How did you came to know about Kodular?
Me: Searched on Youtube for how to make apps and I found Thunkable… Later I explored App Inventor Variant builders and found Kodular… (Makeroid at that time)
As it has more features, I sticked to it…
What about you:
- Google Search
- Social Media
- From other builders to Kodular
You can also tell a story in reply…
If your answer is from other builder to Kodular, then which one?
- MIT App Inventor
- Other(Please reply, I will add)
Same story as your. First I came to know we can make app without coding on YouTube then I stared thunkable after that Kodular( Makeroid ) as Kodular gives more features I am still here.
I was searching extensions for App Inventor and came across @Taifun’s site.
Snapshot from Time machine
I saw this:
So I said to myself:
Hm, didn’t know, let’s try them.
So I tried all of them and switched to Kodular since I liked it the most.
Anyone has not learn’t about kodular from
Friens/Relatives Others or Social Media. Why???
I don’t if anyone believes it but my one is same
I think ontstudions and Yoshi are made of same person.
Might be false, but at least they must be best of friends
Even @Diego came from other builder
I think MIT App Inventor
Or may be from all builders and then inspired to create Kodular
A lot of users are using multiple builders. I used App Inventor, Thunkable, AppyBuilder when i discovered Kodular then called Makeroid.
I was immediately impressed by what these young guys were doing. So i was there almost from the beginning. @Boban and i joined the community on the same day now almost 3 years ago.
@Peter Are you an employee?
Very good question… Did ask myself many times…
No i am a moderator on the community.
Are you doing job as a moderator?
Salaried / partner of Kodular?
voluntarily means i do it for free. So no pay. But we are getting off-topic. This is not the lets ask @Peter a lot of questions.
I came across kodular because my google account deleted it’s self so I couldn’t use mitai2 then I looked up for mitai2 alternative and found makeroid (that’s what it was called at the time)