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Mobile Monday Phoenix Event, January 6, 2014

January 6, 2014 is our next Mobile Monday Phoenix event. We hope you can join! In order for us to continue we need assistance in getting sponsors and speakers. Please email D, at [masked] to become a volunteer. 

Presentation: Developing and Publishing Your First App for Both Apple and Android Phones and Tablets


You’ve designed an app and would like to create and publish it.  What are your options? 

This talk will discuss software development environments that you can use to create and publish apps for both iOS and Android.

Practical issues will be discussed related to choosing a software development environment, setting up your computer, beta testing, and publishing your app to various app stores, including the Apple App Store, the Google Play Android App Store, and app stores for Kindle Fire and Nook Color tablets.


Evan Fram has a background in software development, medicine, business, and research.  He is co-founder of Zippy Brain Inc., a company devoted to developing apps that are fun and good for your brain, and has developed apps for both Apple and Android platforms.

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  • Julian R.

    A great way to know more about software development environment, beta
    testing, and publishing your app to various app stores. These kind of events help to enhance the business environment. Learn more about such events with

    February 11, 2014

  • Mark Von Der L.

    Evan's presentation was jammed with a wide range of interesting and actionable info; concisely and clearly explained. Covered a lot more ground than I expected. Extremely useful for anyone getting into the app business.

    January 7, 2014

  • April G.

    Very insightful! Thank you

    1 · January 6, 2014

  • Evan F.

    Here are links for things mentioned in my talk on developing apps for iOS and Android:

    PhoneGap (HTML5) -
    Apache Cordova (HTML5) -
    Corona SDK -
    LuaGlider IDE -
    Unity (3D app development) -
    Illustrator & Photoshop -
    Audacity (free audio editing) -
    SugarSync -
    Dropbox -
    Earth Day Carol App -
    Dot Direct App -
    App Annie (app store analytics) -
    Test Flight (distribute beta apps) -
    Flurry Analytics (app analytics) -

    January 5, 2014

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