Thunkable vs AI2 vs Kodular vs AppyBuilder


(Abhishek Gangwar) #1

Which is better of the given option? Can anyone tell and why?

(Sander Jochems) #2

You might wanne check this list.

(Abhishek Gangwar) #3

But Thunkable looks good in look.

(Sander Jochems) #4

There are many functions that Makeroid has and Thunkable doesnt, but that is also the other way. You should look what you need for your app and then choose

(Abhishek Gangwar) #5

But Thunkable have Artificial Intelligence feature which is not in Makeroid

(Sander Jochems) #6

That are extensions. You can import them to Makeroid

(Abhishek Gangwar) #7

Is there any place to download the extensions which I need for my app?

(Sander Jochems) #8

I have added 2 link to my post:

(Abhishek Gangwar) #9

Is there any website with all the extensions?



you forgot to mention at least one further distribution…
for a complete overview see here!topic/ai4a/ajG4Q6UrRR8


(Ben) #12

I changed the title, thank you for the info.

(Diego Barreiro PĂ©rez) #13

You can just mention it, @Taifun :wink:

BTW, could you update our logo and links at that post?
Thanks :sweat_smile:


The best way is to choose by yourself which builder you want to use.

(Diego Barreiro PĂ©rez) #15

Also, there is not the best builder in the world

All those type of questions are just subjective depending on the point of view
Some of them has some features that others doesn’t or other stuff

(Kleyber Derick) #16

The best option is always those which meets your needs. It does not matter if it is AI2, Thunkable, Makeroid or other ones. In my case, I have chosen Makeroid.

(Sander Jochems) #17

Good choice :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye: :joy:

(Ben) #18

There is no good choice, every choice is great. Whether you choose AppyBuilder or Thunkable you have to respect their choice as their choice is as valuable as yours. For some features I like AppyBuilder way way more than Makeroid. But in some points, Makeroid wins my choice.

(Sander Jochems) #19

You just have to look which features you like and which you need for a app and then you know what your best choice is (for the app that you are creating).

(Ben) #20

Yup, agree with that. :+1: