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Can we have any income from making applications with app Inventor?

Can we have any income from making applications with app Inventor? I mean can it be like making app with Android studio? For example can we have any income with advertising in our app which made by app Inventor?

4/30/2021 6:47:31 AM

Shayan

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Sure , but i strongly recommend to you to learn Java or kotlin and make your app with android studio in future. those languages cover everything.

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app inventor is a good stuff, but only to make small app , with simple demands, if you wanna get income in most time you need to install at least some extention for it

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Thanks for your help Saeed. You know I developed an app with app Inventor can I sell it to some one or advertise in it ?

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if i wanna gave you a simple definition about web app : A web application is a computer program that uses a web browser to perform a particular function. It is also called a web app. Web apps are present on many websites. A simple example is a contact form on a website. A web application is a client-server program. It means that it has a client-side and a server-side. The term "client" here refers to the program the individual uses to run the application. It is part of the client-server environment, where many computers share information. For example, in the case of a database, the client is the program through which the user enters data. The server is the application that stores the information.

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Sure! I just used app Inventor for starting. And I have another question. Flotter or kotlin which is better?

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if you are new i guess learning kotlin could be easier for you.

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Thanks

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have good time buddy

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https://www.sololearn.com/Discuss/2770607/?ref=app

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Can you answer this one too

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Thanks a lot

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In simple terms, What you can do: make client app for Android with Kotlin+Flutter And, make server app with Django+SQLite You can use any other database management system instead of SQLite, but I just suggested that because it's extremely simple.

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Hey guys