FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
(Burlingame, CA)—By the year 2018, telecommunications research surveys indicate that over one-third of consumers worldwide (approximately 2.56 billion people) will own smartphones. Because smartphones rneed applications in order to run properly, this presents a tremendous opportunity for business owners and mobile app developers to reach an unprecedented number of consumers right where they are.
It is with this opportunity in mind that iBuildApp, a premier mobile app development platform, is unveiling its Apple iPhone and Google Android source code for the mobile apps it creates. The iBuildApp team has been developing this source code for the last 4.5 years and is now ready to share it with any Apple or android open source developer who uses the system. The company’s iOS and Android apps are already available on GitHub for developers and are widely used by the mobile development community.
Rafael Soultanov, a spokesperson for iBuildApp, stated “iBuildApp’s purpose is to make it extremely simple for business owners and developers to create custom mobile apps that fit their needs. With a drag-and-drop interface, custom app widgets and features are never any more than just a few clicks away. What makes iBuildApp stand out from other similar services and software is that it completely eliminates any technical barrier that anyone would face to building feature-rich mobile apps.”
Soultanov goes on to say, “What releasing our source code does is allow mobile app developers to see exactly how the apps run. Knowing the specifics behind the source code makes it easier for developers get a full understanding of how the apps work. It is our hope that every Android or apple mobile developer will use this new understanding to build more advanced apps that truly fit the mobile app market’s current needs.”
“With over one-third of the population expected to own smartphones within the next three years, being able to develop the best apps that give those people exactlywhat they need is crucial. We have previously released the source code for mobile widgets as well as the android and iOS sdk . The iBuildApp team has plans in place to continue releasing additional codes that will allow developers to continue on in their work of creating and offering only the best and most innovative mobile apps.”
iBuildApp is an easy-to-use mobile app creation, hosting and management platform that allows businesses to create and publish an iPhone or Android app in a matter of minutes. The solution-based web interface has widgets for just about anything a business owner may want to provide to their customers, including contact information, coupons, audio and video, RSS, and social media feeds. With a design and widgets marketplace that offers graphic designers and developers a place to sell mobile templates and custom modules for businesses and individuals to drag and drop right into their app, iBuildApp’s ultimate goal is to help businesses create the perfect mobile application with just a few mouse clicks.
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