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LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–lt;a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/appdemos?src=hash" target="_blank"gt;#appdemoslt;/agt;–AppOnboard, the world’s leading app development platform for instant apps and app demos that transforms complex apps and games into lightweight native app experiences, today announced the launch of AppOnboard Studio. This new tool set allows creative designers to build an app demo without engineering resources or the knowledge of how to code. This no-code tool also enables app demos to become shareable via social platforms and SMS.
“AppOnboard Studio enables anyone with an idea and creative assets to build an app demo,” said Jonathan Zweig, CEO and co-founder, AppOnboard. “Our easy-to-use tool set completely eliminates all barriers of entry to app development, whether it be the cost or availability of engineering staff or the knowledge of how to code. It is truly a product that takes you from art to app.”
There are three easy steps to creating an app demo with AppOnboard Studio: import your creative assets, design and build your app demo experience, and publish your app demo. With these built-in steps, designers can turn app concepts and ideas into interactive app demos in a matter of minutes.
From the consumer perspective, AppOnboard app demos eliminate the need to download an app in order to experience an app’s features and content. This saves consumers time and resources by preserving precious available space on their devices. By also allowing apps to become shareable via social platforms, SMS, or elsewhere, AppOnboard enables consumers and creators alike to spread the word about their favorite app demos.
“Having built 14 of the first 100 games ever to launch on the App Store, our team has had a front row seat to the boundless stream of app ideas for over a decade. What we’ve recognized is that some of the best ideas have come from those who have never built an app,” added Zweig. “We are so excited to unveil a tool set that can finally empower those creators to bring their ideas to life, from art to app without a single line of code.”
“We are very excited about the launch of AppOnboard Studio and the role it will play in simplifying the development of Google Play Instant apps,” said Ben Frenkel, Product Manager at Google.
Beginning next week, AppOnboard Studio will begin to roll-out to current partners who are registered for AppOnboard’s early access program. To request early access, please visit www.apponboard.com. AppOnboard works with top developers, including Glu Mobile, Zynga, Big Fish Games, Kabam, FoxNext, NCSoft, Huuuge Games, Game Insight, Seriously, Mammoth Media, Wargaming, and more.
“Today marks the beginning of a new chapter for AppOnboard with the announcement of AppOnboard Studio,” said Bryan Buskas, COO, AppOnboard. “We have been blown away by the ideas that are being brought to life by our early users and are so excited to share this new tool with the world’s most innovative and passionate creators.”
For more information about AppOnboard, please visit www.apponboard.com.
Headquartered in Los Angeles, AppOnboard is the leading app development platform for instant apps and app demos that removes the friction in app development by enabling anyone to create and design native app experiences without writing any code. AppOnboard’s #nocode tools unleash any idea to become an app and also transform a feature-packed 3D game into a small and lightweight instant app. Trusted by the world’s top app developers, AppOnboard tools can build, publish, and display app demos and instant apps on the Google Play store and other top social networks and messaging platforms.
AppOnboard has raised $34M to democratize app development and introduce the world’s first app development platform where anyone can bring an app idea to life without any code and launch it to everyone everywhere across the world’s leading platforms. For more information, please visit www.apponboard.com.
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