URLgApp is a free online tool to convert website to Android app. It takes a URL of a website from you along with some other details for the app and then generate an APK file. Not only that but if you are planning to deploy the app on Google Play Store then you can do that. In that case, you can specify Google Play key, app logo, and package name and then your app will be ready to be published on play store.
This is a completely free tool that you can use to convert any website to Android app. There is no registration or sign up process to get started. You only have to simply fill the information on the main website and wait for it to generate the Android app.
On the main website, it follows a queue system. If there are multiple people using it at the same time, then you will have to wait for your turn to get your APK build in process.
How to Convert Website to Android app with this Free Online Tool?
Since there is no sign or registration, just go to the main homepage. On the main UI, you will see some fields that you have to fill out in order to get the corresponding APK file. The main UI looks like this.
Now, you have to enter everything that it asks there. Specify the link of the website for which you want to get the corresponding Android app. Along with the URL, you specify an app logo and some other information.
Just hit the “Generate app” button and then let it do the rest. If you are number 1 in queue, then it will start building your app right away.
After it is done, it will give you 3 files which you will need to deploy your app on Google Play Store. If you are running Windows 11 then you can install APK file on your PC.
In this way, you can use this simple and useful online tool to generate APK for any website. You are free to use it for any number of times and it will just work fine. Also, in the coming updates, you will be able to choose permissions for your app.
If you have a responsive website, then you can simply convert it to an Android app. And the website I have mentioned here will help you. Just give it a URL and then it will generate an Android app for you in no time. What I liked best is that it even helps you publish your app to the Google Play Store.