Building an iPhone app is going to be much easier
very soon. A Mac application called AppOmater will allow you to build
custom iPhone apps with no coding experience. NonLinear Software used the music show of the National Association of
Music Merchants in Anaheim unveil its newest product, AppOmator.
Using AppOmater, you can add custom graphics for the background and
menu transitions, as well as the ability to create buttons in your app.
You can link to tracks with audio, video, images, and chapter index
markers, taking users to a specific place in a media file.
Once your app is complete, you upload it to the AppOmator Web site,
where it is processed. At that point, you can pay to download it, then
use your iPhone
Developer Account to submit it to the App Store approval process. For a
monthly fee, you also have the option to have AppOmator handle your end
of the approval process for you.
AppOmator is expected to be released in early February. The app will
be free to download, but there will be a charge to claim your finished