Google Opens App Inventor Up to Everyone
Google has taken its Android App Inventor out of private beta and released to the world. What does this mean to you? Well, if you’ve got a great idea for an app but don’t have the technical prowess to write the code for it, App Inventor should help.
Created as sort of a “What you see is what you get” tool, it lets users focus on bigger picture stuff while the heavy lifting is done for them.
Effective immediately, anyone with a Google Account can log into App Inventor and get started with their own killer apps. Do not be fooled by the landing page still shows the option to request an invitation – It’s open to one and all.
This year, give everyone a homemade Android app for Christmas! Nothing says “I love you, mom” more than an app that literally says “I love you, mom.”
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