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.