Turn your website into a mobile app for $29

Having a website is essential for running an online business. But that’s the bare minimum. If you want to grow your audience, you will also need a mobile app.

the AppMySite Mobile App Builder Pro Plan streamlines the entire development process, from designing your icon to launching it on the App Store or Google Play. If your current site looks a bit basic, the program also offers an extensive library of images and graphics to enhance it. And, with AppMySite’s handy preview feature, you can see exactly what your app looks like before you publish it.

Once this icon is on a phone, it acts as a direct link between you and your customers. However, hiring an app designer can be expensive, especially if you work for a small business or are an entrepreneur on a tight budget. Fortunately, AppMySite creates mobile apps from your existing website and requires no programming knowledge.

The tool takes the programming usually required for application development and puts it behind a seamless and easy-to-use interface. If you have a retail site, blog, or video channel, you can convert all that content into an app, usually in less than an hour.

AppMySite also offers analytics to track engagement, so you can stay on top of marketing and servicing. On top of all that, it even offers real-time website synchronization, automatically updating your apps whenever you post changes to your website, continually populating it with new content.

Want to see how easy it is to create your own app? PCMag readers can get a one-year subscription to AppMySite Mobile App Builder Pro Planon sale now for $29—93% off the MSRP of $468.

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