Free Site Gives Users an Easy Way to Create their Own iPhone, iPod or iPad Applications

A unique application development Web site,, is making it easy and cost-effective for people to create their own applications for Apple's iPhone, iPod and all-new iPad.
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Edinburg, TX ( April 6, 2010 - Just in time for this weekend's debut of Apple's new iPad, an application development Web site is making it possible for consumers to develop applications for the Apple's iPad, iPhone and iPod free of charge. The fully compatible with Apple's new iPad and offers a user-friendly solution for inexperienced application developers.

"Making your own iPhone, iPod or iPad app has never been so easy and affordable," said Adan Vielma, president of IntroWizard LLC. "The service will break the barrier between consumer and developer, a vital step in creating a unified app development community." represents a unique option in the marketplace. Unlike other app builder services, it offers free review, building, and submission of apps to the App Store. As compensation, the site places advertising in each of the free applications.

The new Web site provides a quick, cost-effective solution for casual developers who are interested in creating their own iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad compatible applications. The goal is to provide a personal development experience for people who have very limited or no expertise in computer programming. provides a simple, streamlined interface that walks individuals through the entire app development process. Here's how it works: Users provide the content--text, sounds or images--and the Web site's team of experts program, assemble and submit the final product to Apple. "Budding developers are in complete control of creating a fun and engaging iPhone, iPod or iPad app that they can share with friends and others in the greater community," Vielma said.

Because is fully compatible with the new iPad, it gives users access to the latest advancements in mobile technology. The iPad is essentially a tablet PC without a keyboard. A cross between an iPhone and a netbook, the compact but powerful device allows users to do everything from word processing and Web browsing to accessing email, photos, music, movies, games and ebooks. The iPad is being hailed as the first true home computer, and experts are predicting a very successful product launch. According to Time Magazine, analysts are estimating that Apple could sell 300,000 to 400,000 iPads this weekend alone and 6 million this year--more than the iPhone in its first year. Thanks to, mobile users will be able to take better advantage of Apple's iPhone, iPad and iPod products.

For more information, please visit, or contact Adan Vielma directly at (956) 369-2920.

About IntroWizard LLC
IntroWizard LLC was founded in 2003 by Adan Vielma to meet the public's Flash design needs through intro and Flash Web site builders. The company distinguished itself early on by creating Flash4D, an award-winning Flash intro builder that has received 500,000+ downloads to date in more than 35 countries. Since then, Vielma has grown the company from a single-man operation into a global team of designers and consultants that deliver Web-based solutions worldwide. IntroWizard LLC recently expanded into mobile software development, creating applications for Apple's iPhone, iPod Touch and Android platforms. The company also offers consulting services for both Flash design and mobile app development. IntroWizard LLC is a privately-held firm that is based in Edinburg, Texas.

Adan Vielma, President IntroWizard LLC
(956) 369-2920


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