iBuildApp.com Launches Marketplace for Mobile App Builders and Designers

Building a custom mobile app just got easier with mobile Marketplace from iBuildApp.com. With Marketplace, customers can buy or sell mobile design templates for apps.

With Marketplace businesses can buy mobile templates to enhance the look of their custom apps. Marketplace adds to iBuildApp’s existing app building platform which requires no coding skills to build a free iPhone or Android app. Now using Marketplace there are no design skills needed.

Templates for many types of businesses – from restaurants to eBook sellers – can be now be viewed at www.iBuildApp.com/marketplace

The design template Marketplace allows graphic designers to resell mobile templates and businesses to find designs to use to build an app. The addition means there are now hundreds of design elements available on iBuildApp’s platform, which previously focused on the code aspect of the apps.

The new release was driven by customer demand. Customers asked for the ability to share or buy designs.
“Our customers were always asking for their own templates, custom splash screens, icons, and buttons. Now they can upload the designs on their own and even resell them,” said Rafael Soultanov, founder and CEO of iBuildApp.

The templates are built with iBuildApp specifications and can be installed in an app with just a click of the mouse. “We made it so you can buy a mobile template from our community and know that it’s compatible and trusted. Marketplace features designs created and sold by designers around the world,” said Soultanov.

Previously iBuildApp added GPS and mobile coupon features to the app building service. The site’s most popular apps, with ratings and comments from the community, are showcased on the homepage.

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This is awesome!
I already made one just to test the feature out :)


more to come in this month (marketplace for mobile components + reseller solution for consultants). keep going!


Tried making one just now. One problem, though…

Say, I create a button for Twitter. The page type is going to be HTML instead of the Twitter page. Anyway we can change that to make it much easier for the users who are going to use the template?

~ Looking forward to making more! :)




Michelle, driving Audio or BMW is also very tricky if you never have driven a car before.
but the plant that produced and designed these cars is not responsible for teaching you to do that. there are lots of driving schools in your location (typically). my point is that making mistakes when building an app is very normal. please use forum to discuss that. thanks, rafael

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