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Bitzio Re-launches Its 6-Module Course on Making Profitable Mobile Applications(May 17, 2012)
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) May 17, 2012
The iPhone remains the leader in smartphone technology. With its provision for all types of applications that really elevate the way people use their phones, its no wonder a lot of techies wish to profit as well from the popularity of this generations most important gadget. The App Code, which is a product of Bitzio, is being re-launched to teach all people, including non-programmers, how to create money-making mobile applications compatible with the leading smartphones available in the market today. This course provides new insights on how to take advantage of the consistently growing market of mobile applications as well as the great opportunity for members of The App Code to potentially become a part of the organizations app network.
Amish Shah, Chief Product Officer of Bitzio states, Yes, there are other app builders out there, but all they let you do is make an app. They do not fill you in on all the ins and outs, and secrets to actually make money with your apps once they have been built. The App Code is a complete course from idea to making money. The App Codes 6-module course extends beyond the technical aspect of the creative process such as designing the apps to be completely compliant with the app store for a better position for approval. This collaborative effort of a community of app builders, developers and team members that have the track record for successful apps (millions of downloads and user base) includes trade secrets that will enable members of The App Code to monetize their apps and create connections to expand all potential business opportunities in a highly competitive industry.
Since the iPhone remains the top-selling smartphone in the market and it consistently yields an impressive earning rate for app downloads (which was close to 630,000 from the beginning of 2012 to April 30, 2012), The App Code will allow iPhone users all over the world to create their own iPhone apps and market their apps globally as well. The introductory webinar will touch on the specific standards that apps must comply with to become compatible with the sophisticated iPhone programming.
The first launch of The App Code was a resounding success. The initial webinar drew over 2,000 attendees from all over the world; the latest webinar is expected to draw a big number of attendees again.
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