Winnipeg, MB (PRWEB) January 18, 2012
In just the first weeks of its release, 15,135 Android apps have been created using Andromo – the free online ‘App Maker for Everyone’. Ease-of-use, advanced functions, and reliable app production are driving Andromo’s popularity. To date, 17,495 people have signed up to make Android apps using the service.
With over 700,000 Android devices being activated each day, apps are an ideal way to reach a large audience. Small business owners realize that apps are necessary to stay competitive, and offer huge advantages such as free advertising and a way to communicate with customers. Entrepreneurs can make money by turning their original ideas into apps and posting them in the Android Market. By eliminating the need to know how to program or hire an expert, Andromo makes it possible for anyone to make their own app.
“Signups at http://www.andromo.com have literally been doubling in the past few weeks, even though we’re still in beta. People find it very easy to use, and love the fact that Andromo makes pro-quality Android apps – with real Android looks and features,” says Andromo founder, Colin Adams. “We’re already seeing some really successful apps showing up in the Android Market that were made with Andromo – apps with hundreds of thousands of installs. It’s great to see what people are coming up with.”
While still in beta release, Andromo is producing market-tested apps today. New features and functions continue to be added all the time.
To sign up to make Android apps for free, you can visit http://www.andromo.com. To keep updated on Andromo’s progress, follow @andromorocks on Twitter or on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/andromorocks.
About Andromo App Maker for Android
Andromo is a trademark of Indigo Rose Software Corporation. Indigo Rose has been creating award-winning software tools since 1991. Our visual programming / rapid application development system (AutoPlay Media Studio), CD/DVD autorun menu builder (Autorun MAX!), software installer builders (Setup Factory, MSI Factory), binary patching tools (Visual Patch, DeltaMAX SDK) and automatic software updating system (TrueUpdate) have been used to deliver software to millions of desktops worldwide.