Editor’s note: Are you interested in developing your own iPhone app? Todd Riddle will give you some tips for the app development. This article beholds the best 5 practices that one can use in order to create the best apps for iPhone. Apple maintains very stringent rules about apps that get selected to be distributed […]
Apple revealed Monday the new design and features of the iOS 7 that has undergone a major revamp, which is the most radical change since iPhone made its debut in 2007. Aside from the new design courtesy of head designer Jonathan Ive, there is a revamped suite of apps such as Photos, Camera, Calendar and […]
Apple opened the floor at exactly 10AM PDT (1AM Beijing time) for the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) this morning in San Francisco, providing the latest in-depth updates on Apple products, innovations and software developments spearheaded by Tim Cook and other executives in a keynote presentation.
This is a guest post by Devina Thamman. We are in the midst of what is being called the Smartphone revolution. Developing a mobile app is a far more lucrative prospect today than it used to. With revenues going into billions of dollars, this is an opportunity developers just can’t afford to ignore. Before you […]
A German blog dubbed iFun reported that Apple is prepping the iOS 6.1 or beta 5, which will be the Golden Master of the iOS 6.1 if everything goes as expected. Citing a reliable source, iFun said Apple is testing the fifth beta of iOS 6.1 for developers, and it has undergone an “extensive internal […]
The recent launch of iOS 6 has caused quite a stir amongst developers and users in the blog and webosphere. Particularly with the new redesign of the app store. The main argument against it, is that it shows you just one app at a time, instead of 5. This – developers argue, will make people, […]
Do you still remember those teenage years? What were you doing when you were 13 years old? Well, you’ll be inspired with this story. I stumbled upon this blog post about a 13-year-old app developer, (Yes! 13 years old!) who has released his second update to his first app called Quick Notes. It’s a shame […]
Are you ready for the next step in file sharing? Well, let’s see… Dropbox, iCloud, Bump, WiFiPhoto what else? Thank goodness, file sharing is much easier now. We stumbled upon this cool concept that will rock your transferring experience between two devices. Mac users are familiar with the most advanced, supercharged OS X Lion and […]
It’s a Bull Market in the App industry and any common folk like you and I can ‘try’ to ride it. Unlike the languishing global stock markets where companies are taking it slow due to a pessimistic global economic outlook (and lack of funds), large acquisitions have been taking place by technology companies for App […]
A while back, we announced the launch of AppCoda, our new blog about iOS programming. We’ve just published the first iOS programming tutorial and walk you through to build your first iPhone app. No prior programming experience is needed. What you need is an Intel-based Mac and a passion for learning iOS programming. The tutorial […]
Last September, I released my first iPhone app on the App Store. It’s truly an amazing experience to develop an app. I have been programming for 10 years and developed various kinds of business systems. Yet this is the very first time I put up my own product and make it available globally. The App […]
The explosive growth of smartphones and tablets has been a blessing in disguise for the struggling global economy. Ably led by the Apple iPhone and iPad, the app economy has created a staggering 466,000 jobs in the U.S. since 2007. These findings are reported by TechNet as part of a study that shows the impact of app-related jobs […]
One of the recent news that will have the developers among our readers especially interested is that Apple has finally rolled out the Apple iOS 5.1 beta 2 version for developers. While there is one good development, the new iOS 5.1 beta 2, also has a few disappointments. The major improvement that is found on […]
Ever wanted to develop iPhone and iPad apps but didn’t know how to program? It may be a little easier for you to go about doing it now because Stanford University is now offering its iPhone and iPad application development course online, and for FREE! Keeping the fact in mind that the first iPhone apps […]
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