This is a development tool oriented towards speed and databases. It’s awesome for creating hybrid and Web mobile apps that can still work when you’re offline. It lets you build good apps in no time at a great performance and a look and feel that is very nativelike.
This is in fact a cloud-based, unified, drag-and-drop editor designed for native Android and iOS apps, but also HTML5 Web apps. It might look like a strange combination, but apparently this is really useful for developers. Moreover, it comes together with back-end services for any app that you build with this platform.
This is a Web-based platform that helps you create mobile and Web forms, combined with a forms builder that works with drag-and-drop and some flexible back-end technology. With this, you can create new forms or copy the existing ones, embed logical transitions, capture digital signatures and many more.
With a self-explanatory name, this Web builder helps you personalize templates for Android apps and iPhone or iPad. Moreover, it promises to let you create an app in only five minutes, which is pretty attractive. For common apps, it is really useful and has great results, but only as long as you select the right widgets.
This is an online platform and builder for Web database apps. It offers limited support for any integration besides their own database, which might be a minus. However, it offers 800 templates for custom apps, and even a Complete Project Manager. You can also build some QuickBase apps from scratch if you start from a data design.
Salesforce1 and Lightning
Regardless of your skill level as a Salesforce developer, you can still find lots of good options for building several mobile apps on their website. If you’re a beginner, you can create some compact layouts and field- or global-specific actions for the mobile app. At the same time, with the help of Salesforce Mobile SDKs help you access specific Salesforce data from both hybrid and native apps.