With Apple’s ever-growing 23-million-strong developer community, it was only a matter of time before they had to overhaul their mobile development app. Previously called WWDC or short for Worldwide Developer Conference, Apple has given the old app an update and also renamed it to Apple Developer, a simpler and more fitting name.
There is really no single formula to follow when it comes to launching and publishing an app. Depending on the kind of work your app does, certain measures can either be great or bad. Before publishing an app though, there are some basic things that cut across the market. You should address these issues in […]
The Mac App Store is horrifically bad. It’s filled with fake software, overpriced applications, and zero modern features. Sure, it’s not like Windows is doing much better, but the Mac App Store is a huge joke. What is keeping Apple from improving the Mac App Store? What makes the Mac App Store so bad? What […]
Is your TV stand looking a little cluttered lately? Well, you may want to do a bit of tidying up soon. Sell all those old streaming boxes, or give them to one of your poor relatives who still watches TV the old fashioned way. It’s almost time for the new Apple TV! You may be […]
When news about Cecil the Lion’s death in Hwange Game Reserve broke in July, thanks to unscrupulous big game hunters, American dentist Dr. Walter James Palmer (allegedly the killer) found himself the object of worldwide ire. Months later, the Cecil is not forgotten. Mobile game developers have taken things into their own hands by doing […]
Just a little ahead of the potential announcement of the rumored iPhone 6S, Apple’s new “if it’s not an iPhone” advertisements represent the company’s newest sales pitch for its smartphones: an iPhone is distinct from every other smartphone on the market. But how well do these ads actually deliver that message? Apple’s “if it’s not […]
It wasn’t too long ago when dev shops and app makers made some noise about how Apple’s policy on marijuana apps was against them. Less than a month later, Apple backtracks on its policy on marijuana apps. SFGate reports that apps that have been removed are now available on iTunes. In particular, MassRoots, a platform […]
There has been a lot of activity on the App Store since the start of the new year with plenty of interesting new releases and wonderful updates finding their way out to iPhone and iPad users. While new apps are always welcome of course, it is also interesting to see old favorites get a new lease […]
If you were one of the lucky ones who found a new iPhone or iPad waiting under the Christmas tree this year, you’ve probably already been busy discovering all of the impressive things that the device can do, while adding interesting new apps to extend that functionality even further. What you might not realize however is […]
The iOS App Store has had a very busy year, with new apps being released almost incessantly – both free and paid. Many app developers change their pricing throughout the year – an average of 4.7 times, in fact. Additionally, 25 percent of paid apps have gone free in 2014. Then there are the seasonal […]
This one’s for developers. Whether you’re working on your first app, thinking about making an app, or you’ve been at it for a while, you know that app rejection is one of the things you have to worry about. Apple has never been easy when it comes to approving apps for its Store, and now, […]
To say there’ve been a few rumors about Apple’s first foray into wearable tech would be the biggest understatement since someone said the iPhone was useful. With everyone hoping and wishing for an iWatch, there’s been nothing from Apple on the topic except for a few possible patent applications and some talks with Nike about […]
Keeping updated on news- especially technology news- seems like it should be simple in this day and age- but sometimes we feel we’re often left reading the same news from the same sources over and over again. Enter “smart” newsreaders- services like Flipboard and News360 that learn from you the reader, analyzing your online activity […]
Have you ever wished that you could get a refund for something on iTunes? Maybe you realized you purchased the wrong app right after you downloaded it, or maybe after you used the app or media you realized it wasn’t what you were expecting. While you might think you’re stuck with the wrong app, movie, […]
If you’re in Australia, and you have an Australian account for the App Store, then there’s some bad news for you: app prices are going up by 30%.