Cloud based mobile app builder, Appy Pie launches out of beta
17 Apr 2013

Cloud based mobile app builder, Appy Pie has announced its out-of-beta launch today after months of closed testing. Founded by Abhinav Girdhar, CEO of the venture the solution lets all and sundry to create an app for iOS and Android-based mobile phones. The fully functional and customized apps can be created in categories like mobile games, navigational tools, e-book readers and business utilities among others.

So far in its testing stage, the platform has got over 1,000 apps submitted to its marketplace out of the which approximately 750 have been published for instant download on a variety of mobile devices. 

“Appy Pie saves users time, frustration and most importantly, money by allowing them to build apps with maximum functionality and minimal experience. We have done everything we can to take the headache out of what would normally be an extremely backbreaking science. Appy Pie’s App Builder makes everything simple to create and augment, whether you’re an experienced coder or a small business entrepreneur,” said Abhinav Girdhar, CEO of Appy Pie. 

The free version of the service lets users build HTML5 apps for free. For a fee, Appy Pie creates Apple App Store or Google Play developer accounts and uploads the app straight to the app store. It also provides monetization options, customer support and Google Analytics for paying customers.

The company will soon extend its services to Blackberry and Windows operating systems.

Presently, the platform has more than 40 paid subscribers to their service, as well as a handful of resellers around the globe since beta testing began, that have repurposed Appy Pie’s API for their own white label purposes.


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