Hackers release custom iPhone app

— 12:14 PM on July 30, 2007

Folks at the iPhone Dev Wiki have released the source code and binaries for their first third-party application for Apple's iPhone. The binary can be downloaded from RapidShare on this page, while the source code is up over here. The application doesn't do much—it just displays a string of text—but it may very well be the first step towards useful third-party iPhone apps. The iPhone Dev Wiki's next project appears to be a web installer and updater to allow users to easily install custom applications on their iPhones. (Thanks to Engadget for the tip.)

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