Kickfolio Allows Users To Demo iOS Apps In Browsers
Launched this week, a new HTML5-based platform Kickfolio allows developers to share and test their builds of iOS apps in the browser. They just need to upload a zipped version of the iOS app and the service generates a link to a private testing web page displaying an interactive, CSS and HTML 5 version of the iOS app that is controllable from the keyboard and mouse in landscape or portrait mode.
Testers also will be able to leave comments and interact with each other in a separate section of the web page. On its website, Kickfolio demonstrates an Angry Bots iOS app created by Unity Technologies.
A pro Kickfolio version also includes a feature that allows users to embed interactive apps in websites, press releases and elsewhere. The company offers pricing ranging from $50/month for 1-2 apps to $300/month for unlimited number of apps and has a free trial for 15 days.
Below is a video that demonstrates how Kickfolio run an iPhone app in a browser on Galaxy Nexus.