Turning your creation from idea to an actual app isn’t easy — or cheap. But Doly, which launched earlier this month, hopes to disrupt this system by creating a user-friendly platform that makes app-making intuitive, even for people who don’t know how to code.
On average, turning your ideas into mobile apps for smartphones or tablets costs between $50,000 and $150,000. And that’s before software maintenance that can tack on up to 20 percent of the initial cost yearly.
A quick look at Doly’s structure shows that creating your app is free — but when you’re ready to publish your app, they offer three different subscription plans that can be paid monthly or annually.
Having such a powerful and affordable tool created with the non-coders of the world in mind is a huge step in making these tools accessible for more people who have ideas for the future of tech.
“We’ve created a very easy to use platform that will allow anyone with an idea or business to be a part of the technological revolution,” says CEO Bruce Hamilton.