28 Jan 2011 at 15:08
We’ve had a crazy few months since our launch at the Internet World show in London — since then we’ve worked hard to make AppBaker even more irresistible to anyone interested in building iPhone/iOS Apps. Today we’re announcing Starter Packs. Easy yet powerful packages that will get you or your clients up and running in no time.
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Select a Starter Pack
You can now select a Starter Pack for an affordable, fast, simple and hassle-free way to build and manage your iPhone app. Check out the entire Starter Pack selection here. Or, go Vanilla, start with a blank slate to built your totally custom app in mere hours.
Apply branding and add more screens
All Starter Packs give you an impressive fully customizable option, allowing you to style and modify your app to suit your individual requirements or specifications. All you need to do is choose from the many screen options available, not forgetting that you can add your own using the do-it-yourself Vanilla, available within every starter pack.
Use the unique AppBaker Player
The exclusive AppBaker Player allows you to preview your app using the web based simulator or even better on your iPhone/iOS device. Once ready, AppBaker will carry out the entire submission process getting your App to Appstore in a breeze. Watch our video to find out more.
We’re really interested to see what you think. Whether you’ve decided to build an App, or it’s something you’re considering, we’re here to help! We’d love to walk you through and assist you with any help you need to get your App Baking in no time.
Thank you and have a great day.
11 Aug 2010 at 10:35
(“as sent via email to our registered users”)
Following our message yesterday and opening up access to App Baker, response has been overwhelming and we are already receiving excellent feedback, thank you!
Most of the questions we received are related to three areas: the App Baker Player, documentation and samples. Before I point you to the answers to these questions, I would like to say that our aim is to only use email communication occasionally, for example to make important service announcements, inform you of important changes etc. For day to day updates we will be using twitter and our support desk with integrated forum.
So please, please please make sure you follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/appbaker for multiple updates throughout the day and monitor our forum http://support.appbaker.com/forums by subscribing to its RSS feed for announcements concerning technical issues as well as answers to your questions, since we won’t be using email so frequently in the near future.
Regarding the App Baker Player and other questions, please follow this link to the announcements section of our forum.
Thank you again for your support!
App Baker Product Manager
10 Aug 2010 at 14:14
Great news! The first two apps we built using AppBaker and submitted to Apple have now been approved! We have the green light from Apple in two key areas: the type of apps we can build and the way we ‘bundle’ them for submission.
You can see the two apps we built right now:
The Cinema Guide is a really cool app that enables users to make a date to see Cameron Diaz or Tom Cruise (or indeed any other Hollywood stars!) at their local cinemas. For those who have or will soon get access to AppBaker, this app is really a showcase of how “folder screens” are used to provide extensive drilldown functionality within the app.
The Pharmacies Guide is for local Cyprus users (it’s in Greek!) but it nevertheless showcases some really cool Google mapping features to help users locate the nearest pharmacy. This ‘geotagging’ could easily be applied to a number of different apps that can be built easily using AppBaker.
So what’s next?
Armed with our Apple approval, we’re now opening up access to the beta service so that we can get feedback from users that will help us further develop our powerful Web-based platform for building and managing native, custom-branded iPhone and iPod touch apps.
We thought we’d use the summer downtime to evaluate this valuable feedback and also use the time to create a complete set of documentation for AppBaker. A full-on launch isn’t too far away now, we promise!
If you have registered with us, we’ll be emailing updates to you. If you haven’t, why not get on board by signing up today at https://appbaker.com/en/sign-up/? Or you can visit our FAQ page, or follow us on Twitter (http://twitter.com/appbaker) for the latest updates.
25 Jun 2010 at 16:22
In our last blog we told you about our success at the Internet World show in London, where we were cooking up a storm with Appbaker, our self-service platform for building and deploying ‘’tasty’ native iPhone Apps without typing a line of code.
We collected lots of useful feedback (thanks!) to help us further develop our powerful Web-based platform for building and managing native, custom-branded iPhone and iPod touch apps. Our intention was to open up the service, effectively extending the Beta program, by June 1st.
However, the combination of adding new features (which users have asked for!) and general delays in Apple’s approval process for new Apps means we are slightly behind the curve in terms of our predicted launch date.
The good news is, we should be able to go ahead in the next week or so, at which point we will be able to start approving users who have registered with us and to give them access to the App Baker system. This will not be a full-blown public launch, but an exclusive and staged expansion of the Beta testing.
Meanwhile, if you have registered, please bear with us for a little while longer.
How can I find out more?
Visit our FAQ page, and follow us on Twitter (http://twitter.com/appbaker) for the latest news and release updates.
19 May 2010 at 10:09
Appbaker stand at Internet World 2010
At the recent Internet World show in London we were cooking up a storm with Appbaker, our self-service platform for building and deploying ‘’tasty’ native iPhone Apps without typing a line of code.
Our stand was one of the busiest (and hottest!) at the show, with hundreds of visitors getting a sneak preview of how simple it is to build unique iPhone apps. Feedback was phenomenal – so we’re rising!
What is Appbaker?
Appbaker is our powerful Web-based platform for building and managing native, custom-branded iPhone and iPod touch apps. You can build apps in less than an hour – no technical skills or iPhone Developer account required. And here at Appbaker we take care of publishing your apps to Apple’s App Store.
Why App ‘baker’?
Simple. Appbaker provides the ingredients to make mouthwatering apps. As a user all you need to worry about is what you want to bake, and leave the rest to us. Sweet, eh?