Free online service lets you “build, test, track and update” iPad applications for sale in the Apple store.
There’s a great new mobile app publishing sited called iBuildApp that lets you create your own apps for Apple’s iPad.
The online service provides a “simple and inexpensive way to build, test, track and update” iPad application that supports text, rss feeds, images, audio, and video, and much, much more.
You can create a free Apple iPad application for your business, family, or friends within minutes.
Now the iBuildApp is free to use, but it does charge you $199 bucks if you want it to handle the hassle of submitting it to the Apple store for you.
“We’ll help you create your Apple Developer Account and take care of the rest: Distribution Certificate, provisioning, and building of your apps,” it says. “You’ll also be able to preview apps on your own iPhone with test builds if you provide you Device ID.”
Overall, I’d have to say the iBuildApp service is pretty cool. I took it for a test drive and created the following app in about 10 minutes from start to finish.