The Appsgeyer API was a unique way to transform all my web content into mobile apps. Simplicity of integration allowed me to create the apps with weather info for all major cities around the world in few hours.
Portland, OR (PRWEB) May 05, 2011
Appsgeyser launched its much anticipated API during JSCONF, finally allowing power users to create hundreds (and even thousands) of mobile Apps on the fly.
The Appsgeyser API is the easiest and the fastest way to convert massive amounts of existing web content and web inventory seamlessly into native mobile apps via a web call. Video demo: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2el7_PO0Xpw
The API is available to power users and for companies and organizations that are serious about harnessing the potential of apps for their content distribution strategy.
Using the Appsgeyser API is simple. Users begin by signing up at (http://www.appsgeyser.com/apiuser/signup). Then users need to call a webservice to securely transfer their web content using predetermined parameters such as name, description and images for the app. The native mobile app is created instantly and the owner is provided with a direct link and QR Code for download.
One of the early adopters of Appsgeyser's API technology was YoWindow, who used the API to port their existing inventory of web-based weather widgets into native mobile apps. The overall process, including API integration, took less than 2 hours and more than 100 apps were created. The apps were immediately made live and were instantly being downloaded and used by YoWindow subscribers. Paul Repkin, founder of YoWindow said: "The Appsgeyer API was a unique way to transform all my web content into mobile apps. Simplicity of integration allowed me to create the apps with weather info for all major cities around the world in few hours. The very same day we created the apps, we started seeing a growing number of installs and repeat usages. We are already in talks with the Appsgeyser team on the monetization strategy for our apps."
YoWindow is a collection of weather widgets that show current weather and other information from cities around the world in a clean and interactive format.
Since its launch in February 2011 AppsGeyser users has created more than 18,000 apps for Android, with an average of 200 apps being created every day on the platform. Several weeks ago, the platform hit 1 million downloads, and currently has more than 100,000 daily active users.
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