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Create free iPhone app for your Blog in 5 mins

bloapp iphone app creator

OK you are not a developer and just a Blogger, but you dream of an iPhone app for your blog which can be installed by your readers on their iPhone and can grab updates of your blog instantly right from the app.

But if you use the suggestion which I am about to give you, I bet you will not require any developer skills to create your own iPhone app for blog or website.

Bloapp is a new and innovative platform for bloggers to create their own iPhone app in less than 5 minutes! And it’s absolutely FREE!

bloapp iphone app creator

It uses your blog’s RSS feed to retrieve the posts of your blog. And it allows you to customize the look and feel of your app by uploading your own Logo and Background images, you can also choose the font style, font size and font colors of your blog posts. This way, your new app will retain the same look and feel of your blog.

Moreover, if you are currently generating revenue from your blog. You don’t have to worry, because Bloapp allows you to serve your own ads either via custom HTML code or through your blog’s feed, eg: Google AdSense for feeds.

To use the service, you need to sign up and follow the step by step wizard to create an iPhone app. Though this app will work on other iOS devices as well.

Isn’t the Bloapp awesome? You can try it now for free.

1 Comment

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  1. iluvmybanjo

    September 11, 2011 at 10:06 PM

    You’ve all noticed those “Click here for a free iPhone” banners at the top of a webpage before, and most people write these advertisements off as some sort of scam. But in actual fact, there are several legitimate “Incentivized Freebie Websites” (IFWs) which DO give out free iPhones. Such as http://www.freeipod4.me.uk and http://gifts.kudosnetwork.co.uk/26334
    So what’s the catch?
    IFWs operate on a simple principle. Sign up, complete an advertiser’s offer, and refer a certain number of other people to sign up under you. Unlike pyramid marketing schemes, each person who signs up has an equal opportunity to get a prize, and there is no advantage to being at the “top” as everyone has the same requirements and can get the same rewards. The catch is that your referrals only count if THEY also try out one of the advertisers’ offers. This is because the payout that the IFW receives from the advertiser is what is used to pay for the freebie.
    It’s not impossible to find enough friends to sign up under you for your freebie, but it is tough, and that’s where referral trading comes into the picture. When the IFW craze really started to take off, several online communities sprang up including forums where members could trade referrals. Although each person can only sign up for each IFW freebie once, there are enough different sites out there that people could trade signups with other members in order to complete their own freebies.
    If you’ve signed up for one freebie and don’t want to sign up for any more, all is not lost, however. Many people wanting to make a quick buck online are willing to be paid to be a referral (to sign up under the payer and complete the offer requirements). Of course, paying for referrals takes away the “free” aspect of a freebie, but with the average prize value of a referral at about $40-$50, and a going rate for referrals of around $15-30, it’s still possible to make a tidy profit even while paying people to sign up. Paying for referrals is also an easy way to finish off a site where you need just one or two more signups to complete the prize requirements.
    Anytime money is exchanged online, there is a risk of being scammed. This is why freebie referral trading communities such as Anything4Free.com and FreeIpodGuide.com have strict trading policies and “trader ratings” which indicate the reliability of the trader (usually based on the number of successful trades so far), much like the feedback system on eBay.com. Of course, despite this system there will always be the chance of losing money this way, but the majority of the time, referral trading works in the favour of both parties, allowing both traders to make money and freebies, as well as making friends in the process.
    IFW Referral trading allows freebie enthusiasts a way around the “catch” which brings profit both to the company and its clients. The company increases their member base through the number of new signups, and the clients are able to finish the site requirements and receive their prize. Everybody wins, and some great communities are now firmly established which should survive as long as IFWs are around, and probably longer.

    Mail to : admin@freeipod4.me.uk for further details
    http://www.freeipod4.me.uk for everything from Free iPhone 5, iPad 2 and just about any other electronic gadget you could ask for

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