Kickfolio , a 500 Startups-backed company bringing iOS app testing to the browser, is today opening up its service to all developers. Similar in some respects to recent Facebook acquisition Pieceable or the Android-focused AppSurfer , Kickfolio also offers a way for developers to upload builds of their mobile applications to its platform, allowing others to then interact with the apps on the web, as opposed to having to download a test build locally to their mobile device. However, Kickfolio’s solution differs from what Pieceable had offered prior to its acquisition, because its solution uses HTML5, whereas Pieceable’s playable apps were rendered in Flash . “Their solution was great, but it was not terribly performant,” says Kickfolio co-founder and CEO Edward Dowling.
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