mPal app builder helps you to build mobile apps for your website so fast and effectively. It helps you create a mobile app that loads your actual website inside it. Which means if your website is mobile friendly and responsive, this can be fully loaded into the app giving it an easier mobile experience for your users.
One of the major reasons many apps cannot attract user installation on mobile devices is the space it consumes on mobile and the time it takes for installation. Apps built using the mPal app builder are extremely lightweight and easy to install, which should help you get more installations for the app. Typically an Android app created using mPal app builder sizes less than 2MB.
Building your mobile app for your online service using the mPal app builder saves you thousands of dollars. Typically hiring a mobile app developer for Android and iOS app development and getting a custom mobile app developed may cost you thousands of dollars. Also the quality management and various issues like differences between Android and iOS versions, variations with your website etc, all matter and to be separately managed. This is a real headache. Apps built using the mPal app builder doesn’t need you to separately manage a different codebase for the apps.
This seems to be too good to be true. Like a dream. You only need to develop once and use it for your website, Android app and iOS app. It saves a lot of your development time and it eliminates unwanted headaches. Basically, you develop a good mobile friendly (responsive) website and use the same to load it in the apps built using the mPal app builder.
One of the major benefits of using our mPal app builder to build apps for your website is that it allows you to dynamically update the app interface and features as you update your website features. Remember, all we do is to load your website in your app, using a special technology. This allows seamless updation of your app features too as you update your website. Easy, eh? It completely eliminates the requirement of frequent updation (to support changes on features) for your app users. The changes are automatically updated in the app as you update your website.
It is very common that many service providers use different apps for different purposes. For example an eCommerce site may have separate apps for sellers and the general public. Because it is not easy to handle two separate sets of features in one single app interface. But what if you have a special page in your website that first determines where to take the user to (for example whether to take the user to buyer area or to seller area), checking previous activities of the user stored in a cookie? mPal app builder allows you to configure that special URL to load by default. From that special URL, you can redirect the app user to any page you want them to see. This has wide use cases and is much beneficial for you.
We understand that some of you require professional support and assistance to get your app uploaded in Google Play Store and Apple App Stores. Sometimes this is an overwhelming task, especially if you are doing it for the first time. But worry not, we got your back. Now you can order assistance/support service also from us, so that we will help/assist you to submit the app in Google Play Store or Apple App Store. Note that approval of the app is not guaranteed though, because the approval largely depends on the nature of business you are doing in the app (effectively your website).
Not every website requires you to build comprehensive on-premise technologies to build its mobile apps. If you are running an online portal, wordpress site, eCommerce application, mobile application built using mPal app builder could be the best and right choice for you. Even if you build a fully comprehensive mobile application writing a custom application for it, the entire user data still should be fetched live from the server, which doesn’t give a significant performance advantage to you. If you are building a graphic rich game application, rendering all data from the server may not make sense, but for eCommerce sites, market places, portals, online news services, wordpress sites etc, rendering data from the server is fully sensible because the frequently updated live data is anyway stored in the server.