It’d be, perhaps, very hard to find many people who dare argue the fact that mobile app development has already become the most popular and profitable segments of the contemporary IT industry. Moreover, this niche is yet hiding a lot of potential for the future, much due to which it is continuously involving more and more developers, craving for fame and money.
A path, full of hurdles
Yet (and there’s always be a place for this “yet”), the desire and enormous efforts don’t necessarily lead to creating a brilliant application, otherwise the market would be so to say overcrowded with masterpieces. In fact, any app development is a far more complex and challenging process, even apart of finding the initial idea, which requires hours of hard work in coding, web-design and copywriting, for instance. Thus, it takes much more, than a few simple steps, to become a successful and, subsequently, affluent developer.
Can it get simpler?
Nonetheless, it seems like the potentially revolutionary changes in the DYI field are going to happen in the nearest future, at least that’s what the authors of KitApps are, apparently, confident of. And they, obviously, have the right to think so.
The relatively fresh IT player KitApps manages to spare a lot of time and, of course, efforts for developers at all stages of app creation, helping you to actually build the application, create the content, test and go live with it almost instantly. Does it sound like a miraculous thing for you? Well, it is now the new reality.
Not to sound too flattering for the brand-new DYI app creating service, it should be, certainly, mentioned that you still need to find a creative idea for your future application, deal with its content and design parts, etc. Moreover, the number of available app categories is for now essentially limited, and you’ll have to pay money, in case you’re planning to use KitApps on a permanent basis.
Potential target audience
For what is worth, KitApps may be found advantageous for IT rookies, who aren’t self-confident enough or still need more practice in coding. At the same time, the real pros will probably continue dealing with unique app developing on their own, frequently applying the APIs of large services, like Twitter, Facebook or 4shared.
Well, this is how it is.