BlogApper Introduces DIY iPhone Apps for Blogs

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Online tool lets bloggers create their own iPhone apps in a snap and on a budget.

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Blogosphere has been slow to adapt mobile apps due to high cost and lack of blog-specific features – BlogApper is about to change that

BlogApper (http://blogapper.com), lets bloggers create their own iPhone apps in a snap and on budget. The service is an alternative to other, significantly more expensive solutions, which until now, made blog-specific app development not feasible.

“Blogosphere has been slow to adapt mobile apps due to high cost and lack of blog-specific features – BlogApper is about to change that,” says Daniel Ballarin, Founder and President of Surfedia, Inc, the company behind BlogApper. “Focusing on a specific market, will enable us to provide app features that our customers want.”

An online-based app design tool allows bloggers to customize their apps, including text color, icons, header, footer and backgrounds. Clients can use graphics provided by BlogApper, or upload their own for a completely unique look. Once they’re happy with the design, BlogApper builds and tests the app before submitting it to iTunes.

Among the initial features offered by BlogApper are app download statistics. An invaluable piece of information for those who want to generate extra revenue by selling private ad banners on their apps, much like they do on their blogs.

BlogApper’s native apps store data on the device itself, allowing users to read blog posts in both online and offline modes. Users can also send posts to an email address or visit the original post on the web.

Two service plans let customers pick the one that fits their needs:

  •     Plan 1 - $25/month, all inclusive, no additional charge for extra features or app updates
  •     Plan 2 – $179, flat fee, no recurring charges, future app updates $69/update

For more information, contact Daniel Ballarin at daniel(at)blogapper(dot)net or (708) 202-9855

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