If you’re up for the challenge, you should have in-depth iOS experience and a strong interest in mobile web technologies. You’ll not only be creating apps with the best user experience in mind, but you’ll also be developing a common framework for future applications.
To be considered, you’ll need to have experience in Objective-C, working with the latest iOS SDK and connecting apps to web services. You should have extensive knowledge of Xcode 3.0, as well as the know-how to develop iPhone/iPad applications with standard and custom UI components. Interested? Apply here.
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