Endloop teaches you how to launch your 1st iPhone App in 28 days

by Rob Lewis

Toronto tech blogger Mark Evans has got some reviews of online services and devices coming up and today he reviewed an iPhone App called TweetCapz - an app that lets you add captions, speech bubbles and emoticons to photos that you can share on Twitter.

After installation the application (it costs $1.99 but there’s a special launch price of 99 cents), TweetCapz gives you two options: you can take a new photo or use an existing photo on your iPhone.

After adding a caption, bubble or emoticon, you select how you want to share the photo, and send it on its way. Below, you’ll see a photo that I recently took, and shared through Twitter.

TweetCapz is quick, easy to use and entertaining. For 99 cents, it’s a pretty good investment.

TweetCapz was created by Toronto-based Endloop - a develeopment shop founded by brothers Garry and Ken Seto. They are also responsible for a heart rate monitoring app called iHeartRate.

If you're thinking about developing your own iPhone App, be sure to check out Endloop's Blog. The brothers are sharing their experience via a series called How to start, built, launch and market your first iPhone App in 28 days.

Endloop Mobile
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

At Endloop, we're a team of experienced developers and designers committed to creating top notch iPhone applications and games. Our focus is on the user experience first and foremost. We always strive to make our apps as fun, elegant, intuitive and easy to use as possible. more

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Rob Lewis

Rob Lewis

Rob is the President of Techvibes Media and Editor-in-Chief of Techvibes.com.  His diverse background includes stints in International Trade Finance, Web Development, and Enterprise Software and he is a graduate of the University of British Columbia, British Columbia Institute of Technology, and Simon Fraser University. When not running Canada's leading technology media property, Rob can be... more

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