Artificial Life announced that its mobile development tool MobileBooster now extends support to the iPhone and iPod Touch platforms to help developers in mobile application and game development.
A new extension module for MobileBooster enables support of iPhone and iPod touch embedded applications. MobileBooster maintains snapshot builds along with change logs for effortless release management during the development and testing phases. Clients and partners are provided restricted remote access to the automatically generated release site. Ad hoc build distribution profiles allow clients to review application and game builds as well as leave comments and feedback. The feedback is immediately available and can be labeled as feature or change requests with customizable priority tags.
In a nutshell, by including MobileBooster in the process, companies should simplify the development of iPhone apps — the platform promotes a standardized development approach which limits errors and ambiguity while increasing efficiency.