We'll keep this short, folks. At the link is a replay of a webinar Genuitec did last week showcasing its mobile IDE, MobiOne. In it, viewers will learn how to use MobiOne to create cross-platform mobile apps for Apple App Store, Amazon, Google Play and Android Market. MobiOne uses a "magic button" (a term from our developers) that auto-sizes Android apps to work on the most popular smartphones and tablets, while also making the same app available for iOS devices - all using Windows computers.

Video here

MobiOne is a desktop tool, not a browser based solution and it costs US $99 a year, but if you watch the webinar you'll discover a discount code good for until June 30, 2012.

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Posted on Jun 21st 2012