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Best App Maker 2014 - App Builders and Creators - BusinessNewsDaily

Best App Maker 2014 - App Builders and Creators - BusinessNewsDaily
Credit: Bloomua / Shutterstock When searching for the best app makers, we looked for solutions that are affordable and let you create professional-looking apps without having any coding skills. We also looked for key features such as pre-made templates, push notifications, social media integration, location-based services, loyalty programs, mobile commerce capabilities, customization options and the ability to create apps for Android devices, iPhones and iPads. Additionally, we looked for app makers that are designed for beginners and offer specific features for retailers. Here is a roundup of our best picks and how we chose them. To help you find the right app maker for your business, check out our complete guide How to Make an App: Choosing the Right App Maker For You. GoodBarber Read Review Pricing Starts at $16 per month Platforms iOS, Android, HTML5 Support One-to-one, online form, social media, Skype Appy Pie offers the best value for small business. Cost.

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Room Escape Maker - Create Escape The Room Games For Free Basic information ROOM ESCAPE MAKER is a free online application to create Escape The Room games. Build challenging casual point and click games with puzzles, hidden objects, safes with combination locks, and much more. YOU are game designer. And for free :-) Creating Computer Games with MaKey MaKey and Scratch Last week, I took advantage of two newer additions to my library district's programming supplies to offer a school-age STEAM maker program. I had sent to my branch one of our mobile computer labs--8 laptops, plus an instructor laptop, so those of us without dedicated program computer lab space can offer computer programs--and a kit of MaKey MaKeys, and a group of 9-12 year olds and I set to creating our own computer games with the added excitement of using the MaKeys to play them. Here's what we did. Part I: MaKey MaKeys To get things started, I introduced how circuits work; completing a circuit is key to getting the MaKeys to function properly, so the introduction seemed apt.

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