What’s New In macOS Sierra?

OS X 10.12 Fuji has a new name, and you are probably already aware of it. At this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple confirmed the ongoing rumors by rebranding the OS X platform to macOS (in line with the naming convention of iOS, tvOS, watchOS). The latest version is called macOS Sierra, and at the […]

Google I/O 2016: Looking Back At The 12 Biggest Announcements

With more than 7000 live audience, the 10th Google I/O (held from 18-20 May) well and truly lived up to its billing as one of the biggest mobile tech events in the year. Incidentally, two ‘firsts’ marked this year’s event. For starters, the venue was shifted from the bustling Moscone Center to the Shoreline Amphitheater […]

What’s New In Xcode 7.3?

The Xcode 7.3.1 update was released earlier this month. Since its launch last October, Xcode 7 has come in for high praise among iOS app developers worldwide – thanks to its wide range of new tools and features. A recent survey revealed that an overwhelming majority of app makers were satisfied with the performance of […]

Does Your Business Need A Mobile App? Yes, And Here’s Why…

After a relatively slow start in 2013-14, the development of mobile enterprise applications really picked up pace last year. It is expected that, by the end of 2016, all businesses with 1000 or more employees will have at least one dedicated mobile app – with eWeek predicting that the total volume of enterprise apps will […]

Designing The UI/UX Of Apps For iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus: Tips & Pointers

Successful iOS applications mint a lot of money for their developers. However, that does not mean every iPhone app developer can expect to make big bucks – simply by choosing this line as his/her profession. Reports from a recent survey has shown that less than 65% of developers worldwide can boast of more than 50000 […]

Apple WWDC 2016: Top 12 Expected Announcements

Twice every year, Apple fans and tech enthusiasts alike have all the reasons to get excited about. One of them is, of course, the September fall event – where the latest iPhone models are launched. The other is the annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), which will be held this year at the Bill Graham Civic […]

Apple iPhone SE Is A Flop Already…Or Is It?

It’s been a month since the arrival of the much-hyped 4” iPhone SE, and its sales have not yet been the raging success story that we have come to associate with Apple iPhones. After the first weekend of its launch, iPhone SE had an adoption rate of a measly 0.1% (compare that with the healthy […]

14 Important Trends For Mobile App Developers In 2016

The worldwide contingent of software developers is growing at exponential rates every year. By the end of 2015, more than 21 million individuals were into making software applications on a full-time basis. Interestingly, 1 out of every 2 software makers is a mobile app developer. We are now a couple of months into 2016, and […]

14 Common Errors Android App Developers Should Be Wary Of

In the second quarter of 2015, the share of Android in the global smartphone market rose to nearly 83%. Although iPhone is still the ‘rich man’s device’ and iPhone-users are more likely to spend money on applications (i.e., higher average revenue per user for developers) than their Android counterparts, the overwhelming dominance of Google’s mobile […]

3D Touch On iPhone 6S – All That You Should Know

While IBM Simon – a handset launched in 1994 – would walk away with the title of first-ever touchscreen phone (it also had a stylus), the entire touch technology on smartphones was revolutionized by Apple. The first generation iPhone showcased how touchscreen could work on, what was at that time, a fairly large display. Since […]