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Zapd iOS app brings website publishing to the iPhone

Newsbrief by Jordan Crook on Wednesday March 30, 2011.

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Bad at blogging and terrified of HTML coding? There's an app for that. PressPlane, the makers of the Inkd website, has recently launched Zapd, a free application for the iPhone that transforms a few pictures into a stylized website optimized for mobile devices, tablets, and computers. The company markets the app as a streamlined way to produce an original-looking website. On the count of streamlining in the first degree, I definitely find Zapd guilty. This app is fast. The most time-consuming part of the process will be the actual photography. After that, the user only has to choose a style, select the pictures, and press publish. As far as the look of the website themes, original isn't necessarily the word I'd choose. The themes conjure up images of browsing through WordPress blog themes; whether they are unique or not, they don't feel original. In any case, check out the app for yourself for free in the App Store now.

source: iTunes, via: Engadget

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