I have an iPhone app out in the store, i'm now needing to get it converted to the android platform.
It's a relatively simple app, it's largely database driven, It is currently in apple's Plist format, however part of the role is to convert it to sqlite, You would then be required to integrate the sql database into the iOS app as well.
When the app is started the user is presented with a main view with 12 buttons spread over a horizontal scrollview.
1 Button takes the user into the database, The current Plist file has roughly 700 Items (dictionaries) in it, each item (dictionary) has anywhere upto 20 Raw keys/Values (on average only about 10)
The user drills down upto 6 levels before being presented with one of 6 detail views dependant on the selection, showing the values from the Plist.
The user can then click on another button to display a PDF which is stored online, the user can save the file for offline viewing or e-mail it.
Other buttons from the main view take the user to different sections, displaying info not within the database, they include such items as: UITableview, UIPicker, E-mail functionality, UIWebview - to display both locally saved files and websites, app settings, ideally some form of in app purchase would also allow one section to be bought.
I've included a sample of the current Plist file, this shows 3 manufactures, the actual Plist contains over 40.
The SQL database is stored on the device (from install - The user should not be required to connect to the internet once installed), and the user can update the database from the internet when needed.
If you have any queries, please just PM me and i will do my best to answer them.
I look forward to hearing and working with you soon.