In this post I am going to discuss how to develop Android apps without any coding skills. That sounds impossible, right? Well, I actually it is possible! Even if you don’t know what Java is and the term Android SDK leaves you confused, you will still be able to make your own little Android masterpiece…

No more excuses!

One way to make your own app is to hire a development company or a freelancer. This is the route to take if you have very exact wishes about what the app should look like and what it should be able to do. If you can afford to hire someone, then that may be the best way to produce a great app!

However, if you just want some basic functionality like displaying and searching your blog/website or posting to a social media site, then app developer software can probably do the trick.

So how does it work? Most app builders consist of online software but there are also some that run on your computer. They range from completely free services to ones that charge a premium and everything in between.

Typically, the software uses a “wizard” to guide you through the process of designing the app. You can choose different color and layout templates and several functions for the app. After you have made all the selections, you hit a button and the program produces your app! Most will even publish the app to the Google Play Store.

Like I said, these programs offer basic app functionality. Some offer more design options and functions than others but usually these come at a price. If you want a more specific or advanced design you still have to learn to code yourself or get someone to do it for you.

However, as more and more of these “template driven” Android app builder programs hit the market, expect them to become more sophisticated so I guess things will be getting better and better for aspiring app guru’s with no coding skills!

There are already a lot of different android app builder products out there so which one should you choose? Watch this site because shortly I will start posting reviews of a host of Android app creators.

So, get cracking at building apps using an Android app maker and keep me posted on the results!

app developmentTo survive through the speeding up market competitions, app development has become an essential tool for most businesses. Principally, the process of app development is shaped on a 3 coated software development sculpt including business, users as well as data services. This layout is for separating an app into supplier, services and consumer networks. So what are the phases of app development process which should be followed?

Firstly, brainstorm on the agenda because it involves creating objectives and purposes of developing any particular application. Deciding a road map will help you to take the app in the right direction. Secondly, identify your target audience actually this phase involves knowing the audience for your application. In this step you will have to prepare an analytic report, including information such as audience type, web accessing capabilities, security levels and audience statistics. Then you will have to build a detailed featured summary. This document is very important in any app development process. This will eliminate any future confusion and also lists technical specifications as well as functionalities of the app development.

Next step is to identify the third party vendor. App development is actually an economic procedure, especially if it’s outsourced. So a third party vendor is identified including app developing companies, payment gateway and merchant account, SSL service provider, fulfilment centre and service provider for server and network. Then you will have to do technology selection and specify the app structure and timeframe. It’s the stage where app developing platform, framework, technology and environment are decided. This will also help to achieve the app in the specified timeframe. After this, you’ll have to go for layout designing as well as wire framing. Layout and interface design is very important in the critical stage of app development. This will start with a simple UI sketch creation and visual instructions. Once the interface is approved the design of the project will be implemented in two stages. Firstly the app will be architecture and frame worked, design of the database will be structured, modules developed, libraries and classes will be made and functionalities will be implemented. Well, the final step is testing of the app. It will involve QA testing as well as bug fixing too.  Any application which is tested very well is actually ready to get released and deployed. If you follow proper steps at every stage the app will turn out to be awesome.

Today we are presenting you a collection of most necessary tools for iPhone. Many times our iPhone can become a perfect tool to translate words or texts to convert units to track our expenses or to find a local gas station or good. Here we leave all necessary to perform these tasks apps and we hope you find them useful, as today we look at the most important applications useful to begin with an iPhone.

We bring you the most interesting applications for IOS on a particular subject a series of articles that we hope will prove useful to all. They try to see and analyze a number of related topics in distributed applications.

The goal is to help each user to decide which application best fits your needs to perform a particular task. And the vast amount of applications that are in the App Store often poses problems in choosing one or the other, even more when these are extra and if once purchased does not satisfy us, we have the possibility of return.

This week we will focus on basic applications for any iPhone specifically with basic utilities applications from any iPhone. Again, an ambitious collection that you intend to serve as a guide when deciding your preferred application to get fit.

Google Translator
Known to all, Google Translate has become one of the best on the net. Google Translate is also available as an app for iPhone and free. The app for Google is simple, but in turn, fulfills all the functions necessary to translate words or texts quickly. Google Translator not only translates between English and Castilian, but knows many languages, as in the web version.

App Store | Google Translator (Free)

Unit Converter
So many times we find ourselves in the position of having to pass any measure from one unit to another. In this case, and to avoid us learn us formulas and save time comes we wonder a unit converter. The unit converter supports a lot of formats and use of the mass is easy. One of the best tools in this collection, no doubt.

App Store | Unit Converter (Free)

Delivery Status
If we are compulsive buyers internet this application is basic to our iPhone. With Delivery status we can perform a continuous monitoring of our deliveries and cannot know till time will come. In addition, the app has a beautiful interface and its operation is as simple, just have to insert the code and a few more details of our package. His weak point may be the price, but definitely worth it rocks.

