6 Websites to Create Android Applications without Coding

India is one of the paradise of Android smartphones . Tens of millions of Android users are currently in India. Such a large market share is certainly a shame if left unchecked.

Maybe some of you think making an Android application is difficult, must be good at coding, must be good at Java, must be a child of computer science, and others.

But not anymore, because there are already many applications and sites that allow us to easily create Android applications. Without bothering to learn Java, without having to be good at coding, without having to be a child of computer science, just drag and drop and some little settings, you can create your own Android application. Come on, see the following explanation.

1. Appery.io

Appery.io is one of the first sites to offer enterprise mobile application development with an integrated backend service and rich in API plugins that will simplify integration with cloud services and enterprise systems. Appery.io combines the ease of visual development with the power of JavaScript to quickly make mobile applications on various devices.

Appery.io is already quite well known in the world of developing mobile applications . More than 30 sites have discussed Appery.io in their articles since 2012. Some of them are InfoWorld, SDTimes, TechTarget, CloudTimes, ChinaTimes, infoTech, ComputerWorld, etc.

Appery.io has 5 package choices, namely Starter, Standard, Pro, Premium, and Enterprise. For early users, we can use the Starter package which is available for free for 1 application with a maximum of 3 pages. Although it's free, Appery.io continues to provide 1,000,000 API calls, 1GB of storage, and still provides support through its Customer Service and Technical Service. More details about the price of each package visit the page http://appery.io/pricing/.

Because Appery.io is available through the cloud , it doesn't need to be what we download or install, all we need is the latest web browser so that the Appery.io features can run well. A visual editor is available to drag and drop components to build the interface. After all, i made the application not only available for Android, but also iOS and Windows Phone.

2. AppMachine

Next is AppMachine. This site we can use to create Android and iOS applications with a professional look. AppMachine provides a drag and drop interface and is combined with a variety of building blocks that offer various features, such as information, photos, videos, etc.

Unfortunately, using AppMachine is enough to drain the bag. In order to make an Android application we have to register in the Plus package, while the cheapest package is Basic, which only provides HTML5 applications.

3. AppMakr

With AppMakr we can create quality Android applications without coding . Applications made are also released on our behalf, not on behalf of AppMakr. We can use AppMakr for free with advertisements in the applications we make, or if we don't want ads in the applications we make, as well as other features, we can register for one of two paid packages.

AppMakr is available in 14 International languages, namely English, Arabic, Mandarin, Spanish, French, Indian, Japanese, Persian, Portuguese, Sinhala, Tamil, Thai, Turkish, and Indian.

Like other sites, AppMakr has an interface that makes it easy for us to create Android applications, just drag the component from the left to the smartphone window in the middle. Headers, icons, and background images are also available.


4. Appy Pie

Appy Pie is the next site that can create Android applications without coding . No need to install or download, just drag and drop to create the desired application. After completion, the application created can be published to the Play Store or Apple App Store. Apart from Android and iOS, applications that are made can also run on Blackberry, Windows and Kindle. Sites like Mashable, Wired, TechCrunch, Forbes, Gigaom, ZDNet, TNW, and VentureBeat have discussed Appy Pie on its website.

Appy Pie now also provides Game Builder features. With this feature, we can also make mobile games.

There are four choices of packages, namely Free, Basic, Gold, and Platinum. Free packages are available for free, but can only make applications for HTML5 and Android and features that are very limited and there are advertisements in our application.

5. Good Barber

GoodBarber has a large selection of themes and is very beautiful. Want to use cloud themes or games ? Everything is available. 350 more icons with very fine designs are available for use. In addition, there are also more than 600 Google Fonts that can be selected to enhance the appearance of our application. Through this site, we can make Android, iPhone, and web applications for mobile applications.

Everything offered by Good Barber unfortunately does not come free. We have to spend enough to use this site. For more information, visit the page http://www.goodbarber.com/pricing/

6. MIT App Inventor

App Inventor is a project from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) which aims to teach everyone (especially beginners) to make Android applications with the block-based programming tool. Initially this application was developed by Professor Hal Abelson on Google.

App Inventor also runs on the web maintained by MIT Media Lab in collaboration with MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL). App Inventor supports more than 3 million users from 195 countries. This application is used by more than 100 thousand active users every week which has made more than 7 million Android applications.

A simple display of App Inventor allows beginners to learn to make Android applications more easily. Simply drag and drop the Pallete from the left to the Viewer section. Each component can be adjusted through the Properties section. It is called using a block based programming tool because when creating the appearance of this application in the Viewer section, we arrange its components in the form of component blocks, which overlap.