BuildFire can cut your development time in half. All of the app functionality is already at your disposal. It’s just a matter of selecting the features you want and customizing them to meet your specific app’s needs. You can potentially get your app to market in weeks—not months or years.
With BuildFire, you won’t need to assemble a development team. So right away, you’re saving tens of thousands of dollars in labor costs. Our plans and pricing are simple—just pay a fixed monthly subscription to develop a custom app. Rates start as low as $159 per month.
Like any piece of software or technology, there is always a learning curve. But to say BuildFire is easy to use would be a drastic understatement. Our platform can be compared to website builders, like Wix. As you add and customize features, you’ll see those changes on the screen in real-time—no coding required.
Don’t mistake BuildFire’s simplicity for lack of capability. Our robust platform can be used to create any type of app that you can imagine. Since the BuildFire SDK is open to developers, the possibilities are virtually endless. If there’s a feature you want for your app that doesn’t already exist, your own developers or our in-house developers can build it for you.
BuildFire’s service and customer support team is unmatched. From answering simple questions to white-glove setups and custom development services, we have it all. Furthermore, we’ll handle all of the backend infrastructure, security, and maintenance for your app. BuildFire will get your application published to the app stores, maintain all of the backend servers, and keep your app updated as Apple and Google come out with new updates and requirements.
Rapid app development tools like Kony, OutSystems, and Kinvey allow you to quickly develop an app using pre-built functionality. While RAD tools don’t require coding, you’ll have limitations with what you can develop, depending on the platform you’re using.
Using low-level coding languages like Objective-C, Swift, and Java to develop your app requires you to learn to code. This isn’t a viable option for non-technical users. If you don’t know how to code, you’ll have to hire a development team, which is going to be expensive. Furthermore, native development requires you to build multiple apps if you want to launch on iOS and Android. This will essentially double your costs and development time.
Many DIY App Builder platforms would both fall into the cookie-cutter category. These platforms are fine for building basic apps as a hobby. It’s definitely a cheap development method, but the functionality will be limited. Cookie-cutters aren’t viable options for business apps or any features that would fall outside of the “basic” category.
BuildFire has been used to build apps for famous bands, global enterprises, insurance companies, and so much more.
Our platform is even leveraged by white-label resellers and agencies who want to offer app development services to their clients.