I am looking for a developer to help me create an app that could be connected to the new ibeacons. \r\n\r\n1. I will offer this app to shopping malls, supermarkets and retail stores, so they can have the beacons technology for their customers.\r\n2. I want to build only one app in terms of development, but then be able to "customize" the app changing the logo, icons, or color details, to follow the branding of the client.\r\n3. About the features, I think most will have the same, but it would be good if I am able to hide or show icons depending on the client. When I say client I mean, a supermarket or shopping at does not apply to a shopping mall, but in that case it would be easier to simply hide it, and generate the app for them based in the main "app template".\r\n4. Features I am looking for would be the following:\r\n\r\n- Map: The Maps would have different applications or uses. These are: \r\n\r\na. Product Finder: In a supermarket, people should be able to search for a product, and when you hit search you get a view of the map with a location icon indicator of where that item is. For this to work, I would have a database listing all the items, but I need you to tell me how to work with the locations so they can be pointed out. Do we need to work with coordinates or similar?\r\nb. Store Finder: Similar to the product finder, but in this case it would be to find sotres in a shopping mall.\r\nc. Where am I: This would be a simple view of the map, and a placeholder of where you are in that place. This would be possible by having several beacons installed in the place. \r\n\r\n- Shopping List: The idea is that people could create a grocery list, and then when they enter the supermarket it will show you the location of the items you have in your list. This location must be displayed in two ways: 1. Text, and 2. Map. \r\nFor the text, it could be something simple as: Isle 17. And for the map view, it would be similar as when you use the Product search described above.\r\nOf course, this list should have the option to check items you already added to your cart.\r\n\r\n- Brands: As an optional feature, I would like to have brands related to the grocery list. For example, lets say you have bread, eggs, and beer in your list. Then, I would like to be able to offer brands the option to pay for an add in their category, so when people open the list in the supermarket, they get the logo of Budweiser in the beer row. Not only the logo, but also probably a discount or offer.\r\n\r\n- Friend Finder: I would like to have the option to add friends somehow, so you can see a map of the place and see the dots of where each friend is inside the mall. This is useful for parents to find their kids also, in case the kid has a wearable beacon. \r\n\r\n- Special Offers: Notification Alerts and Messages based on proximity. If you have tried Estimote Demo, you can see examples of messages when you are near a store or a product. My idea is to be able to select different kind of messages, and select if they should be triggered on approach, leaving, time standing there, and also if they need to be displayed as Alerts (when the phone is locked) or if on screen as coupons, etc. This part should be discussed in more details I suppose, but this is the main idea. \r\n\r\n5. In terms of graphic design, I can provide you with the PSD file for the user interphase, maps, etc.\r\n\r\n6. I would like the app to run for iPhone / iPad and Android devices. I know that the ibeacons technology is only for iOS, but I have seen most beacon manufacturers to start talking about them working with Android too.\r\n\r\n7. It is also important to discuss how to assign beacons with each app or client. When I install the beacons in a new store for example, it is important to let the app know the IDs of those specific beacons.\r\n\r\n8. It would be important for me to have all the source code of the apps in order to change the content and prepare it for different clients.