Looking for iPhone developers – GetAppQuotes has an app for that

Chico, California – GetAppQuotes – the largest freelance marketplace for mobile app development – has launched a free iPhone app, titled AppQuotes, which allows users to post iPhone app projects and receive development quotes right from their iPhone.

GetAppQuotes works like this: Entrepreneurs and businesses with mobile app ideas post an app project with details of what they would like developed. Mobile developers then view these app projects and bid their development quote accordingly.

The whole basis behind GetAppQuotes is that this type of open bidding of app projects helps development prices stay competitive, potentially saving employers thousands of dollars. Call it eBay for mobile app development, GetAppQuotes is quickly changing the way employers hire mobile app developers.

“The main goal for us at GetAppQuotes is to help level the playing field for people looking to create iPhone apps. A lot of people have great ideas, but don’t have the development skills to create it themselves. This is where GetAppQuotes comes in. We connect these types of entrepreneurs and businesses with affordable iPhone app developers.” says Andrew Gazdecki, president of GetAppQuotes.

GetAppQuotes boasts as being the largest freelance marketplace for anything relating to mobile app development with over 10,000 registered users and over 7,000 of them being mobile app developers.

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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.

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