Ever since the release of the 12.9″ iPad Pro last fall, there has been a debate raging over whether or not it could truly be a laptop replacement. Last month’s launch of the 9.7″ model just fueled the fire. The iPad Pro is one of the more polarizing products Apple has released in recent memory,
The App Store has tons of applications and it can be hard to stand out amongst the big players. However, one of the ways developers can do this is by ensuring they get the little details right. A great app is one that stays great in all conditions. As a user I wouldn’t be pleased
Last September, I wrote an article in which I discussed the ways Apple could make iOS more visually accessible. In hindsight, my wish list of improvements, while good, was incomplete.
The other day I was looking through the App Store and noticed that my reviews for some apps needed to be updated. Instead of having to search for individual apps, I wanted an easy way to see and manage all the reviews I had ever left. As it turns out, not only can you view
If you’re a developer, designer, or photographer, you probably spend quite a bit of time trying to calculate aspect ratios. If you have an iPhone, x2y can do all that for you automatically.
Linking to apps, gadgets, books, music and more has become second nature. Here’s an easy way to make Apple and Amazon affiliate links to share.
Writing app pitches is one of the hardest parts of effectively marketing your app. Here are some tips you should know before hitting the send button…
If you’re in the midwest and want to learn more about indie iOS and Mac development from the best in the industry, the Release Notes conference is for you! It will be held in Indianapolis, IN this October.
The Apple Watch is a unique device because of its small size. It could be disastrous to think of Watch apps as shrunken down iPhone apps. In fact, the Watch app should almost always do far less than the iPhone app. Here’s why!
As someone who’s visually impaired, my condition makes me hyper sensitive to design choices, and I feel I’m pretty attuned to what works and what doesn’t for me. With that in mind, here are four tips for optimizing the visual accessibility of your app.