WCAMC has earned the appsbar.com App of the Day honor as an example of how clubs and organizations can participate in mobile outreach regardless of technological expertise or the absence of IT budgets.
WCAMC is the mobile presence for the Williamson County A&M Club, a group of Texas A&M supporters that offer scholarships to Williamson County high school students that are attending A&M. The app was built with the DIY app builder at apsbar.com.
The mobile app offers information about the club, links to social networks, and a calendar of events. The contact page gives users a way to connect to the organization through mobile technologies.
The app is optimized for both iOS and Android smartphones and tablets and is available at appsbar.com’s affiliated app marketplace at appcatch.com.
Launched in 2011, Appsbar opens up the mobile marketing category for small and medium-size businesses, artists and musicians, and individuals who want to create in that space. Appsbar has done this by removing the two largest barriers; cost and programming expertise. Appsbar is doing for mobile apps what companies like Intuit and Blogger have done for novices looking to publish websites and blogs. To date, Appsbar has grown to over 500,000 users to become the most popular app building platform in the world.
In September of 2013, appsbar added mobile capabilities, allowing users to create, edit and publish apps directly from a smartphone or tablet.