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20 Outstanding iPhone App Websites

by Stephanie Hamilton

Every app needs a site to help promote it. Oftentimes, the attention to detail that went into the making of the app is parlayed into its promotional website. It’s here where you’ll be able to find out more information about the app in the form of videos and screenshots, and how your life will benefit from using it.

In this showcase, you’ll find 20 iPhone App Websites for your inspiration. Enjoy!

Instagallery

blip.me

Fontain

Jambalaya

Scopy

Ecoki

Cellar

Realmac Software

Things

Stocks

Day One

Travelling

On This Day

Tourist

Delibar

The Invoice Machine

Excited Atom

Postbox

53 Paper

Domino Box

Luminance

This was just a taste of some impressive IOS App websites. If you enjoyed this roundup, or would like to share your thoughts please leave a comment below!

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Stephanie Hamilton runs a small branding and web design studio where she helps clients market their company online. Visit By Stephanie and let’s collaborate to tell your brand’s story. Visit the blog for more helpful design and business resources.

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  1. neil says:
    June 1, 2014 at 5:53 pm

    That’s a great question. It’s all about being in the right stand of mind. Be ready to clear your mind and allocate enough time to get all your thoughts out. I think sitting in a quiet place is essential as well.

  2. Andrew Woo says:
    August 27, 2012 at 9:20 am

    Hi Russ:

    No problem! I wasn’t sure if my comments were going to make me look like a Debbie Downer or something. Do you help manage the CrazyEgg blog?

  3. Andrew Woo says:
    August 25, 2012 at 1:21 pm

    All of these sites are beautiful… but speaking from experience, I would hold off on creating the beautiful website in the early stages of building an app.

    When I was making ProspectSnap, I spent a lot of money (and time) hiring the best designer I could find. The site turned out beautiful and I was super happy when it was done.

    But in hindsight, I should have focused more on marketing for our initial launch. All the pretty sites in the world can’t drive traffic to themselves or your page on the App Store.

    So before you go out and create that beautiful site, make sure you know how to drive customers to it and your app.

    • Russ Henneberry says:
      August 27, 2012 at 9:15 am

      @Andrew Woo — Thanks for the advice from the School of Hard Knocks Andrew! This kind of advice is priceless to our readers!

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