Appatista Launches First-Ever App to Create Apps

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Program allows users to create their own apps in seconds.

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With Appatista, users can turn their favorite content... into their own personalized apps

A new mobile app launched today will go where no other has gone before by allowing users to create their own apps quickly and easily.

Appatista gives users the power to create their own mobile apps in less than a minute, even if they have no prior programming experience. It is currently available in the App Store for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

"We are very excited to launch Appatista, which is truly a revolutionary step forward for the mobile app industry," said Padzeo, the mobile technology company behind the app, in a release. "There is nothing quite like it available that gives users the power to develop customized apps perfectly tailored for them."

With Appatista, users can turn their favorite content—such as blogs, news sites, podcasts, recipes and more—into their own personalized apps. It works transforming any RSS feed into an app for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, allowing the user to select the app's name and icon image. A new, customized app is then instantly created and available for the user to share via email, Twitter, Facebook or any other social media platform.

Appatista also features easy-to-follow instructions to create a personalized app, with click-to-share capabilities automatically built in to included in each app a user creates. Once a user has created a brand new, personalized app, he or she can quickly and easily share it with millions of iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch users around the world, eliminating the need to go through the lengthy App Store approval process that is required with other app creation platforms.

"Appatista provides the perfect way for you to share content with your friends, family, customers or anyone else who may share your interests," said the release. "It is definitely a game-changer in terms of how people will look at and use mobile apps."


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