Free app developer finder service launches

A new, free online resource has launched to help businesses find a suitable iPhone or iPad app developer.

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A new, free online resource has launched to help businesses find a suitable iPhone or iPad app developer.

Called iFindiPhone.com, the website was designed to enable users to find app developers easily in just a few steps. The site is owned and operated by Mango (ICT).

Developers listed on the website, who are based all over the world, have at least one app in the Apple App Store already.

First of all, the business selects the type of company they are, from entrepreneur to large business. Then, it can choose the type of app required and the type of service required. This could range from a service to help expand an idea, to project development.

These steps will filter the app developer directory to identify the developers most suited to the specifications, with their contact details. Users can then contact their desired developer via email, SMS or phone call directly from their iPhone.

Neil Morecraft, managing director of Mango (ICT) Limited, said: “We ask users to provide only the details which are essential for matching their requirements to potential developers.

“We don’t ask users to log in or provide background information about their company, which means we can keep the process quick, unobtrusive and easy to complete using an iPhone.”

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