WWDC: SkinkHunt offers developer services

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The SkinkHunt Software Co. has launched new developer services at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco. The company develops its own software and is now offering services for developers trying to get their applications on the market.

SkinkHunt deals in code development, interface design, and marketing. The company can create icons, help pages, manuals, as well as designing and hosting Web sites and more. There's no upfront cost for the services; instead, SkinkHunt takes a percentage of the sales of companies they assist.

The company also creates custom solutions for the desktop or the Web. SkinkHunt's own products include Notes -- a US$19.95 application for storing notes, images, QuickTime movies, and other files -- and BigEvent, a $4.95 utility for creating "countdowns" to a certain time and date.

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