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BuildFire Announces New Platform for Free, Custom, Handcrafted, & Ready-to-Publish Native Smartphone, Tablet, & Web Apps

BuildFire™ (www.buildfire.com), a provider of advanced mobile applications, today announced its revolutionary easy-to-use mobile app creation platform for businesses and non-profit organizations. After simply typing in your web address, BuildFire will deliver a custom, handcrafted, and ready-to-publish native smartphone, tablet, and web app within two business days for free.

“BuildFire is perfect for those who understand the value of going mobile but lack the time, resources, and expertise to do so,” said Ian Blair, co-founder of BuildFire. “Customers are blown away with the simplicity of the process and quality of the app, which sacrifices neither quality nor functionality,” he added.

BuildFire provides the most advanced and intuitive user interfaces, ecommerce and mcommerce capabilities, streaming video, calendar integration, and other features. BuildFire also offers extras not found elsewhere, including interactive group social walls with Smart Push™, Selective Push Notifications™, and donation processing via online, mobile, and text-to-give for non-profits.

At the heart of the platform is BuildFire’s revolutionary “click and edit” dashboard, which provides a simple user interface with no coding required. Everything needed to reach users and customers, as well as manage and update the app, is at your fingertips and is easy-to-use. For example, BuildFire users can quickly change colors, layout, style, icons, designs, and content.

Beyond the capability to continually tailor the app to your enterprise with just a few clicks, BuildFire also delivers outstanding customer service with free live, US based customer support and online tutorial videos. Once the app is built, a BuildFire representative will get in touch with the user via phone or email and talk them through it. BuildFire focuses on a much more stress-free and hands-on approach, and users can do it for free.

Nathan Keating, BuildFire’s other co-founder, said, “Other platforms promise ease-of-use, but are actually difficult to navigate, require significant additional work from the user, and are simply glorified websites. BuildFire, by contrast, involves an actual live person who handcrafts the app according to the client’s specifications and harnesses the power of app usability and engagement through rich, native features.”

For more information, please visit www.BuildFire.com or contact Jeannine Jacobi of Fresh PR at (323) 903-7063 or [email protected].

About BuildFIRE

BuildFire™ is an innovative mobile app creation and management platform designed for small to medium-sized businesses and non-profit organizations. With the industry's easiest-to-implement, no-coding-required smartphone, tablet, and web app creation process—alongside a feature-rich platform with advanced functionality and marketing tools—BuildFire is the efficient, smart choice for those with limited time, resources, or technical expertise. For more information, please visit www.buildfire.com.

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