Coming of iPhone in mobile field is an era changing phenomenon. It has changed the perception of mobiles from being communication device alone to a compact computer, even replacement of many functions from computers and also capable of managing all sorts of functions that modern PC does.The versatility and publicity of an iPhone describe the story of its huge success in smart phones market.
Apple has opened its SDk for developers to further enhance its third party iphone software development customizations. Iphone software development , along with Android is definitely taking market from other mobile software developments.
iPhone Software development Tools
Some of the tools that can be used for iPhone Software development :
iPhone Dev Center :The main & official source for creating iPhone applications.
iPhoney: Gives a pixel-accurate web browsing environment and really good for developing web sites for iPhone.
iUI: A very functional iPhone UI library.
Zeustek has well equipped and experienced developers to work on iPhone software Development Project using iMac and simulator. We develop iPhone applications of the following categories.
* Entertainment industry related software
* Sales and Marketing
* Social Networking software
* Travel Booking software
* GPS Tracking software
* Middle Wear Supporter
* Utility software
* Productivity software
* Touch screen application
* Weather related data collection software
If you need experienced professional iPhone software development team to take care of your iPhone software development to integrate with your Business Software, You are at right palace and feel free to Contact Us now!
Questions received last week:
Hi Vinay, Will my Mac software run on the iPhone?
No, but since iPhone software is developed using the same development tools as Mac software, it’s possible that developers will be able to re-use some of their code to make iPhone versions of their programs. But the entire user-interface layer of the iPhone, dubbed “Cocoa Touch,” is completely different from the Mac’s Cocoa interface layer, owing to the iPhone’s finger-based interface.
Article publié pour la première fois le 23/11/2010