A lot of analysts have been looking at appsbar, the free online app creator and trying to ascertain the value of this growing company in the competitive android app builder world. The company launched its android app builder in 2011, well ahead of the current glut of copycat formats that are attempting to gain a foothold as an app creator website.
Appsbar has recently scored a huge victory with its own app creator in this particular battle as no less an authority than the U.S. government has awarded a patent to the company for its android app builder as a unique and proprietary platform that cannot be infringed upon without penalty.
For its part, the company has promised to vigorously pursue other entities against those infringements after establishing itself as the premiere app creator in the field with its stylish and easy-to-navigate android app builder.
With its launch just under two years ago, the company became the first free app creator that allowed anyone regardless of their technical ability or resources to build fully functional, custom mobile apps for their smartphones. This dynamic android app builder was an instant success as the company hit over 100,000 users in its first year.
Being featured in such prominent publications as Time and PC Magazine certainly helped its cause as more and more novice app creator fans signed on and developed apps with the template-drive android app builder. Certainly the huge gains that Android devices were making in the marketplace, eventually surpassing iPhones in market share, had a major impact on the use of android apps and signaled the need for a viable android app builder.
This particular android app builder won over its audience thanks to the simple point and click nature of the platform and for appsbars commitment to keeping the service absolutely free. For an avid app creator there are no charges for services, no subscription fees, and no hidden costs for upgrades or special features.
The company was again heralded in 2012 when its app creator was feted with a coveted Stevie Award at the prestigious American Business Awards. The company and its android app builder were recognized as the Best New Tech Company and were also give a Peoples Choice Award.
Appsbar didnt stop with its android app builder, moving quickly into the app marketplace realm with the development of appcatch, an app distribution model that allows an app creator to instantly publish and share its apps with clients, customers, family, and friends. The android app builder marketplace is also free for publishing and for downloads.
With all the hype surrounding this app creator platform, analysts are looking closely at the social aspects of the site. A community of novice app builders has grown up around the service and approaching a quarter of a million users, no small number in the web 2.0 world. Analysts will continue to monitor the progress of appsbar and present valuations at some point, most likely when appsbar develops methods to monetize its recent successes.