2010, there have been over 11 million downloads by over 180,000 businesses (app builders). There are been over 230,000 apps built and over 60,000 apps published and monthly visitors exceed 2.5 million.
Twitter - @iBuildApp
Facebook - http://www.Facebook.com/ibuildapp
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