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AppGyver Launches Supersonic, Bringing Native-Grade UI and Data to HTML5 Hybrid Apps




SAN FRANCISCO, CA — (Marketwired) — 12/03/14 — AppGyver (), provider of innovative tools for rapid mobile app development, today announced the launch of AppGyver Supersonic, a new hybrid mobile app Framework.

Supersonic delivers hybrid app performance indistinguishable from native, easy integration of virtually any cloud service, and dramatically simplifies the creation of complex apps. The new framework builds on AppGyver–s technology, which boosts PhoneGap-based HTML5 hybrid app performance to near-native app level.

Supersonic introduces a new, declarative way for building high-performance mobile app user interfaces. By extending standard HTML5 syntax, Supersonic introduces a whole new set of native elements previously inaccessible to hybrid app developers. This seamless interplay of HTML5 and native UI blurs the line between the two, and reaches performance unseen in the hybrid app space until today.

“Building HTML5 hybrid apps that look and perform like real native apps can be really hard. With Supersonic we–re making it as easy as traditional web development,” says Marko Lehtimaki, CEO of AppGyver.

With the Supersonic launch, AppGyver boosts Android performance by 2.5 to 3x as compared with traditional PhoneGap apps. AppGyver–s technology is backward compatible with PhoneGap, bringing Android boost improvements to developers using any PhoneGap-based framework such as Ionic and Famo.us.

Some of Supersonic–s performance improvements are a result of AppGyver–s collaboration with Intel on the open source web runtime project, Crosswalk. “Application developers can use Supersonic to create hybrid apps with native-like performance on Android. Developers building hybrid applications faster, with better performance gives end-users more choices and a better experience,” said Hillarie Prestopine, Director Software Experience Center, Intel–s Open Source Technology Center.

Supersonic–s improvements also extend to use of data in mobile apps. “Most mobile apps today utilize a number of cloud services. However, synchronizing data over unreliable networks, caching, authentication, all these take a lot of time to do right,” added Marko. “In Supersonic, we–ve made cloud APIs a natural part of mobile app development, in the same way local databases are a natural part of server-side app development.”

Please go to for a video of AppGyver Supersonic in action. To sign up for a Supersonic account, go to

AppGyver provides a complete platform for novice and seasoned mobile developers alike to quickly build, test, preview and deploy fully functioning HTML5 mobile apps that are indistinguishable from native counterparts. AppGyver Supersonic, a next-generation mobile hybrid framework, pushes the limits of HTML5 and blurs the line between native apps and HTML5-based hybrids with a new high-performance mobile engine. For more information, please visit .

Marko Lehtimaki
(415) 972-9823

Neil Vineberg
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