It’s been a long journey, but the day has arrived. MailDeck hits the App Store today! In this special final part of our series on “How an App Is Made,” we take an up-close look at the final leg of the process: submission and publication.
BBM for iOS updated with support for WiFi-only iPads (via The Inquirer) CANADIAN PHONE MAKER Blackberry announced an update for its iOS Blackberry Messenger (BBM) app on Friday, which sees the service arriving on the iPad. The update, which bumps BBM for iOS to version 1.0.4, adds support for WiFi-only iPad devices, which…
Have you ever wondered how apps get made? In Part 2 of our exclusive series, we’re going to learn what it takes to build an app, exactly how it’s done, and how to make the hard decisions.
Have you ever wondered how apps get made? How they’re dreamed up, designed, coded, and made to work? How apps are submitted to the App Store, and how they get approved (or denied)? In this exclusive, multi-part series, we’re going to follow one app’s development from idea to “on sale,” and find out exactly how […]
Where has this app been all my life?! Instashare lets you transfer files between your Mac and your iPhone or iPad with the simplicity of drag-and-drop.
A new Kickstarter campaign called Crono is making a bold claim: it wants to revolutionize your Inbox and make it easier, faster, and more intuitive to use. I’m sold.
Should you find yourself in the possession of a brand new iPad or iPhone this Christmas, here are the apps I would recommend above all others. These are my personal favorites.
Everyone knows the iPad is terrific for drawing, decent for word processing, and fantastic for photo editing. But what else can you make with your Apple tablet? These seven answers are guaranteed to surprise you.
Remember when you learned about how primary colors could be mixed together to create more colors? Maybe you can’t remember it now, but your little one will remember mixing colors him- or herself when they play Mix 2 Color for iPad.
Facebook just posted a brand new version (5.0) of its iOS app, which it claims is faster and smoother than the old one. Of course, it wouldn’t take much to make that true; the old app was a sputtering, lumbering piece of crap.