AppMachine will officially go live on Wednesday, June 12. Following a three-month beta phase in which 24,000 testers participated, now everybody will be able to create their own app and publish it in the app stores.
AppMachine allows you to build your own app, but creating a design … there are so many possibilities. Are you unable to figure things out by yourself? Or would you like your app to have a magical appearance, but you don’t have the time? Well then, why not let a pro design your app? AppMachine’s designers are here to help you.
You’ve built an app and published it to the stores. Now you have to let the world know that your useful app is available. You want all your customers, colleagues, fans, or members to know that you have an app and that it can be easily installed on your iOS and Android phones. Here are seven tips to promote your app.
Thousands of apps were made with AppMachine during the beta, by people all over the world. But the first self-made AppMachine apps that reached the app stores were those of Club Red, a disco in the Dutch town of Leeuwarden, and that of Travel With Bender, a travel blog. How was it to work with AppMachine, we asked Martin Meindertsma from Club Red and Josh Bender.
The Bevrijdingsfestival on May 5th is the biggest one-day cultural festival in the Netherlands. A dazzling spectacle of 14 festivals, 40 stages, 250 bands, one million visitors, and… one really cool app built collaboratively using AppMachine.