Ankur was the largest individual developer in the history of the Facebook platform, with over 10,000 applications and a reach of upwards of 200M users. Ankur has been featured in numerous industry blogs as well as mainstream publications such as Business Week for earning millions of dollars on the social Internet.
As a lifelong cricket fan and former international level athlete, Ankur headed up product at Live Current Media's cricket.com and helped purchase the digital rights to the Indian Premier League from the Board of Control for Cricket in India for $50 million while pursuing a simultaneous degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, and Economics at the University of California, Berkeley.
Upon graduation, Ankur co-founded Leveraged LLC and consulted on user growth for a myriad of leading companies in the consumer Internet space including Glu Mobile, Electronic Arts, Betable, Fremantle Media and GameDuell.
I'm Conrad, a Partner at GrowHack and do growth work for multiple series-A funded companies and Quotidian Ventures in NYC. In the past I've launched products in multiple industries. I also founded and produce the first Enterprise Tech Meetup which has been featured in Forbes, Business Insider and ZDNet.
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When developing a mobile app for iPhone and Android, most people think they need deep experience in programming languages like Objective-C and Java.
Becoming competent in even one of these languages requires either 1.) 1,000s of hours of work. Then, even if you were to avoid that route, you could 2.) end up spending $10,000+ on a professional developer.
In both cases you’ll only be creating an app for just the iPhone, or just Google Play - both of which didn’t exist a few years ago and are sure to change.
In this course, I’ll take you through avoiding both of these huge problems.
Within 60 minutes of taking this course you’ll be able to both develop and push live your own iPhone AND Android app.
Then, with some basic HTML knowledge, and a little creativity, you’ll also be able to launch similar apps, as many times as you’d like.
I know, because just using the template I developed, which I provide all the code for in this course, I’ve personally launched over a dozen applications in both the Apple and Google Play Stores.
These apps are not only simple to launch, but when marketed the right way, can even make you some additional passive income. Without much effort you can even get into the thousands of dollars per month.
Not sure how to do that? Don’t worry, I have included an additional section with strategies on exactly how to do it.
I look forward to seeing you in the class.
P.S. Keep in mind, I’ve lowered the price of this course to be able to build enough student sample projects. If you’re able to make this through this course, I’d love to know and feature your project.
P.S.S. My personal teaching philosophy is to have a good time while doing it, so you will hear me cuss and mess around. Don’t take this stuff too seriously, OK?
Great course for novice to more advanced developer. I have working on android for some months and found this course really benefiting me. Thanks for your great course.
There are missing lectures and from the comments, it looks like they've been missing for at least 4 months.
If you're a web developer that doesn't really know much about phone apps, then this course is perfect. It took me step by step on how to take a basic responsive webpage and turn it into an app FAST. Without this course I would have spent hours researching how to do each step along the process. Just be aware that he is not teaching how to make an app, but as the title of the course says, bring an html / css / js web app and make it into a phone app.
This course is just a waste of time ! They do not explain to you how to build the app/game they just give you some files and show to you how to register on some websites, This is a really big fail !! they don't know what about are talking !
While I learned something that I haven't learned before, the presenter was TOO relax (his manner might offend people). The material felt a little dated as well, but it's great to start.