Deal Spotlight: Codeanywhere lets you write apps from any place for 92 percent off

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If you want to be able to write code for apps from any location, you have to check out Codeanywhere. This cloud-based development service lets you create code if you have any Android or iOS smartphone or tablet, or if you have access to a web browser.

Normally, a lifetime freelancer subscription to Codeanywhere would cost you a whopping $1,260. However, this week Android Authority readers have the price cut down to just $89, a savings of 92 percent. The fine print is that technically this price will give you access for three years, but the good news is that when that expiration arrives, you just have to email the company at support@codewanywhere.com and it will renew that three year subscription for free. You will have to do this move every 3 years, but if you do, this subscription will be renewed for free as long as you live.

Codeanywhere offers support for over 75 programming languages, so the chances are that anything you use will be available from this service. Autocomplete support is also available for HTML, XML, CSS, JavaScript, Python & PHP languages. It lets you connect to up to 50 FTP servers, along with pairing support for when you want to collaborate on a coding project with a friend. You can connect your code to  FTP, SFTP, Dropbox, Google Drive and other services, and you can run any command on your container or remote servers by using SSH. 

You can view different versions of your code in Codeanywhere to pinpoint disparities between each of your saves and you can choose from a large number of predefined dev stacks. Finally, you can quickly connect to any of your existing Git repositories.

Are you ready to start coding your apps from anywhere for a super-low price? Then click on the button below to save 92 percent off Codeanywhere.

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via Android Authority

December 18, 2017 at 09:40AM