Back in August ShoutEm launched a way for to easily create HTML5 apps that can be viewed in any mobile web browser. Now it’s launched a native iPad app builder within its mobile app creator. This means ShoutEm’s app offering spreads from from mobile web to tablet, aiming at publishers that want to build for the iPad.
The new iPad app builder has the same drag-and-drop interface as on the other platforms, which is pretty simple. The design is also optimized for Retina displays. ShoutEm is currently being used by USAToday, American Museum of Natural History and number of smaller publishers globally.
The company was first launched back in 2008 to help users to build their own social networking platforms, but has since switched to apps. It’s now based in New York City, with a development team in Zagreb, Croatia.
The company has so far recieved $1.65 million funding from Bicro and RSG Capital.
“World simplest Mobile App Builder” ShoutEm was relaunched in February 2011 with new product that enables people very easy creation of mobile apps for iPhone and Android. The idea is to provide very slick, appealing, native mobile apps to small businesses, bloggers, organizations, news portals etc, on a very competitive pricing. Launching a mobile app should be as easy as starting a blog!