|By PR Newswire||
|February 22, 2014 07:00 AM EST||
BARCELONA, Spain, Feb. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- from ShowStoppers @ MWC 2014 -- AppMachine, the company that last year dramatically simplified the way native mobile apps are created, today released the highly anticipated Pro version of its platform. And the new version is guaranteed to turn the app building world upside down once again.
"We're having a Block Party and everyone's invited," proclaimed Siebrand Dijkstra, AppMachine CEO. "With our new Pro version, we've added power-user blocks that address the top half of the market. The original AppMachine addressed non-developers, with ease of use, elegance and simplicity. Now any app can be literally 'snapped' together – for small business or big enterprise usage."
The AppMachine platform will now be divided into 3 versions – Basic, Plus and Pro. Basic will address entry-level users looking for quick distribution of high performance HTML5 web apps. The Plus version delivers both web and Native apps and adds a dozen additional Blocks to those in Basic. Pro takes the game to a new level – allowing developers and ecosystem partners to extend the platform with new private or public encapsulated blocks. These blocks can then be optionally distributed in the upcoming AppMachine Block Store.
About AppMachine CEO and founder Siebrand Dijkstra:
AppMachine was founded and has been funded by Siebrand Dijkstra, a serial-entrepreneur who has created a number of successful and innovative companies over the last 25 years. Dijkstra was recently nominated as CEO of the Year by Dutch magazine Computable and nominated for the Rising Star Award 2013 by Deloitte, as one of the young highly promising technology companies. AppMachine now has offices in the Netherlands, San Francisco, Brazil and Germany and over 70,000 users worldwide.
If you are interested in talking to our passionate, hyperactive CEO Siebrand Dijkstra this week, he will be in Barcelona at the Showstoppers event on February 23rd and the Mobile World Congress at booth 8.1 B74 from February 24-27.