Sub-Feeds and Experiential Backgrounds in AppMakr Release
One of the most popular DIY platforms for building iOS, Android and Windows apps is AppMakr - and wouldn't you know, it just keeps getting better.
The platform has released several new features worthy of note but here are the highlights:
- Introduction of a new main menu page that can be customized with a background image or logo, or a live video background that plays on a loop. This could be used for a product demo, application content previews, etc.
- AppMakr has also released a new scrolling menu navigation bar where users will switch from tab to tab through a scrollbar. (see image below)
- Perhaps the most exciting new feature is the release of sub-feeds. Developers using AppMakr can now control their feed layout by merging similar feeds together or adding related subfeeds.
AppMakr has also made it possible to update apps live – only for iOS and Android, has rebuilt its feed parser so feeds can be updated, edited and removed, included the ability to customize content layout of RSS/Atom feeds with HTML, and revamped its photo album feature to render in landscape view.