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    Best developer tools for Android

    What's up developers!

    I've compiled a list of some of the top developer tools for Android, mainly for creating your own app or smartphone optimized website. Here are a few:

    Buzztouch: One of the most popular open-source app engines for android. No programming skills necessary.
    AppMakr: Another “no coding required” app builder with excellent user support.
    ShoutEm: App creator mainly focused on bloggers and publishers, integrates with WordPress, Facebook and Twitter. Again, no programming required to get started.
    AppsGeyser: Great tool for building android-friendly websites.
    AppYet: Professional and intuitive app creator.
    AppyPie: Three-step app builder with simple drag and drop interface.
    Mobbase: Cool app maker for bands, artists, DJs, labels, radio stations, general music industry people.

    Are there any other useful ones that I've missed? Or better alternatives?

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    The list provided are absolutely right..All these tools are very important for developer


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    Best Tools

    Quote Originally Posted by Andy James View Post
    What's up to developers!

    I've compiled a list of some of the top developer tools for Android, mainly for creating your own app or smartphone-optimized website. Here are a few:

    Buzztouch: One of the most popular open-source app engines for android. No programming skills necessary.
    AppMakr: Another “no coding required” app builder with excellent user support.
    ShoutEm: App creator mainly focused on bloggers and publishers, integrates with WordPress, Facebook, and Twitter. Again, no programming required to get started.
    AppsGeyser: Great tool for building android-friendly websites.
    AppYet: Professional and intuitive app creator.
    AppyPie: Three-step app builder with simple drag and drop interface.
    Mobbase: Cool app maker for bands, artists, DJs, labels, radio stations, general music industry people.

    Are there any other useful ones that I've missed? Or better alternatives?
    Very well mentioned all, thanks for sharing the useful inputs



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