Embarcadero has introduced the latest release of Appmethod, which enables developers to use C++ to create complete apps for Android, iOS, Windows, and Mac OS X. Appmethod is the multi-device application development platform offered by Embarcadero Technologies for building natively compiled, multi-device apps with a single codebase without compromising performance, platform access, or user experience.
According to Embarcadero, although Android offers the largest addressable market opportunity for app developers, developing C++ Android applications has fallen short on developer productivity. The latest release of Appmethod now includes a "Free Forever" subscription plan that C++ developers can use to create Android apps to be published on any public app store such as Amazon App Store and Google Play.
Appmethod also enables developers to build and publish apps for all other supported device platforms for 30 days, and provides access to Appmethod Enterprise Mobility Services. From button and listviews, to tab management, Appmethod provides over 100 cross-platform UI controls with a common API that deliver the native experience. Appmethod also natively compiles the app to run directly on the CPU.
Developers can integrate any REST or SOAP-based service including MBaaS services such as Parse and Kinvey, and securely extend their apps with cloud services such as SecureAuth and Shephertz. The new 'Free Forever' plan for Appmethod is available at www.appmethod.com/sign-up