Import your photos and images, RSS feeds, Twitter and Facebook accounts, and YouTube Channels from your website.
Use all of our 30+ blocks to make your app as interesting as possible. Add content. Sell products, show data and inform clients.
View your changes live on your smartphone while you are building. Or use the browser simulator on your computer.
Choose a template or change any pixel you want. Modify all colorsettings to give your app a stunning look & feel.
Change every image or even buttons using our pre-cut Photoshop template. Or have your app designed by a Pro.
Choose from our 15 navigation templates: Sliding menu, tab bar, icon menu and many more.
Import Excel files and create pages with drag and drop simplicity. Use the Checkout block to make your app an e-commerce revenue center.
Use XML, JSON or REST API calls to bring web services to your app. Use GET or POST webservices so users can add data.
Use our built in Layout Manager to quickly give your lists a custom look and feel. Use default layouts or drag and drop your own.
Publish one app in the apps stores and get an app that works on iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows Phone 8 (coming soon) and even as a mobile web app. AppMachine delivers Native apps to give your users the best experience.
Fill in all the App Store information and we take care of the rest. AppMachine submits your apps to the Apple App Store, Google Play Store and Windows Phone 8 Store. We check your app upfront to guarantee a fast Apple approval.
AppMachine provides all published apps with a free app site to easily market and promote your app. Anyone who uses it on their smartphone can download your app directly from Apple’s App Store and Google Play.
We’ll also give you a QR code, which you can link to promotional material that allows everyone to download the app directly. This lowers every threshold and makes the download as easy as possible.
AppMachine comes with a single-view dashboard to track and analyze your app’s usage data. Drill down into any graphic to find out exactly what your users are doing with your app.
If you use Google Analytics to gather web stats, you can use that and link it to your app. It’s useful having them side-by-side. AppMachine’s statistics are considerably more detailed.