Bravo Vision 17+

No-code mobile app builder


Designed for iPhone

    • 4.5 • 98 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

iPhone Screenshots


Bravo Vision is the companion app to Bravo Studio which allows you to view and interact with your Bravo projects on your iOS device.
This app requires you to log in with your Bravo Studio account in order to see your projects.

TIP: While you are viewing a project, tap and hold your screen to return to your projects list or update changes with Bravo Studio.

Terms of Use:

What’s New

Version 2.4.2

-API call optimization
-Debugger improvements
-Photo upload fixes
-Minor fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
98 Ratings

98 Ratings

Cali dude in Japan ,

So fast

Brilliant tool for fast prototyping. No contest in terms of speed and design integrity!

Maliikm ,

Fun to try, but ultimately feels like a toy

Bravo consumed about a week of my life of nonstop effort towards building an app for fun. I “developed” a recipe app that auto generates new recipes with OpenAI’s API, and allows users to saves those recipes to their favorites list.

One good thing I can say about bravo was that importing my designs from figma was very simple and “bravorising” the app design was fairly easy, but there are so many choices that have been baked into the app that don’t make sense imo, like not being able to use auto layout yo design your app screens, or not having a way to build navigation into the app without figma’s page flow builder.

I wish I could say something positive about the documentation, but unfortunately the documentation is lacking and much of it is outdated. Many of the videos on their YouTube channel don’t go in depth enough on several topics regarding building with Bravo and community support is really not there. Lots of questions go unanswered by those posting on the community page, and I got the feeling that Bravo doesn’t have much of a community at all. It seems the crowd left along with the original no code hype of 2020/2021 and I’ve hardly seen anyone online share projects or interesting use cases.

Personally I had a lot of trouble getting around Bravo’s, strange limitations and quirks, such as not having the ability to bind children elements to data that isn’t bound to a parent element. I also found it strange that instead of just building many of the page-level settings into the app builder, you have to go about things like page transitions and the ability to enable page refresh by adding bravo “tags” to pages in the figma design file. Every. Single. Page. After a while it just became too difficult to keep track of what page was updated with the newest tag and which one should use what transition or was allowed to refresh or should have a dark vs light status bar, etc etc. Truthfully, there should be one place to establish and manage these settings, or an app wide setting for things like enabling the status bar, at least.

Of all its quirks, one thing that really irked me was Bravos poor API management system. I found myself having to wait for 5-10 seconds when moving between request tabs (not even making api calls), and the worst part was spending 30+ minutes trying to figure out why a specific API call wasn’t working, only to try the call from a new tab only to find out there wasn’t a problem with the call, but something was going wrong on the backend. This happened multiple times.

I do think that for the right person bravo studio could be a really great solution to some potential problems, but I felt like I was spending way more time trying to overcome the short falls of bravo, than building an app, and I can’t imagine how much time I would’ve saved had I used a builder like glide which provides a simpler overall workflow as well as similar integrations via APIs.

超最強!! ,

Way too far from a production quality.

- Every click events are so slow.

- The icons are blurry. This makes me feel using a spam app.

- Images are not optimized. It takes 3-5 seconds to display an image. Too slow.

Nobody can use this app for a product.

App Privacy

The developer, CodelessLabs, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Identifiers

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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