Landon Fuller of the Plausible Labs cooperative has just updated simlaunch, a github project that allows you to create iOS Simulator application bundles that launch from the desktop.

This utility helps developers to share builds for testing, for promotion, and for fun that run on the Mac without need for hardware, special signing permissions, or ad hoc provisions.

Although I contributed to the original project, all the updates were performed by Landon and all kudos and thanks should be aimed in his direction.

Simlaunch is released under the MIT license (which is similar to BSD).

This article was originally published on Tuaw.
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