Top 10 Ways to Get Your App Featured in the App Store

Last year, the Apple App Store was entirely redesigned. While the App Store’s design foundation will remain the same, you can expect to see changes in the native app discovery funnel with yesterday’s release of iOS 12. With a more personalized app marketing framework in place, taking steps to be featured may be more important […]

iOS 11 Is Transforming AR Mobile App Development Tenfold

  Augmented reality (AR) applications are not new, however, tools for AR development are becoming more refined and more accessible. Last month, Apple introduced iPhone X and its operating system – iOS 11: a game-changing combination allowing incredibly immersive and fluid AR experiences to take center stage for iOS app development.   The potential for […]

Missed The Apple Special Event? Here Are The Biggest Announcements

  At the new Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, the Apple Special Event began with the voice of Jobs welcoming the audience. Tim Cook then took center stage to give a tribute to Apple’s co-founder and former CEO, emphasizing how his spirit and philosophy on life is the DNA of the brand.    Next, Cook […]

The Top iOS 11 Features To Consider For Your App

  Anticipation for iOS 11 has been at an all-time high ever since WWDC 2017 took place back in June. The new mobile operating system powering the iPhone and the iPad is available September 19 bringing a slew of exciting new features.   Source: Apple Special Event   Apple is releasing peer-to-peer transactions with Apple Pay, […]

What do the App Store Updates Mean for Your App?

    When it was first introduced in 2008, Apple’s App Store revolutionized the way in which software is bought and sold. The App Store essentially defined the app ecosystem, the process of developing and launching apps, and how users consume content, products, and services.    For the first time since it’s initial release, the […]

Why is Apple Dropping 32-bit App Support and How Will it Impact Your App?

Rendering 32-bit apps obsolete, Apple shifts to 64-bit only support    With the updates of the redesigned App Store and iOS 11 announced at WWDC 2017, Apple will also be phasing out 32-bit app support this Fall when iOS 11 will be made available to the public. This means that many legacy apps will no […]

8 Advantages of Using Swift for iOS Development

  For a long time, Objective-C was the primary programming language used for creating OSX and iOS applications. Objective-C is fundamentally a superset of C with added object-oriented features and dynamic runtime. In 2014 Apple introduced a new programming language called Swift which was described as “Objective-C without the C”.   Swift is fast, safe, […]

The Answer to Ad-Blocking in iOS9 Lies Within Mobile Apps

  While excitement has surrounded the release of iOS9, the addition of ad-blocking capabilities on Safari has been met with a much more tepid reaction in some circles.   Many companies perceive this as a threat to their current business models, particularly online publishers and organizations who have mobile advertising at the center of their […]

Apple HomeKit: Putting IoT Back on the Map

  Considering Apple’s HomeKit was announced more than a year ago, it’s been moving rather slowly. One reason for the hold up is the stringent security requirements Apple has in place, which presents a rather large barrier to hardware developers. This HomeKit Icon .sketch file was designed by Luis Abreu  –  Dribbble –  Website –  Source page   Nonetheless, there’s been […]

The Challenges & Opportunities of Integrating Apple Pay

  We all understand the pains of new technologies at initial launch. Every development company must learn the ins-and-outs of how a new technology works and how to implement it into the corresponding environment. Apple Pay is no different.   What Do I Need Before Integrating Apple Pay?   Via Apple Press Info   When […]