When you make an HTML5 game you can choose whether distributing it on the web or you can build it as native app and publish it on native apps stores. A lot of game devs asked us about how this process works and we came to help: we’ve created the list of the best tools to wrap and package your HTML5 game to native apps for iOS, Android, Windows Phone and other native platforms.
PhoneGap is a free and open source framework that allows you to create mobile apps using standardized web APIs for the platforms you care about.
Apple iOS, BlackBerry, Google Android, LG webOS, Microsoft Windows Phone (7 and 8), NokiaSymbian OS, Tizen (SDK 2.x), Bada, Firefox OS, and Ubuntu Touch
Game Closure is democratizing mobile game development using HTML5, allowing developers to build a game once and launch seamlessly everywhere.
iOS and Android
The Crosswalk Project
Enable the most advanced web innovations with the Crosswalk Project web runtime to develop powerful Android and Cordova apps.
Chrome, Tizen and Android
Build great mobile experiences faster. Native apps. Mobile APIs. Real-time analytics. One Platform. Support Android, iOS and Windows.
Mobile Chrome Apps
Chrome Apps for Mobile is a project based on Apache Cordova to run your Chrome Apps on both Android and iOS.
If you want to suggest us more wrappers like these, feel free to contact us and let us know!
This blog post is part of the HTML5 game development column and you may also find very interesting our previous posts here.
Just like every time, we definitely need to thanks Andre Antonio Schmitz of Cian games.
Remember that we are always looking for HTML5 games to license or distribute with revenue share!