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I'm thinking about developing an iOS app...


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#1 PILL5B3RRY

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Posted 20 May 2011 - 12:36 AM

Hey everybody. Recently I've been getting into programming and development, specifically iPhone App Development. I haven't had many good ideas, but one idea that really stuck with me is to create an app for an average computer user, or perhaps a computer technician, where he/she could access a database of guides, tips, tricks, and tutorials on computers. Said database should consist of BSOD error code guides, PC optimization tips, and overall just general tips and tweaks for your computer and how to make it run better. With a clean layout and user interface, it shouldn't be difficult to navigate.

The reason I'm making this thread is to see how you guys perceive it and if you think it is a good idea.

Any comments, suggestions, and critique is welcome and appreciated! ^_^

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