DashApp is an iPad application that allows you to run multiple iPhone Web Apps simultaneously in a Dashboard-like environment.
Listen to music while you post to Facebook, “Tweet” about a video as you watch or play a game while you listen to a sports broadcast.
DashApp is designed to be very easy to use. Tap anywhere on the screen to add a new application. Arrange your apps by dragging them by their translucent frames. When you’re tired of an app and want to remove it, simply press and hold on the frame until it turns red, then tap the red frame to make the app disappear!
There are hundreds of iPhone Web Apps available and best of all they are free! DashApp provides a list of popular apps that are compatible with DashApp or you can add your own by typing in a URL.
Apple provides a directory of iPhone Web Apps here: http://www.apple.com/webapps.
Version 1.0 of DashApp is just the beginning, we have very exciting and ambitious plans for this application and early adopters will be rewarded with a significantly reduced price and the satisfaction of contributing to the future development of this new kind of application.
DashApp was rejected by Apple and therefore is not avaliable in the iTunes App Store. As such we have released the code under the GPL and made it avaliable on GitHub. Several technologies developed in conjunction to the DashApp project will be rolled into the upcoming “Deck” system currently under development by Gullickson Laboratories.