Create Ipad Apps
As tablet computers seem to grow more and more on the market, so does the number of users that seem to be more and more interested in getting their hands on these interesting devices. Since they aren’t taking these devices just for the sake of staring at the huge screen, they also want tons of apps to fill them with. Well, this was the window programmers and developers were waiting for. Since the number of tablets has increased dramatically, so has the demand for all kinds of apps.
The Apple iPad already has stored over 70.000 apps directed only to the iPad. That is a huge chuck of the entire Apple App Store dedicated to iPads alone. But they are waiting for ideas and suggestions. If you want to create an iPad app or have a good idea then you can consider yourself a good candidate for developing iPad apps for Apple. This could mean good money for you if your app proves to be something people want or like.
If you want to create iPad apps then you will have to register to Apple as a developer. Assuming that you’re specialized in programming (since you want to create an app) you will probably know what programs you’ll need in order to create an app. Here is how the process will go.
First of all you need to make a plan. Apple needs to understand what kind of app are you planning to develop. Therefore you have to write a complete description for your app. Explain exactly what it is and what it does, and even more importantly, who are the people targeted for this app. The iTunes App Store is separated into various categories such as education, production, social networking and so on. Cross reference them with your app and see where it would fit best. Afterwards you need to search that section, better yet trim it, to make sure that someone else hasn’t developed an app with the same functions as yours already. If you find no important similarities, you can include your plan and description.
The next step is registering as a developer at Apple’s Developer Program. This will cost you a $99 fee. Then you need to download the iOS SDK 4 (software development kit) and the iPad Programming Guide that comes with a series of examples and codes to make you understand how iPad apps work.
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