Our newest technology break-through for iPhone, iPad and iPod app development means Windows users can now create native iOS apps and webapps without owning a Mac or knowing Objective-C. These two Apple requirements are "hidden costs" that quickly add-up to thousands of dollars and make the prospect of creating native apps even more daunting.  But now, for the first time, you can use your existing Windows computer to create the same native apps you see in the App Store only for a lot less and using what you already own.

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What's better than that? Well, you don't actually need to know code - at all. In fact, if you can string together a PowerPoint presentation (we're fairly certain everyone can do this), then you have all the skills needed to create an App Store app, the only limitation is your imagination.

MobiOne is designed for web developers, marketing departments, business consultants, and anyone who doesn't know Objective-C or want to buy a Mac, but wants to create and build App Store-ready iOS applications and webapps.

The communications power plant inside MobiOne is a cloud technology that Genuitec engineered called “AppCenter,” where app designers can test their native and webapps in a private Genuitec cloud for access anywhere. The AppCenter technology allows for easy testing of apps and webapps over the air (using iOS 4+) or through iTunes. Testing links can be shared via email or SMS for multiple device testing and previews.

Not to add too much hyperbole in this blog post, but we know this is a "game changer" in iOS app development as we've effectively lowered the bar for anyone to create native and web iOS apps - we've given the power to you, the everyday users to get in the app development game.

MobiOne is $99 and is fully supported by our staff with updates included. If you have any questions, check out our forums first or drop a note in there and we'll get back to you soon. Go, here.

Here is a picture of a basic sample app created in MobiOne, it took less than 10 minutes to create and prepare for the App Store (just imagine what you can do).

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Posted on Jan 10th 2012