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A Cheap Way to Build an iPhone and Android App

by Fred Abramson on January 20, 2010 · 6 comments

Both TechCrunch and Mashable reported on the launch of iSites, a new service that makes it really easy to launch both an iPhone and Android app for your website in 10 minutes.  As a side note, too bad all the cool lower case i legal names are taken. Perhaps I should rename my firm  iAbramson Attorney at Law.

iSites will transform your data and RSS feed  into a real iPhone and Android app. The cost? $25.  An absolute steal!  How cool is that?

With most people expected to access the Internet through mobile devices in the next few years, transforming your site to mobile is a must do. The $25 price tag makes it a no brainier.




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  • Santiago Cueto

    This is a great value considering I paid a bit more for the App I recently created for my law blog–the International Business Law Advisor http://tiny.cc/SLScR
    Although I'm pleased with the App, I would have saved some $$$ had I known. Thanks for passing the info.

  • http://twitter.com/fredabramson Frederic Abramson

    Santiago, have you received any ROI yet from the app?

  • Santiago Cueto

    Frederic,
    As we just launched the App last week, its too early to tell. However, I remain very optimistic given the comments and media attention it generated. At minimum, it gives existing and potential clients another avenue to keep up with emerging trends in international business law. I also believe it's another way to add value to the customer service experience. Thanks again for sharing this information with your readers.

  • http://www.TimeshareJuice.com/ erick arndt

    I am glad you shared. This sounds like a great service. I went to look for iSites but wasn't easy to find (it's not isites.com). It's located at iSites.us

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  • sdesign

    Those companies offer a really cool service. Also, check out http://www.PhoneFreelancer.com if your looking to hire an iPhone developer dirt cheap. You post your app idea project and get tons of iPhone development quotes. Cool free service, check it out.

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