Before you start using Andromo, you do have to register. Once you've done so, you can start developing your project following each of the simple steps that it proposes. The process is very simple, as all of the elements that you can adjust are divided between different tabs.
The personalization options that Andromo offers range from choosing the icon you want your app to have and the way you want the bar at the top of your app to appear to deciding which external services you want to use with the app (Facebook, Flickr, Twitter, Youtube or Google Maps).
One drawback that you should keep in mind before finalizing your app is that you can't test it before you compile it, so you have to make sure that everything is set up correctly before you do so. Once it's ready, you can send the APK file to your email and test it either on an emulator like 'Bluestacks' or on your device itself.
Andromo is a tool that provides you with some excellent features and a great interface, which truly make creating an app and uploading it to Google Play child's play. In less than an hour, you'll have finished whatever app you want.