App Store | DeliveryStatus (Free)

With the recent VAT hike refuel has become a challenge. GasAll can help us much on this issue, this application is interesting to compare price of the closest gas stations to your position. It also tells us that gas stations are currently open near us. For me it comes in a very useful application when refueling, not only save time, money as well.

App Store | GasAll (Free)

Find My iPhone
If we possess multiple devices with the apple bite this application will be very useful. The find my iPhone feature is available for both iPhone and iPad and iMac. It allows us to locate our device anywhere in the world. Also allows us to activate an alarm, lock the terminal or leave a message. The app is Apple’s official and it works perfectly.

App Store | Find my iPhone (Free)

Local Google+

Formerly known as Google Places, Local with Google+ we can search for restaurants, entertainment and shops quickly and easily. Thanks to Google Maps data offered for the accuracy and reliability of data is enormous. Moreover, with this application we can see details of the places we find, as the phone number of the local address, the web site, e-mail address … An app most useful, I assure you.

App Store | Google+ Local (Free)

Moni is the application for excellence in bringing our accounts. I already talked a while ago of this beautiful app. Moni has an excellent interface which makes the most of its design to exploit the features offered. Very comfortable when wear our expenses as we aim primarily on any expenditure budgets as we can make you save. Moni is recommended very highly to anyone who wants to bring their costs simply and easily on your iPhone.

App Store | Moni (0.79 euros)

Smartphone owners can use their camera for more than taking snapshots to save memories or create art thanks to these great scanner apps for Android. Go paperless by using one of these excellent scanner apps for Android. Store documents, business cards, class notes from a whiteboard or scan documents to sign and send digitally. We’ll show you the 5 best scanner apps for Android smartphones that will help you go paperless and become more productive.



Open Evernote and tap on the Plus icon to bring up the new note menu.

Evernote (Free with subscriptions available) users should look no further than the app they already use. It comes with a great scanning function built into the app. There’s also a nice widget that Android users can place on their phone’s home screen to quickly scan documents or business cards into Evernote.

Open the app and sign into an account or sign up for an account if you don’t have one. Tap on the plus icon in the lower right corner (see left screen shot above). Then tap one of the new note types from the pop up list that appears above the plus icon (middle screen shot above). The right screen shot above shows a scanned image. This was a glossy document and Evernote gave me a warning that said it would not look good and that I should angle the camera to remove the glare. That’s nice attention to detail built-in.


Use one or both Evernote for Android Widgets for quick access to the scanning function.

Users can place a nice widget on the Android home screen that gives quick access to the Evernote new note function. Above you’ll see two different widgets. Place them on the home screen by pressing and holding on the home screen on most Android phones. Tap on widgets to open your Widget drawer. Some Android phones or Android launchers work differently. Follow your phone’s instructions for placing widgets on the home screen.

In the widget above, the functions above work as follows:

Shortcut to open Evernote app.
Document camera scans documents and adds them to the default notebook.
New note starts a new blank note in Evernote.
Audio note opens a new audio recording note for voice memos.
Drawing note opens a new drawing note in Evernote, great for capturing visual ideas.
Search notes will search your Evernote account.
Text to speech single action widget will start a new note with text to speech so you can speak your note.
The first six functions show up in one Evernote widget after I customized the widget (see below). You can add other kinds of note functions like a business card scanner, if you get a lot of business cards. The seventh note is a separate widget. Evernote lets the user place a single function widget instead of the widget bar that holds functions one through six.


The Evernote widget will let the user customize which new note features to place in the widget bar in addition to the shortcut to open the Evernote app (see the numbered screen shots above). You’ll need to customize it to do the things I placed in my widget bar. When placing the widget on the home screen, it opens the center screen shot above. Tap the MORE button to see all the available widget functions. Tap the ones you don’t want first to remove them. Then, tap the ones you do want (up to five functions). Choose the green color screen or black color screen at the bottom of the customization screen.

Evernote’s a great app and includes OCR for scanned documents or images with text in them. You get more features and storage with a paid subscription. They start at $25/year for the midlevel Plus plan. The Premium plan costs $45/year.

Many other scanning apps support export to Evernote as well. If they don’t support it directly, Android puts Evernote in the Share menu. Any app that uses the OS Share menu can save content to Evernote.

Office Lens


Those heavily invested in Microsoft Office and OneNote will want to give Office Lens (Free) a try. It works simply. Point the camera at a document or photo and it takes the picture. The user can tap on the save icon (at bottom of the left screen shot above) and it opens a screen asking where to save the image (right screen shot above). It will ask for a name and automatically selects OneNote and Gallery which saves the image to the phone’s image gallery. It also offers to save to OneDrive, Word, PowerPoint or a PDF file.

