AppMakr expands to Android and Windows Phone; Allows anyone to make multi-platform mobile apps

The do-it-yourself mobile app service is adding Android and Windows Phone 7 support, allowing anyone to make multi-platform mobile apps. Up until now, only supported Apple’s iOS, and was used to create more than 3500 apps, including the very popular applications for the PGA Tour, the Perez Hilton blog, the Harvard Business Review, BBC and PBS.

As you may know, AppMakr enables anyone, from highly-experienced and technically savvy developers to people with no development experience in all lines of businesses, to create both enterprise and consumer-facing native mobile applications in minutes, compile and then, upload the application to an application store like iTunes, Windows Phone Marketplace and Android Market at no charge.

At the moment, Android and Windows Phone 7 support are still in beta, and invites companies and individuals to participate in beta testing at no charge simply be registering for an Appmakr account. General availability of the new platform support is scheduled for February 2011…

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