•   about 12 years ago


How would one go about developing an app for the iOS and then submitting. The only means of distribution that would comply with Apple user agreements would be to submit to the App Store. Any advice?


  • Manager   •   about 12 years ago

    We are looking into this situation, given the need for judges to evaluate submissions and the need to make the apps free for use for a year. I expect to have an answer on Monday, so check this space.

  • Manager   •   about 12 years ago

    Yes, people can submit an app that’s built on the iOS (Apple's mobile operating system). Ideally, the app would be distributed on a public site. If an app was not distributed on a public site, it could be at a disadvantage because judges could not evaluate its usability. Apps could be submitted with a screencast that uses the iPhone/iPad simulator or some other method that shows usability of the app. EPA reserves the right to use the apps before deciding on challenge winners.

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