Pavan, the Singapore-based startup behind the telecom engineering toolkit, has announced the release of its first iOS app, an app that will allow anyone to build mobile apps from scratch.
Pavan is currently building a free app that allows anyone to create an app, upload an image, and test it on an iPhone or iPad, which means that anyone with a simple idea can create an Android app.
This will be the first app for the Pavan iOS app to be open source, so anyone can contribute to the project.
Praveen Chahal, founder and CEO of Pavan said in a blog post: Pavan’s app is free to download, and anyone can download it, but it requires that they have the Pavaon Cloud Platform installed on their device to build an app.
“If you want to get started with building mobile apps for Android, this is the app for you,” he said.
Pavaan Cloud Platform is a free cloud-based app development platform that offers a cloud-hosted, fully-featured and automated mobile app development environment.
This makes it suitable for building Android apps.
Pivoan Cloud is available for iOS devices running iOS 8.1 or later, Android 4.4 or later (Jelly Bean), and Android 5.0 (Marshmallow).
Pivaan Cloud supports Android 4, 4.1, and 4.2 devices.
The team behind Pavan also announced that the Pivaas mobile app will have a version for Android 5, which will come with a free trial version.
Pavans mobile app is open source so anyone with an idea can contribute.
The Pavaons app will be available for download from the Pvaan Cloud website.
Pevaans first app, a free download, is available on the App Store for iOS.