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Hello Expert,

I have an apple iphone app with me. I want to host it on my web server.
I did the same with android app but failed to do the same for iPhone app.

Is there any way to do it. Since I am new to iPhone app development, if Someone can give me some hints. then that will be appreciable..

Thanks n Regards,
Posted 12-Sep-12 23:28pm
Updated 12-Sep-12 23:31pm
aspnet_regiis 13-Sep-12 5:06am
I failed to understand your question since very less technical information is provided in your question. I suggest you to upload the iPhone app to Apple AppStore
comred 13-Sep-12 6:05am
Hey I am really sorry for not providing complete information. Basically I don't want to make available my app to everyone. I have my web server of Microsoft. I have my ASP.Net website. I just want to make a link on my web page so that people can just go there and by clicking that link,my iPhone app should get install on their respective iPhone..
I hope this thing you can understand..

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Solution 1

To put an app on your phone you have a few options.

1. Put it in the store (you have already said that you don't want that)
2. Put your app into Cydia[^] (but this only works for jailbroken phones)
3. Make a mobile website app that people can just run from their browser and then add to their app screen. (This is not taking an existing one but redonig it as html5) A sample of this is here Kendo UI[^]
4. Have an enterprise license for the company that makes that app and then they can install it on machines outside the store. This might involve actually getting the device id for each device it is installed on.
5. Have a provisioning profile for the app with all of the possible 100 device ids that you can enter into your account and then they can download the provisioning profile and the app and install them both with iTunes.

These are really your options for an iPhone app. I would recommend getting the html5 for the app (if it was written with that) and post those as a website that people can anchor to their screen.
comred 14-Sep-12 0:44am
Thank you Steve..

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