Alternatives to Como for all platforms with any license

  • Android Studio icon

    Android Studio

    Android Studio is a new Android development environment based on IntelliJ IDEA . Similar to...

    Open Source Mac Windows Linux

  • MIT App Inventor icon

    MIT App Inventor

    App Inventor for Android is an application originally provided by Google and now maintained by the MIT, Massachusetts Institute of...

    Open Source Mac Windows Linux

  • AppMakr icon

    AppMakr

    AppMakr is a browser-based platform designed to make creating your own iPhone app quick and easy. Using existing content and social...

    Commercial Web / Cloud

  • Basic4android icon

    Basic4android

    Basic4android is Simple and powerful RAD tool for developing native Android applications without time-consuming Java / Eclipse...

    Commercial Windows

  • Thunkable icon

    Thunkable

    Thunkable is a powerful drag-and-drop app builder made by MIT based on MIT App Inventor. It has two main components: ...

    Free Web / Cloud

  • Infinite Monkeys icon

    Infinite Monkeys

    Infinite Monkeys is a FREE web-based drag-and-drop platform for creating rich native mobile apps for iPhone, Android, and HTML5...

    Freemium Android iPhone Android Tablet iPad

  • AppsGeyser icon

    AppsGeyser

    Appsgeyser is the easiest to use DIY native mobile app creation platform. It is free and allows your app to be ready in 2 easy steps....

    Free Web / Cloud

  • Doypp icon

    Doypp

    Doypp is an all-in-one visual app builder that helps everyone to build content-driven mobile applications in minutes, without coding...

    Commercial Web / Cloud Android iPhone Android Tablet Windows Phone iPad

  • AppsBuilder icon

    AppsBuilder

    AppsBuilder is the mobile app development solution for marketers looking for an easy, resource-light way to create and publish...

    Commercial Web / Cloud

  • AppyPie

    Mobile app building platform

    Commercial Web / Cloud Android iPhone Android Tablet iPad

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