We have several iPhone apps in the works that are in need of developers who are:
a) experienced developing iPhone apps
b) experienced working with video
c) experienced working with audio recording
The first iPhone app that we'd like to develop is a simple learning tool where the app downloads/streams a new video guitar lesson once a week, along with an accompanying PDF file (music chart). The app allows the user to access up to three weeks of video lessons and charts. The user can retain the last three videos and charts but when they get the fourth, the earliest video lesson drops off. The net result is that the app only allows the user to work with three weeks worth of video lessons and charts at any one time.
The video lessons plays on the iPhone using the iPhone's standard video player and the PDF likewise displays on the iPhone. No special viewing features are necessary.
The interface is likewise very simple. The weekly lessons automatically download and are automatically deleted when the fourth lesson is downloaded. The user simply opens the app and chooses from a list of available lessons (up to three at any one time).
The app has a main menu page with logo and two options - "Learn" and "About" where the "Learn" page lists the available lessons and the "About" page features a short description about the app.
The "Learn" page features the lessons available where each lesson has two options "Play Video" and "View Chart".
We will provide the server resources necessary for storing the video and PDF files. The app would simply point to a folder on our servers where the current week's file would be placed by us. Whenever the app discovers a new set of files on the server that the user does not yet have, it would add those lesson assets to the user's Play list.
We will also provide all of the art and graphic files in whatever format the selected developer requests.
We would appreciate any information that you could provide that demonstrates your experience with iPhone apps.
Please let me know what other information may be required.