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An iPhone App for your business, just $39 a month?

An iPhone App for your business, just $39 a month?

| Mobile Devices News | Posted: Nov 26, 2010 2:30 am

Bizness Apps have entered the crowd of DIY iPhone development platforms - saying they can do it from start to finish for just $39 a month.

 

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The company has gotten support from investors to go forth with their plan. At $39 a month, it becomes affordable for a lot of companies that usually wouldn't bother with mobile apps or more specifically the iOS platform.

 

For $39 a month, no one would expect the most elaborate App - but the pricing is attractive enough to get some air time and will allow people who would never normally think of this type of path for their business - to definitely stop and smell the roses.

 

Every iPhone App would be custom-made for businesses, then submitted to the App Store for approval, updated regularly with new features and improvements by the people at Bizness Apps.

 

Features include:

 

turn-by turn GPS directions

 

sharing capabilities that work with Facebook, Twitter and email clients

 

in-app messaging and push notifications

 

check-in and couponing capabilities

 

calendering options

 

and more!

 

The company makes money from monthly support and maintenance fees, but also offer custom iPhone app development and design services.

 

Here's a video of how it would work:

 

 

NEWS SOURCE
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