iPhone Ideas, Projects and Developers Wanted
Last week Apple announced the Software Development Kit (SDK) for the iPhone. This has caused a lot of excitement among developers since they can now finally create applications that will run on the iPhone.
How exciting do people think is this? On the day of the launch Apple’s servers were totally bogged down by all the traffic. It took me 7 hours to just download the SDK… Four days after the launch Apple announced that the SDK had already been downloaded 100,000 times.
As the author of 101 iPhone Tips & Tricks, I’m fielding several calls per day from companies that want real iPhone applications developed today. To help developers and projects find each other I have created a new community web site called iPhoneIncubator.com. Here you can post your resume or project for free.
Not just for developers
My new web site is not just for developers. Do you have an idea for an application that you would like to see on your iPhone? Brainstorm with other community members. Maybe a developer will pickup your idea and make it reality.
If you have an idea for a new iPhone product that you want created for you and which you can sell, you can probably find a developer on iPhoneIncubator.com. (Now the site is just launched and iPhone developers are beginning to discover it.) The benefit is that the site is 100% focused on the iPhone, and you don’t have to wade through hundreds of PHP developers like you would on eLance, Rent-a-coder, etc.
If you have a really big idea, the premier Silicon Valley venture capital firm KPCB has put up a $100M (yes, that is one hundred million dollars) to fund iPhone related development.
Check out my site at http://iPhoneIncubator.com
Amazing business opportunity
One Apple’s genius moves with the iPhone is the App Store. This will be the one central location where all iPhone applications will be sold. As an Internet business owner you are always struggling to get traffic to your site to sell your products. Here Apple is serving you 10 million iPhone owners on a silver platter.
Have you drunk the kool-aid? Are you jumping on the iPhone racehorse?