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5 new ways to build apps for iPhone, Android and web browsers

Jon Brodkin | March 2, 2011
Five start-ups unveiled services for building mobile applications and Web services this week at DEMO Spring 2011, bringing application development capabilities to the masses - or, at least, to people who lack traditional programming and mobile development skills.

A smartphone using the Screach app can be transformed "into anything - games controllers, quiz answer pads, voting and polling tools, bingo cards and roulette tablets - the possibilities are limited by imagination alone," the company says.

Customers build using the ScreachXML platform language, and once a service is built it can be used on either iPhone or Android, with support for BlackBerry, Symbian, Palm and Windows Mobile coming later. "Once you have created your experience it will generate a unique experience code - simply tell your audience the code (could be on TV, in print, or by word of mouth) and they can start interacting instantly," ScreenReach says.


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