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ToxicJew.
12-09-2011, 10:31 AM
There are several tools to help you develop an iOS app, while knowing absolutely nothing about C++ or Objective C. (http://www.codeleakers.com/showthread.php?31753-TUT-Objective-C) If you're here to learn how to actually develop an app yourself, just wait. Tutorial on the development process soon.

If you want to have your app laid out for you on a web interface, and you want access to a simulator without having OS X, then you want to take a look at Appmakr. (http://www.appmakr.com/)

Bands can use MobBase (http://www.mobbase.com/) to keep fans up to date on their music, tour dates, etc.

iSites (http://isites.us/) will consolidate your RSS feeds from Quick Post, Blogger, Posterous, Youtube, Flickr, and other social media sites. It assembles everything into a complete app that's fun to use.

Without your needing to know anything, Swebapps (http://swebapps.com/) lets you design advanced apps that include streaming audio, photo galleries, map and location capabilities, and even podcasts.

My App Builder (http://myappbuilder.com/) has been used to create over 500 apps. Build an identical app for iPhone and Android platforms. You only need to provide them with your content and a "blueprint." The rest is done for you for $29 a month.

For $39 per month, Bizness Apps (http://www.biznessapps.com/) will let you choose from a menu of options to create your iPhone app within your web browser. The company also guarantees to finish your app for you if you run into trouble.

ellijah
12-09-2011, 10:33 AM
I've wanted to make an app for a while but when I've looked it up it seems like it takes a lot of stuff and some investment.

ToxicJew.
12-09-2011, 10:35 AM
It takes investment to build one on your computer, using Xcode. I've been working on an app for a while now, and you can't just download the software and simulator, and build it. You have to pay $99 for a developer license, if you want to test your app on actual iDevices. It's worth it, if you make money off of your app.