RawApps.com announces the launch of their mobile app generator, a web based application builder that allows anyone with a blog, YouTube channel, RSS feed or Flickr feed to build an app and preview it online.
The web based service is quick and free to use for anyone who visits RawApps.com. Building an app on the site takes only a few steps and allows users to preview what their content will look like through an iPhone simulator. The whole process can take as little as two minutes or as much as ten minutes depending on the level of customization. Some of the features which can customized include the ability to upload an application icon, splash page, add feeds from various blogs, organize them in a particular order as well adjusting the font colors. Once a visitor has completed the process they’re given the option to save it for future viewing as well as a “share url” so they if they feel they need feedback from friends and colleagues they can forward the link.
The process is simple and only takes a total of five steps. In order to get started, a publisher must simply visit RawApps.com. From there, they will be guided through the simple steps of entering their URL, RSS feed, YouTube channel etc to search for content. The next steps will guide them through the process customizing the app with their logos, graphics and colors. For publishers who are interested in additional customization RawApps also offers development services as a separate cost.
This innovative approach to mobile app development has simplified the process and made it accessible to blog publishers and the like. By allowing visitors to build an app using web based app generator, more and more users are realizing that the process can be a lot less daunting than one would have thought.
As the demand for mobile application development continues to rise, so too will the company’s product offerings. In the coming weeks RawApps will be announcing an affiliate program as well as new templates for the online app builder.
RawApps.com is the mobile media division of RawShorts.com a new media organization whose video clients have included Walmart, Fedex, Chrysler Corp, Universal Picture and ESPN to name a few. Their development work has been noted and featured in publications such as Advertising Age, MediaWeek, The Long Tail and The Miami Herald.