- May 8, 2014
-- Rheti, the touch-based code-free app builder on your Android phone, is excited to announce that it has updated its component library to include Facebook page integration. Rheti can now turn your Facebook page into a native Android app, and lets you enhance it by giving you the ability to apply the rest of Rheti’s native app components to the app.
This includes but is not limited to adding YouTube videos, Google Map integration, new feeds, backend feeds, Twitter streams, AdMob, Soundcloud integration, augmented reality, chat integration, and any of the 50+ components in the Rheti marketplace. The new component is perfect for businesses or organizations wanting to quickly build themselves an Android app.
For example, Rheti is capable of building an app from a Facebook page while incorporating a feed from a Google document. The feed (or backend) in the app will update whenever the Google Document changes. This is perfect for restaurant menus, schedules, or any other up-to-date information the app owner would like to include.
Rheti is a free platform that enables anyone to build 100% native Android apps on your phone using touch-commands. Its cofounder Juan Porras describes it as “ a next generation Wordpress meets iFTTT and Tasker”. Rheti is democratizing app development as it allows you to combine the power of code-reuse with the freedom of creating an actual app.”
Rheti is currently in private beta.