Simple iPhone App - Seasonal Cards

I’ve selected “Sealed Bids”.

So nobody will know who has bid or your bidding price.

Bid with peace on mind.

American programmers are preferred while programmers from

other countries are welcome too.

This app is to let people to select a card and type in their

own message on the card and sent to their friends.

Design will be provided.

1) In the App user can choose a category and select a card to edit/sent.

2) User can type in their personal message. To add more than 1 text box,

text box can rotate, drag, re-sized, delete, choose different fonts and edit font color in color wheel.

3) User can save their custom-made greeting card in to picture gallery.

4) Sending options includes email and Facebook.

Can my cards be sent via mms and twitter as well?

Your job:

- Create an iPhone app.

- Submitting the app to App Store for approval

- The app is to work on iPad & iPhone

Programmer requirements:

1) Experience programmer needed.

2) Please show me at least 5 iPhone /iPad apps that were done by you

3) Serious programmer needed. Do not bid if you are not interested for long term partnership.

4) Payment: Full payment will be released to you within 24 hours once the app is approved on Apple’s App Store.

My other iPhone app project planned to start two weeks after

the app from this project is approved by App Store.

If you win this project, you will have the highest chance to work on my future projects.

Compétences : Programmation C++, iPhone, Mobile App Development

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Nº du projet : #1378700