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How to make a iPhone app for your blog

8 years ago

Appmakr is a free web service that lets you make your own iPhone apps for your blog or Website and cutomizing it without any coding. All you need is a RSS feed url of your blog and a iOS Apple Developer account. App makr is completely free and charges no extra fee for creating an iPhone App. iOS developer account will cost 99$ per year but in my opinion it is worth getting an account. App Makr also lets you make Android and Windows Phone apps but they are currently in BETA.

Update: Please try AppGyver too. It works almost the same way.


App Makr allows you to add Your Blog, Photo albums, Messaging, HTML/ Phone Gap tabs, and much more into your app….

The first tab namely ‘Art’ allows you to configure the Icon, Splash Screen, Name of the app, etc. The next tab namely ‘Tabs’ allows you to add all sorts of features into your app. The ‘Customize’ tab is used to change the look and feel of your app. The ‘App info’ tab is used to give information about app. Mind you, If apple finds any irrelevant information in the description of your app, they may reject your app. The ‘Monetize’ tab is used to monetize your app. The ‘Publish’ tab is used to publish your app into the App Store. You will have to login to your Apple Developer account and publish your app directly from oyr App makr account.

Here’s a good video demonstration of App Makr.



Mohammed Haashir

Mohammed Haashir is a tech geek from India with a thriving interest and passion towards developing applications, websites and games. He aims to deliver quality content through his products and blog with a deep emphasis towards aesthetics and accessibility. He founded the blog and YouTube channel- iBlune in 2012 with the goal to teach people how they can utilise technology to make their living. It has since then grown to a larger sector and the blog was then renamed to Haashir.in under the tagline of "Tech lessons informalized".


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  1. Brad December 25, 2012

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    1. Haashir Mohammed December 26, 2012

      Through Facebook? Visit http://facebook.com/iblune to communicate with me or why not speak here??

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