SOURCE: AppGyver


July 11, 2013 11:41 ET

AppGyver Launches Prototyper Build Service

Get Distribution-Ready Application Package With New AppGyver Prototyper Build Service With a Single Click

SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - Jul 11, 2013) - AppGyver (, a leading provider of innovative tools for rapid mobile app development, today announced the launch of its new AppGyver Prototyper Build Service, which makes it easier than ever to assemble and distribute simple mobile apps. The Build Service lets you create simple apps for both Android and iOS without any coding and submit them to app stores.

Prototyper users have been able to build an app prototype in the web service, and then test it out by scanning a QR code with AppGyver Scanner app. Now they can also use the new Prototyper Build Service to create simple apps without coding, such as drum machines, multimedia apps or digital manuals. They can then request a distribution package of the prototype/app, and send the package to the App Stores.

To show the potential of the new Build Service, AppGyver used it to create Music Station app, currently in review at the Apple Store:

"Our new Prototyper Build Service makes it easier than ever to create and distribute mobile apps, without any coding at all," said Marko Lehtimaki, AppGyver founder and CEO. "Of course, we're not talking about complex apps with dynamic data, but for simple apps, it's a lot of fun."

In addition to the new Build Service, AppGyver has added native UI enhancements to Prototyper, such as the ability to employ the popular Facebook style "drawer" paradigm, which lets a user drag the screen with their finger to show another view or menu beneath it.

New AppGyver Prototyper Build Service available for free trial
A free trial of the AppGyver Prototyper with the new Build Service and native UI enhancements is available for immediate sign-up at

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