The title says it all. If you're a marketing professional, work in an art department or are a hobbyist then MobiOne is for you! Designing apps is easy as using your mouse - put together an iPhone app just like a slideshow. Then preview it on your actual iPhone by using MobiOne's "Send to Phone" feature.

To show you how easy it can be, here's a quick tutorial on using transitions in Web apps. Transitions are how you navigate a Web app, like the "next" and "back" buttons, or clicking on an image to learn more information. MobiOne makes the whole iPhone Web app design process easy.

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Posted on Jul 16th 2010