Yes, you can make money designing apps without writing one word of code. Thanks to a new service called Andromo, even the coding-clueless can build a limitless number of apps and earn revenue through both advertising and app sales, from the Amazon and the Google Play marketplaces.
“The great thing about it is that you can re-purpose the online content that you already have,” the website explains. “For example, if you have a blog or website, you can turn it into a feature in your app. Same goes with your photo galleries or YouTube videos. You already have a great app in you – Andromo helps you unleash it.”
Something else cool that you can do with Andromo: build apps for your clients.
So if you have any who are smartphone stone-agers, you’ll be able to use the Andromo tools to look like a friggin’ genius even if all you’ve got is a degree in philosophy and a self-proclaimed title as “social media expert.”
“There’s nothing cookie-cutter about an app made with Andromo,” the team assures us. “You control the appearance of your app and give it your signature style. You configure the look of the dashboard and drop-downs. You choose the colors, and upload your own icons and images. Your app’s unique look is all up to you.”
One caveat (for some) with Andromo is that the company’s free version doesn’t go very far in making you an app-design professional. Sure, you can make one app, but if you want any of the really cool features, you’ll have to ante up, as well as split a share of the revenues if you choose to go the advertising route.
The company combats these caveats, however, by offering unlimited app creation support, even at the lowest-priced tier, and an easy interface for making your creations available to the world. Furthermore, they promise that what you get will not be standard, cookie-cutter stuff, but 100 percent authentic Android apps, done the right way, with the opportunity to add seamless features like the following:
- Interactive maps
- Photo galleries
- Blog/news feeds
- Embedded websites
- Mobile websites
- YouTube videos
- Twitter feeds
- Facebook pages
- Music tracks
And while apps are “discrete,” you do have the option of removing them for a one-time expense of $199, allowing for greater customization at lesser headache.
The ability to make money designing apps is no longer something reserved for the tech-savvy. Check out the pricing tiers at this link, and get your app design career going today.[Image via Flickr Creative Commons]