Chico, California – Call it eBay for iPhone development, GetAppQuotes is quickly changing the way employers hire iPhone app developers. GetAppQuotes works like this: Entrepreneurs post their iPhone app project for free and iPhone developers then bid their development quote accordingly. The main benefit of having iPhone developers bid for app projects is that it keeps prices competitive and allows employers to choose from a wide variety of developers.
Got an idea for a mobile app? Now is the time to cash in on that idea. According to Gartner, Inc, consumers will spend $6.2 billion in 2010 and mobile application revenue is predicted to grow to $29.5 billion by the end of 2013. That’s an increase of over 450% making the mobile app industry one of the fastest growing technology industries since the internet boom of 2000.
“All the time I would come across iPhone users with great app ideas. Ones that could potentially make a lot of money but know of these people know how to develop an iPhone app. So I saw an opportunity to help these would be iPhone app entrepreneurs and created GetAppQuotes – a marketplace for hiring talented iPhone app developers,” says Andrew Gazdecki, president of GetAppQuotes.
GetAppQuotes also has their very own free “App School” which contains information on how to successfully create, market, and sell an iPhone app. All of this information is geared towards entrepreneurs without programming skills and aims to provide sound iPhone app business advice to employers. As of right now, GetAppQuotes is completely free for employers to post and receive iPhone development quotes. And for iPhone developers, there is a small commission fee when successfully paired with an employer for an iPhone app job.
Founded in December of 2009, GetAppQuotes has quickly become one of the premiere locations for entrepreneurs to connect with mobile developers, and is the largest freelance marketplace for anything relating to mobile app development. Our website works as a meeting point for employers and mobile developers with the goal of helping entrepreneurs get their slice of the pie from the mobile app “gold rush” that we are seeing today. Got mobile app ideas? GetAppQuotes! Copyright (C) 2010 GetAppQuotes. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.