The user can crop the photo before saving. I seldom needed to do this because the app does a great job of cropping documents.

Tap the scanner icon (see the left screen shot above) before scanning to see a list of kinds of scans. It will scan documents, a whiteboard in a classroom or meeting room, a photo or a business card. Select the right one for the best results. If you select business card, the save screen only shows Gallery and OneNote as optional places to save it. It saves to OneNote in a Notebook called Contacts. To see this notebook on the phone tap it from the recent history in Office Lens and it opens in OneNote automatically.

You’ll need an Office 365 to get the most out of the app, but it will work with a free Microsoft account like Live, Outlook or Hotmail.


CamScanner (Free with optional subscription) is a good option for those that don’t want use Office or Evernote. It works on both Android and iOS, so it’s a good option for Android users who also own an iPad.

The CamScanner app for Android offers some rich and powerful features, even in the free version of the app. It handles document and image scanning as well as QR codes.


CamScanner handles QR code reading simply.

Point the scanner at a QR code and the resulting website link will pop up ready for the user to press Open URL to go to the site. The user will need to swipe left or right to switch between QR Code scanning and Docs scanning.


To scan a document, tap the camera icon and put the camera over your document. When ready, tap the camera icon again to snap the shot. The app will crop the shot so that it selects the document. This works best on a contrasting color background. To refine the shot, tap on the buttons at the bottom. Buttons for rotating and for changing the image exposures settings sit at the bottom of the screen. The check mark saves the shot.

At the top of the screen are buttons that set the captured shot to certain modes. It includes…

Auto – sets the exposure and color settings to automatic so the user doesn’t have to change anything.
Original – uses the shot as the camera snapped it.
Lighten – takes a darker image and makes it lighter.
Magic Color – fixes any color problems automatically.
Gray Mode – turns the image to a grayscale document which handles things like newspapers well.
B&W – uses monochrome black and white color to better handle pure text documents.
You will have to scroll left or right to see all the buttons on some phones. On a Galaxy S7 Edge with a 5.5-inch screen, I couldn’t see the two right buttons.

CamScanner works fine in the free version. Sign up for an account and the Basic Account version gives 200MB of cloud storage and auto OCR for searching scanned documents. It also lets users fax documents and add a customized watermark. Share with up to 10 people.

For $4.99/month or $49.99/year CamScanner adds up to 10GB of storage, editable OCR documents, document collages from scanned pages, upload to third-party sites (Box, Google Drive, Dropbox, Evernote, OneDrive) and downloading stored PDF files inside the app. Subscribers can also password protect and add expiration dates for shared access to a document.

CamScanner offers a $1.99 (normally $4.99) paid version of their app that takes higher resolution shots, removes in-app ads and lets users upload to Evernote and OneDrive. It also removes the watermark added to PDF files that the user creates from scanned documents.

Tiny Scanner

Appxy makes another Android favorite called Tiny Scanner (Free with a paid optional version available for $4.99).


TinyScanner gives us the simplest of these document scanners. It snaps the image, crops out the document and then the user can share the document.There’s no QR code reader.

A few features that set it apart include…

Speed – it’s simple which makes it fast and easy to use.
Five levels of contrast with tap of a button.
No paid subscription required or signing up for a service. Use it on the phone only.
Add pass codes to exported PDF files.
With Tiny Fax you can send scanned documents to a fax machine (cost per fax ranges between $.15 to $.20/page.
Import photos already stored on the phone.
While the above scanners give us more powerful features, people who just want a very simple scanner should give TinyScanner a look.

Bing Search


Tap on the camera icon to use the Bing barcode/QR code scanner.

While this doesn’t technically help anyone go paperless, the Bing Search (Free) app does do barcode and QR code scanning to make it easy to find deals or QR linked websites. Open the Bing app on an Android phone and press on the large search icon until the camera and mic icons show up to the left and right of the search icon (a magnifying glass). Tap the camera and the barcode/QR code scanner appears. Aim it at a barcode or QR code and hold the phone still. It will either load the website or search for the product online.

Scanner Apps for Android Tips

Scanner apps import everything from documents to business cards to images into your phone for use in other apps or even on other devices. The following tips will help users get the most out of scanning with their Android phone.

Put documents or business cards on a background with a sharp contrast – black on white or white on black.
If the app supports it, don’t save to your image gallery so you don’t clutter up the Photos app with documents and business cards.
Hold you phone extremely still in a brightly lit room so you don’t get blurry images. Blurry text makes OCR nearly impossible to get accurate results.
Hold phone in portrait mode to scan pages in portrait mode and in landscape mode to scan things in landscape mode.
Use rotation if the app supports it so your scanned images and documents end up in the right orientation.
If you can think of other tips add them to the comments below.

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