For developers, app in a flash

appMobi® (www.appmobi.com) today unveiled appFlash™, a new Web-based application that allows Adobe Flash websites, ads and apps to be converted to native iOS apps in a few minutes.
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appMobi® (www.appmobi.com) today unveiled appFlash™, a new Web-based application that allows Adobe Flash websites, ads and apps to be converted to native iOS apps in a few minutes.

appMobi® (www.appmobi.com) today unveiled appFlash™, a new Web-based application that allows Adobe Flash websites, ads and apps to be converted to native iOS apps in a few minutes. This experimental utility is available to any developer and leverages appMobi’s cloud-based cross-platform native app “build” service. With appFlash, HTML5 code is uploaded and compiled into native binary apps that are ready to submit to the Apple App Store without the need to set up and learn the Apple platform’s development tool stack.

appFlash is available free on the appMobi web site at http://www.appmobi.com/appFlash.

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