3 Best Cross Platform Mobile Development Tools
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Purchasing a license is required and costs $400 per platform. But unless you purchase the Pro version of Unity 3D, priced at $1500 per platform, a Unity splash screen will appear whenever the app loads.
Corona SDK is quite easy to use. It is also based on the Lua scripting language, which is quite easy to understand and learn. It allows you to easily and quickly build an app in the text editor and run it on the inbuilt Android simulator. Game developers can take advantage of the Box2D physics library.
Corona, unlike the other two tools mentioned here, requires your uploading your project to their server for compiling it into a usable app, while other apps let you develop on your PC.
A free unlimited trial of this tool is available, but you have to pay $199/license/year for publishing to the App Store and Android marketplace.
This one allows building apps for both iOS and Android easily and quickly. It has a user friendly and integrated development environment (IDE). It boasts an inbuilt player that lets you test your apps on your PC at various different screen sizes/resolutions. One of its best features is that it can be installed onto your iOS or Android device and you can create the app to it wirelessly. This allows modifying and testing your app instantly.
Gideros is also perfect for game developers as it boasts an implementation of the Box2D physics engine.
This tool is based on the easy to learn Lua scripting language. You can use it free of cost, but it would apply its splash screen to your apps. You can pay $149/year for removing splash screen from your apps.