Posted on Saturday, October 2nd, 2010 in Mobile by Nick
The other day, I was looking for a Windows software that could compile/make apps for the iPhone. With that search, I found Sentenza, a $25 piece of software that allows you to compile web apps into actual apps for jailbroken devices (it also has a distribution program for the App Store).
Now originally I had written a review on this software a couple of days ago and I went to post it today. When I visited the official website this morning though, there was a new version out that had fixes for most of my complaints, a revamped interface, and more features. I had to email customer support for the update and was replied very quickly with my license key and a link to the software, so props to the customer service.
- Can compile for iPhone, iPhone 4, iPod Touch and iPad (optimized for iOS4 and iOS3.2) jailbroken with AppSync
- The compilation from a Sentenza project (extension .stzp) it takes a few seconds.
- Simple, fast, and quick
- Can load external data now
- Optimized for iOS4
- The interface could use some sprucing up
So far I have compiled 2 apps with this software, one being for a school project and another for my future trip to see the Patriots play the Browns in Cleveland. I have to admit, $20 (25 now) is a bargain for Sentenza. Later on, I have plans for a Newb Wired app, so stay tuned for that too.