Now anyone who has an idea for a mobile application can create it with drag-n-drop ease using the new MobiOne Studio version 1.0. No developing, coding or special skills required to make Web apps that look and feel like native apps for the iPhone. Simply put, if you can create a PowerPoint presentation, you can design functionally rich app using MobiOne.

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MobiOne consists of two powerful components; the Design Center and the Test Center. Once an app is created in the Design Center, you then have the option of running your design in the MobiOne Test Center, which provides an industry-leading iPhone emulator and the the ability to inspect the generated mobile code. To go a step further, you can test and share your mobile apps by sending them directly to your phone(s).

MobiOne is available for Windows operating systems only, allowing Windows-based shops previously-unseen access to iPhone and other smartphone application design. While the 1.0 version focuses on iPhone application design, MobiOne’s roadmap will create the premiere cross-device toolkit for mobile development.

MobiOne is available for a 15-day free trial, and is conveniently priced at $99.95 for a perpetual license. Periodic feature upgrades will be available for a low fee as more smartphone devices are added and existing devices evolve.

MobiOne will next support Android, tablets (such as the iPad), Blackberry, Nokia and Windows mobile devices.

So try out MobiOne today and let us know what you think!

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Posted on Nov 17th 2010