The app will include feed from this blog,
As of right now I am using appspotr, and have a APK version that is to get on googleplay and possibly amazon's app store.
IF this comes to true you will be seeing a app for this site up soon, as it is during the review process for both versions.
The only other platforms I would like to publish a app for this site on is a windows phone but that matters very little as windows phone platform is not only not that difficult to do so with but it has very little impact.
I will how ever continue to try to create more apps using the appspotr platform but I will go over more in the review....
Now for the review of appspotr:
Appspotr is a web application design to make web apps into phone apps by linking to other sites and publishing them on googleplay AND iOS app store only if you have developer accounts with both.
Right now I am just starting its development, so I decided I would go outside my construct 2 bubble and try something new. This new item hit me up with a ad on facebook to try to get me to use it. So I tried it being warry of it. Once you start using it you will notice that there is a lot of paid for page types. ALOT...
Pretty much the only thing it can do for free is look at RSS Feeds, websites, and content pages.
That being said you can actually do quite a lot, for instance increasing the web traffic to a website is one major benefit but you can also promote your online games, making your online games right will allow you to promote your game to various platforms.
I can how ever make as many changes to the app as I want to improve it, how ever it is rather limited due to the cost factor, Currently the app is under review but I will include a download APK link here,
Download apk here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/obsn8uzekk4cr9d/bobopblog.apk?dl=0
In terms of a service of creating a websites app this tool is very simple, very easy to use. But the only downside is you can't really do all too much and it takes a bit longer waiting for approval for no matter what version you use or export to due to a approval process, which ensures the app is atleast functional which is good to some extent.
Now with googleplay you can release apps now on google TV devices, android tv, along with google wear and android wear.
For instance very few people knew this but for a while there were flash games marketed for Wii's opera web browser, meaning people could play online web browser based games, some of them offered multiplayer support well before the Wii had a single online game. This was a feable attempt to promote unlicenced, unhacked homebrew games for the Wii. Some even offered ghetto wii motion support by picking up the X & Y of the mouse cursor. Primarly these were games that could be played with a mouse.
The reason I bring all this up is appspotr could potientally be used to bring web games to smart phones by coding in input even for accelleromitors in the phone devices, this how ever is a tricky task but we are seeing this with VR videos, and images.
Potentially you can use web platforms to code VR games over this using something like gamemaker. Unforchently you will need to make sure this platform can support webgl before even attempting it something I have yet to try.