Heading toward the most important day of your life? Or planning to host a reunion with long lost school friends, a college event, a conference, or any other group or gathering? Whatever be your need, this all-new smartphone app will offer you the easiest way to communicate and discuss events with your friends, family, and guests anytime, anywhere.
Though there are more than 700,000 apps available on iPhone and Android phones, none seems to be working exactly the way you want. But all that seems to be the thing of the past. Yapp, a ‘free app that makes app’ helps iOS and Android users to create and publish mobile apps that can be customized the way they desire.
Instead of designing a full-fledged website to organize your events, you can now use Yapp to design your own planners and invitations. Select from a range of templates with different colors and backgrounds by visiting yapp.us and customize them to design a complete new mobile experience. You can easily modify the existing templates to put in your schedule, photos, event invitations, news feeds, as well as bios of the guests and attendees. Another benefit of Yapp is that your customized app will not feature in Google Play or Apple’s App Store; instead, you can keep your app private and share it only with your friends and guests by sending a unique download link through a push e-mail notification.
Clicking that link on your mobile device will download a Yapp box on your smartphone. Yapp box will hold all the apps you’ve been invited to and those that have been created by you, thus creating a central mobile location for all your Yapps. Making updates on your Yapp is equally easy. For example, if you want to reschedule any event or meeting, you can easily make an edit through the ‘Edit’ button given on the top of your app and then send push notifications to your group, informing them of the change.
Tough Yapp is not the first ever DIY app maker, yet it’s still the most streamlined and easy-to-use app maker that requires little-to-no technology know-how for creating custom-made apps.
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