Zapable review big

zapable-logoI’m pretty excited about writing up my Zapable review, which should prove to be a real eye opener if you’re going to build your own apps.  There is no doubt that the new mobile app maker from brothers Chris Fox and Andrew Fox is definitely going to create some buzz in the app market.

Creating an app is something many marketers would like to do both for themselves and on behalf of their clients but preferably without spending a ton of money hiring developers to create mobile apps.   You’ll learn in my Zapable review how this tool solves this problem and why it really is the next big thing for entrepreneurs in the mobile marketing space.

Here’s the official promo video for the app creation software (an actual demonstration video can be found later on in this review):

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There are a ton of reasons why this might be better than other paid solutions or any free app maker you might come across.  You might be flustered by all the hype you've seen in other Zapable reviews, so I'm just going to cut to the chase and fill you in on what I think are the top 3 features of this new software and let you draw your own conclusions.

Key feature #1:  Completely white labeled apps without any third-party branding.

The first thing I think is awesome is that when you create an app with Zapable, there is NO branding.  Right off the bat that says to me that Chris and Andrew Fox definitely put the end user of their software first.  Other alternatives like Andromo, seem to enjoy taking advantage of marketers who are forced to publish their apps to customers and users with a "powered by 'someone else'" label all over them.

If you've been on the market for an app maker software in an effort to build your own apps either or to build them for your clients, you know exactly what I'm talking about.  Nobody wants to sell a product to a client with someone else's name branded all over it.

Key feature #2:  Push button notifications to app users.

This is definitely one of the most important features to consider when creating a mobile app because it's by far one of the best ways to monetize your users.  Utilizing push button notifications on your apps is like sending a message to a devoted email list.

(You can see this feature in action via the demonstration video I've posted below)

Imagine being able to  instantly send a notification all of your mobile app users the same way your email app on your android or iphone lets you know when you have a new email.

Which brings me to the 3rd and final feature I'll be mentioning in my Zapable review.

Key feature #3:  Create apps with opt in forms to build your list.

I know you've heard it a million times, but the money really is in the list... And thankfully, the app developers behind Zapable have you covered with list building being one of the many built in features you can deploy with a couple clicks.

Here's a quick demonstration video:

Sounds pretty awesome right?

Sure does... But there's no way I could cover all of the entire list of features in my review of Zapable, so if you want to get the complete details then your best bet is to head over to the official site and have a look for yourself.

Click here to get Zapable and all the details on the official site.

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Adam Roy is the Founder and CEO of Remote Marketer.

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