I am not a developer, but I can vehemently point out that technology has simplified most of the jobs associated with coding and app development.
However, there are a plethora of app building platforms that you can leverage to create and develop apps without necessarily spending lots of money.
has Variety of templates and navigational style. You can edit, or add your artwork. Although, the major apps available on this platform centers around calendar integration, music, restaurant and event apps with useful features such as loyalty card schemes available you can even add as well.
The name GameSalad could be funny but yet confusing. It is a unique app-making tool that you can use to can build a game in an hour. Within an hour, you are done.
Appery is a cloud-based mobile app builder that you can use to create apps for Android, iOS and Windows Phone, and includes Apache Cordova (Phone Gap) with access to its built-in components.
The Kalipso is a platform that offers mobile app development for Android and Microsoft OS. The platform has drag and drop editor, database synchronization technical support, etc. However, it focuses on the process, not the code.
LiveBlox allows users to ‘develop cool technology without coding’ via ‘Blox,’ blocks of code that can link together to create a meaningful application. However, some of its features include drag and drop editor, GUI builder, video, export applications, 3D engine and a plug-in system.
Appcelerator’s mobile platform that offers pre-integrated cloud services and an extensive library of application in its module marketplace. This platform is a good fit for organizations that need to do multi-OS application development leveraging web-based skill sets.
Kony is a platform for projects that require the use of regular features of smartphones to build apps. Initially, Kony had focused on consumer-facing applications but has added B2E capabilities, through organic growth.