Milan (PRWEB) May 16, 2013
AppsBuilder (apps-builder.com) - the online platform for a self service creation of cross-platform native apps - launches Hire a Pro, a service that allows users to rely on a dedicated designer for the graphic development of an app compatible with most popular mobile devices (iOS, Android, Windows 7.5 and 8, BlackBerry10).
The service works in a very simple and fast way; just go to the dedicated page and follow the suggested steps: purchase Hire a Pro plan, provide a briefing to AppsBuilder designers, wait for the first draft of the app, share your ideas and feedback on draft and ... the graphical interface of your app is ready.
With the service Hire a Pro, even small businesses and professionals who do not have internal technical resources can now rely on a dedicated designer for the development of the graphical interface of their application in time and costs really lower than those usually required for the development of custom app.
“Thanks to our platform, we have helped so far over 500,000 users to create their own applications, at a rate of over 8,000 per month," said Daniele Pelleri, Co-Founder of AppsBuilder. "After listening to our customer feedback, it was natural for us to implement the platform with an additional design service to support app development. Due to the low cost of the service, we can offer freelancers and SMBs a dedicated designer to the cost of an online service”.
Hire a Pro is a service for the graphic development of mobile applications. In addition, users have the chance to subscribe a Basic or Advanced plan, with a special 40% discount, to edit their application in time.
AppsBuilder is an Italian firm that took shape in 2010 in the minds of two young computer engineering students from Turin’s Politecnico. Daniele Pelleri (28) and Luigi Giglio (26) officially launched the company in April 2011 thanks to support from lead investors Massimiliano Magrini (Annapurna Ventures) and Mario Mariani (The Net Value) during the seeding stage. They were the Angel Investors who convinced the fund managers from Vertis Venture and Zernike Meta Ventures to finance the internet startup with a capital injection to the value of €1.5 million (23 October 2012).