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Atomic browser will work it out!
Most 'advanced' animations don't work in the exported HTML presentations from Keynote '09. This is a known limitation of the software and does not appear to be a bug1 since the animations are replaced with the Dissolve animation. Keynote 6 has much better HTML export using iCloud with support for most of the animations in the latest browsers. If ...
As traisjames says, you could indeed make a wrapper that loads your webpage. Just porting a website to an app isn't allowed according to Apple's App Store review guidelines (here). It says so in this line: 2.12 Apps that are not very useful, unique, are simply web sites bundled as Apps, or do not provide any lasting entertainment value may be ...
Pixate's Freestyle isn't a drop in wrapper to turn a webpage into an app, but it might be a good starting place to create your app. It lets you use CSS to define the style of your app. That's just the look though, you will still need to figure out what you want to do for the app logic. You will also need to get a iOS Developer account ($99/year) in order ...
If they need to be online to do what the website does you could just make a very basic web browser application and have it always load to your website. You should also be able to host on the phone too, just like using file:// on your computer.
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