I'm working on an idea and would like some feedback from some iOS people. Many people over the years have asked for this app or that app. The problem is that for someone to get their app on the app store, they have to learn to program, pay the annual fees, upload to the store. The service that I have in mind would change this process so that a company offers a service where you ask for an app to be made or you submit a "ready to go" project and it goes to the app store without you having to pay for an account. Currently the benefits that many are interested in are: - supporting old OS (iOS 6.1 to current) - supporting user requested apps being programmed - supporting user project being converted to live apps - supporting small business/utility apps that work together - many users want simple apps to do simple things, but they aren't viable for someone to take the time to actually make and support. This would likely ignore games as that is a special field that requires special skills. Ownership policies would be open at this time. Meaning, I could see a case for "requestor keeps all rights, but pays a fee" to "requestor keeps no rights, but the app is for everyone to use" In other words, I don't have all the details worked out for all the rights, but I think the rights of most would have to be paid for if the user wants to keep the rights. Q1. Would you support something like this with funding a starter? (if no, what would have to change) Q2. Would you use this service if it worked well? Q3. How would you improve this service if you could change / add anything?