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Hi Everybody,
This is the Rheti dev team. If you haven't heard about us we've created an app that lets you build native Android apps on your phone, without coding. We've just launched a major update to our free private beta and we'd love to know what you think. If you sign up for our beta at and mention XDA in the reason for your application we'll make sure to let you in.

An overview of some the changes (there were quite a few):
-Integrated Blockly, the open source javascript visual programming language maintained by MIT. You can now build features (events/automation on the way) with Blockly and add them to the app.
-Backend feature redone to make it easier. We have tutorials on the site for how to do this as well.
-Added a bunch of components like augmented reality, youtube feeds, and so on.
-Added some templates. We're adding several more each day this week.

If you have any ideas or constructive criticism please let us know! We are adding lots more components and relying on your feedback to know what to add, so if you give us an idea there is a good chance we will use it.

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