4 Best Tools For Cross Platform Mobile Application Development

It is not a difficult task for developers to build applications that run on any desktop OS. Developers have options that they can choose any platform from Windows, Linux and Macintosh. There are ways and technologies which allow developers to develop application on one platform and run it on others. The same thing is now possible with mobile application development. Mobiles seem to take over PCs, because not only do individuals but corporate establishments and businesses are favoring mobile devices like smartphones and tablet PCs for their employees. However, some developers are in problem because of rewriting the code of an app for more than one platform. Fortuitously, there are few amazing tools for developing cross platform mobile apps. Here are those tools:


RhoMobile offers Rhodes to build native apps for all smartphone operating systems. Developers can easily write and build mobile apps. It also offers RhoConnect, a tool to easily integrate devices with enterprise apps and synchronize data. Rhodes delivers matchless productivity to developers. It helps developer build one codebase for every smartphone. All you need is good web skills to write native apps. Developers can use tools provided by RhoMobile to effortlessly build apps for smartphone operating systems including Android, iOS, Blackberry, Windows Mobile and Symbian. Native apps built using Rhodes take maximum advantages of available hardware like GPS, camera, and locations data.


Appcelerator is doubtlessly a fan-favorite, cross-platforms tool. The Appcelerator’s Titanium is a useful tool for building native apps. It also supports in developing applications for desktop and tablet. It uses web programming languages like JavaScript, HTML, Ruby, PHP and Phyton. This tool lets developers access a number of APIs and location information. It lets developers add cloud-based app features to mobile apps. Other offerings by Appcelerator include customizable metrics for actions and events.


PhoneGap claims to be the only open source mobile framework supporting 7 platforms. This is another great tool. It is helping developers building apps for iPhone, Android, BlackBerry, Symbian, iPad and even iPod. The apps are built using JavaScript and HTML. Apps developed using PhoneGap support features like GPS, camera, accelerometer, sound and others. PhoneGap also offers cross-platform simulator to test apps as well as various training sessions to help mobile app builders easily access native APIs.


MoSync is another cross-platform mobile app. It is a software development kit (SDK) that works on standard web programming. It has libraries, integrated compliers, runtimes, and device profiles to help developers in building of mobile applications. The framework of MoSync supports platforms like Android, Blackberry, iOS, Mobilin, Symbian, Windows Mobile, and Windows Phone This useful information is brought to by experts engaged application development

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