Dutch Startup AppMachine Starts in United States Bringing high-quality professional Apps to the masses: Build native Apps for iOS and Android without Coding Skills
NEW YORK, September 30, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
World famous tech startups as Booking.com, Shapeways and Layar are from The Netherlands. Now the new Dutch kid in town, AppMachine launches its 'Wordpress for App making' Service. After 2 years of development in Stealth modus this startup launched 4 months ago. Today they already have 44,000 active users and growing with 1,000 a week. This week they announce that they set foot across the Atlantic. A step they believe will disrupt the App making industry.
What is AppMachine?
AppMachine empowers people to create professional native apps for iOs and Android smartphones, without the need for coding skills. "Until now, having your own app was too expensive for small and medium-sized enterprises, starting at a price range of 5000 dollars. With AppMachine, making a professional app is now at everyone's fingertips, starting at 499 dollars," explains Siebrand Dijkstra, AppMachine CEO. "Marketing agencies, internet bureaus, app developers or individuals: AppMachine offers the right solution for every user."
More than 44,000 users worldwide
AppMachine went live in June 2013 after 2 years of development with 18 developers and a three-month beta phase. With 44,000 users AppMachine is growing rapidly, with offices in Brazil and Germany, and is seeking local US partners to conquer the US market. The company has just been nominated for the Deloitte Rising Star Award 2013 as one of the young highly promising technology companies.
Apps made with AppMachine
These are some examples of apps that have been built using AppMachine:
The Next Web Conference: http://apps.appmachine.com/tnwusa
Markus Schulz, Best DJ of America 2012: http://apps.appmachine.com/markusschulz
My Confessor: http://apps.appmachine.com/myconfessor
About AppMachine CEO and founder Siebrand Dijkstra
Siebrand Dijkstra is the father, founder and funder of AppMachine. He has been a serial entrepreneur for more than 25 years, developing innovative software for the public market and founded several companies. Dijkstra has just been nominated as CEO of the Year by the Dutch magazine Computable and nominated for the Rising Star Award 2013 by Deloitte.
Do you want to speak to our CEO while he is in New York?
Are you interested in talking to our non-ordinary hyperactive CEO Siebrand Dijkstra this week? He is available till Thursday, 4th of October morning. Siebrand will be speaking at The Next Web Conference USA. He can explain the big difference between AppMachine and ordinary startups.
Building native apps: http://www.appmachine.com
Press downloads (photos, presskits): http://www.appmachine.com/newsroom
3 different plans for SME's, designers and developers: http://www.appmachine.com/pricing
Fleur van der Laan (COO AppMachine)
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