Whoa. This is slick. Imagine having a url you can give out to test your iPhone
app right in a browser. Pieceable Viewer lets you upload your
application bundle and it runs on an iPhone simulator somewhere out there on
the internets. The viewer is a Flash plugin showing the simulator screen
and sending back clicks and drags to control the app.
They have tiered pricing, where you are limited by the number of simultaneous
users or number of apps online and ready to view. Don’t expect to just put this
up front and center on your product webpage. This is more geared for
presentations, prototypes or press events.
The sexy part: you don’t need to use up a UDID in your Apple Dev account. The
app binary doesn’t need to be signed with a provisioning profile since it’s
running in a simulator. It’s apps like this one and
testflightapp.com that make iOS development a breeze.