THESE APPS CAN HELP YOU CREATE YOUR OWN APP WITHOUT CODING SKILLS
So you have a great idea for a new app but you don’t speak C++, C#, android, iOS or any other programming language for that reason. Is all hope lost? The answer is no; in fact we live in an age where coders have made it possible for those of us who are non-coders to have coding-related ideas and see them come to life. Get this; there are apps that help you create apps without having to code first.
Pixate is an application that designs native (original) mobile app prototypes of any app idea you would like to see come to life. It is the only app with which you can designs native mobile app in this list. Without coding anything, you can even add interactions and animations to your app prototype. Recently, Pixate has released a totally free version of the service to try. Designers and developers even use this software to create quick products of app concepts that they are playing around with.
Tilda is a website building platform with over 170 pre-designed blocks that allow you to drag and drop options to create your own fully customized, content-oriented websites. Content-oriented websites are websites created with the intention of attracting people the website creator may or may not know because of the valuable information provided on the website. The pages you create are enhanced to be visually appealing on any device. You can create a google analytics account for the website you create using Tilda and adjust your website to be more search engine friendly and attract page visits.
Bubble is another application that allows you to build a fully functional web application without coding. Bubble uses a visual programming tool with a drag and drop builder which allows you to add page elements like links, images, plugins, videos and HTMLs. You can build your own programming logic for the website in words as opposed to in binary code. Bubble is also connected to other applications that can add features like creating an auto-subscribe mailing list to users (MailChimp).
These are all really great ways to see your initial app or website ideas come to life. There are several more apps that have these same capabilities and are as easy to use. However, it is important that if it is a mobile app that you are developing, that along the line, you get an expert to help out and create a more advanced, coded version of your app as it progresses.