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Alternatives to In-House App Development There are several ways to get your app published on iTunes, here's what you need to know.

By Jennifer Wang

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Weighing the Options

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Self-service platforms are acceptable options if you don't have an in-house developer or the cash to hire a contract worker. Services such as Bizness Apps, Appmakr, ShoutEm and many others provide a solid app presence for as little as $30 to $40 a month, with add-on fees for Android and iPad versions.

Andrew Gazdecki, CEO of San Francisco-based Bizness Apps, says that with his service, you can build an app within an hour through a drag-and-drop template, full of business-minded features like shopping carts, loyalty programs, in-app purchases and mobile-ordering systems.

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