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    Default Starting up an app

    Does anyone know how?

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    Not sure what you mean?

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    Inventing an app for i phones etc. Apparently there is a lot of money to be made

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kazza78 View Post
    Inventing an app for i phones etc. Apparently there is a lot of money to be made
    No idea
    But i have heard there is lots of $$ to be made too...

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    I think you need to hire a computer programmer.

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    You can design a app in xCode which is a Apple development program.
    https://developer.apple.com/xcode/

    Once you have the designed, have your app functioning, etc. You will then be required to set up an iTunes Connect account which is $99/year.


    This link gives you the basic run down of what to do and the cost behind developing a app for iphone.
    http://www.bluecloudsolutions.com/bl...t-develop-app/

    It is costly, but if you have a App that appeals to everyone (e.g. Angry Birds)then your return on you initial investment can be large.

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    My husband has just finished having his app made. He used a business based in India to design and make it. I can't remember the name but can ask him if you are interested?

    The cost of having it made depends on how technical the app is. So if it's a game it would cost a lot more than (for example) a more simple app. His app cost 3-4 grand in the end and took about 6 months from being an idea to it being for sale in the app store.

    ETA: Just realised this thread is really old!

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    You need to hire a developer

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    Its alright I am still here reading the replies, lol. Thanks. I think I saw it on 60 minutes aug last year. Good to know how much and where to go through. I wont be doing it anytime soon tho. I wouldnt have any idea of what to do anyway

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    Sorry I didn't realise it was an old post! (Sure i seen it it the new posts haha)


 

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