As more and more customers utilize their mobile devices for information, directions and scheduling, garages and repair shops that utilize mobile apps to engage with their customers to provide enhanced service are better positioned for growth in 2013. To help make the process easier than ever, Appsbar, the leading “Create your Own App” Platform is now available for free for garage owners to create their own apps, even if they have no technical experience.
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Appsbar, the world’s most popular free app maker service, is the perfect tool for garages and repair shops. Apps can be created in short amount of time and be published to leading App Stores including Google Play. To date, over 200,000 consumers and businesses have already utilized Appsbar’s easy to use tools to create customized apps. For businesses with limited budgets, but a desire to connect with their customers via mobile devices, Appsbar is the perfect solution.
Appsbar was designed to fill the gap between over-simplified apps and costly, professionally-produced apps. With a myriad personalization options, Appsbar provides a unique interface that guides creators through the entire process – from creation, to editing, to publication - with visual and textual clues at each step. Depending on the type of app being created, additional features may also be added. For a list of recommendations on additional features based on types of apps, visit www.appsbar.com/how-to-make-an-app.
“We know that competition is fierce in the garage and auto repair industry and one way for a business to separate itself from the competition is to have a compelling mobile app that provides content and information,” said Scott Hirsch, founder and CEO of Appsbar. “No technical knowledge is needed to create an app via Appsbar and it has the potential to be seen by customers in your hometown or across the world.”
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For more information, visit www.appsbar.com.
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