looking for a developer to write an app for me

by [EMAIL PROTECTED] » Mon, 03 Nov 2008 23:43:24 GMT

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 Hey everyone. I am looking for a developer to write a quick app for me
so i can put it into Android Market. Basically i want this app to open
up my website and thats it. The site is optimized for g1 screens. I
bet this wont take more than 10 minutes for an experienced programmer.

I have some $$$ to spare.


looking for a developer to write an app for me

by Michael » Tue, 04 Nov 2008 02:53:48 GMT

 You want this to be a real functional app, or just be what's
essentially spam advertising?

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looking for a developer to write an app for me

by guna » Tue, 04 Nov 2008 17:13:01 GMT

   So, we can make deal, if you stil not found any developer... I am a
developer, doing some couple of application for clients and my own


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