Guidebook

November 27, 2020

 

This do-it-yourself development SaaS allows you to building an iOS and Android app without the need for coding skills. This is a great choice for trade-show and conference organizers, as well as colleges and universities. Guidebook offers a selection of templates that can be customized to carry features and branding, using a WYSIWYG drag and drop builder. Interactive components include social feeds, live polls, surveys and maps for keeping users engaged. Before apps are published, data and lists can be imported in bulk to populate content. Their variety of features help integrate things like customized to-do lists, audio narration integration systems, interest forms, GPS guidance systems and RSS feed pulls. The ability to personalize attendee experience and engagement tools is minimal and pricing is much higher than other similar products.

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