Maybe you have thought, but you have abandoned the idea for lack of jurisdiction and / or financial means. Here is an article that should interest you. If you decide to make your app, thank you to inform us with a link here. [note mg]
JamPot’s new AppBuilder asks a series of questions and spits out a genuine, though limited-function, app. It could blow the market wide open.
With JamPot’s AppBuilder, you can build a genuine iPhone or Android app in mere minutes for free–according to the company’s own website. The young company, savvy to the ever-shifting smartphone market, says it will soon support Windows Phone 7 too, meaning it’ll address the market that RIM seems to be losing its grip on very fast according to new surveys on smartphone use.
The idea behind AppBuilder, JamPot’s VP of Sales Matthew David explained to Fast Company, is simple. By using its web interface, pretty much anyone, no matter their coding expertise, can create a smartphone app and have it running on their device within minutes.
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