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Premium Not Freemium: iPad Game Monument Valley Passes 1M Downloads

Going against the freemium gaming grain, Monument Valley, the sumptuously designed, premium priced iPad game which launched back in April and snagged its makers an Apple Design Award at this year’s WWDC, has now passed one million downloads, TechCrunch can reveal. Read More

Apple’s enterprise deal with IBM: The dawn of a new era at Apple?

At the conclusion of this year’s WWDC, I remarked that the Apple of 2014 was starkly different from the Apple which had showed itself at events in prior years. For the first time, Apple had let its guard down with iOS, inviting developers...Show More Summary

Samsung is reportedly in talks to buy smart home firm SmartThings to compete with Google and Apple

This year has been the battle of smart homes among big internet firms. Google bought Nest for $3.2 billion, while Apple announced Homekit at its WWDC conference in June, an SDK that aggregates third party Internet of Things apps into one place. Show More Summary

Beyond Swift: visit Apple's official blogs of yesteryear

The introduction of Apple's programming language Swift at WWDC represents a departure from tradition in several ways. If an entirely new coding dialect wasn't enough, last week the company also launched a blog specifically focused on Swift. The new...

Apple Starts a Blog for Swift Developers

Good news for Apple developers: the Cupertino giant launched a bunch of new resources for its Swift programming language on Friday. Announced at WWDC 2014, Swift is Apple's new programming language for iOS and OS XEarly response from...Show More Summary

Apple launches developer blog for new Swift programming language

Apple's march toward transparency continued on Friday with the launch of the Swift Blog, a new developer-focused blog covering the Swift programming language introduced by the company at WWDC.

Apple takes developers behind the scenes with new Swift blog

When Apple announced the Swift programming language I heard audible gasps of joy from developers sitting behind me at the WWDC keynote. So for the developers excited about its new language, Apple has launched its own Swift Blog. Concerning...Show More Summary

Apple launches new blog dedicated to all things Swift

Swift, a completely new programming language for the App Age, was one of the biggest announcements that come out of WWDC and now it’s also got its own blog. Apple launched a new blog dedicated to the development of Swift … Read more...

Apple launches blog to highlight new Swift programming language

Apple has launched a blog on its official developer website to promote the new Swift programming language. Swift, which was announced at WWDC 2014, is a successor to the Objective-C programming language for iOS and OS X, and it provides new, cleaner, and more robust tools for developing applications. The blog will be dedicated to […]

iOS 8 wish-list scorecard: How many came true?

Back before WWDC 2014 I wrote a series of posts detailing some of the things I wished very much to see from Apple in iOS 8. Some of them I'd been wishing for for years. Others I'd only just begun to think about. After the keynote I'd meant to go through and see just how many of my wishes had, coincidentally, come true. Show More Summary

The App Store’s 6th anniversary by the numbers

As Apple celebrates the 6th anniversary of the App Store today, let’s take a look at the most recent numbers Apple has announced regarding App Store statistics. During the WWDC keynote on June 2nd, Apple CEO Tim Cook shared that the App Store then featured more than 1.2 million apps and counting. Out of that catalog, […]

Siri 'Just Thrilled' About iOS 8, but Sad About Lack of Stage Time at WWDC

Developers running the beta version of iOS 8 can ask Siri for an opinion on the new operating system, prompting Apple's virtual assistant to provide one of several humorous responses. Asking "Siri, do you like iOS 8?" will result inShow More Summary

iCloud Drive will be accessible from the web, according to the latest iOS beta

2 weeks agoTechnology : GigaOM

iCloud Drive, the cloud storage service announced by Apple at WWDC, looks like a Dropbox killer in its ability to share files across devices and platforms. The company had officially announced that it would work on iOS, OS X and (surprisingly) Windows, but according to a snippet […]

All the tiny new tweaks added in iOS 8 beta 3

  After taking a three week break Apple has released the refinements for iOS 8 in its newest beta available to developers today. Most of iOS 8?s major features were announced at WWDC, but Apple has been slowly and refining … Read mo...

iOS 8 beta 3 indicates iCloud Drive will also be accessible from

  iCloud Drive was first announced at WWDC. This feature is Apple’s new approach to iCloud file syncing, replacing Documents and Data. The new interface acts more like Dropbox, with one central folder containing all iCloud documents in one place. This gives more flexibility over the model used by iOS 7 and Mavericks, where iCloud documents […]

Inside App Extensions: Apple opens up social Share Sheets to third parties

At WWDC, Apple unveiled a new App Extension architecture for both iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite. Here's how the new feature enables new and existing web services to extend iOS and OS X to support social sharing of documents, websites, photos and other media.

Inside App Extensions: Apple, Inc's new Widgets & Keyboards similar to Android's, but secure

At WWDC, Apple unveiled a new App Extension architecture for both iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite. Here's how the new extensions enable a new type of widgets in Notification Center for both platforms, along with enabling third party Custom Keyboards for iOS.

How WWDC students made an app that turns iPhones into a surround sound system

While sitting in on a session at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference last year, Nick Frey, Chris Galzerano, and Veeral Patel got an itch to make something. As part of iOS 7, Apple had introduced “Multipeer Connectivity,” a framework for communicating with nearby … Read more ›

Inside App Extensions: the Cloud Kit-savvy Photos future of Apple's iPhoto & Aperture

At WWDC, Apple unveiled a new App Extension architecture for both iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite. Here's how the new extensions will change photo editing on both platforms, where the new Photos app will replace today's iPhoto and Aperture.

Smartphone owners use an average of 27 apps per month

During WWDC a few weeks ago, Apple, as it's prone to do, provided us with some updates regarding the ever increasing popularity of the App Store. As of early June, Tim Cook noted that iOS users have cumulatively downloaded 75 billion apps from an App...

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