Self-service mobile app builder Mobile Roadie unveiled a new version of its service that provides even greater customization options, called Mobile Roadie Pro.

The service lets users log in to an online app management tool, and then provide content to a variety of templates. The Pro version adds full customization of each app’s menu layout, colors, buttons, and fonts, as well as a global search tool and newly designed landscape views.

From the release:
Three examples of apps built on the new Pro platform include the Wynn Las Vegas, indie electro label Ninja Tune, and music and lifestyle publication the Fader. Ninja Tune's new app has profiles for all 90 of their artists. "The launch of the Ninja Tune app syncs with our 20th Anniversary and lets fans check out new artists and remember old favorites," says Leslie Madill, Director of Marketing for Ninja Tune USA. "The photos, video stream, and the option to buy tracks and concert tickets keeps Ninja Tune on the forefront of the action - something we've been known for, for two decades."
Mobile Roadie starts at $499 to setup and $29 per month. Building apps requires no tech knowledge, can be done in about 30 minutes, and includes technology updates throughout the year, adding new features and functionality.

And find out which music apps are the best of the best at Billboard’s Mobile Entertainment Live: The Music App Summit, Oct. 5 at Moscone West in San Francisco.