Tag Archives: iOS 8

Working With Swift & Cocoa Touch On iOS 8: Some Pointers

For making apps for the iOS 8 platform, Swift is the preferred language for many developers. However, the Objective-C based Cocoa Touch framework is still immensely popular as well. In the following discussion, we have deliberated on how Cocoa Touch can be optimally used on iOS 8, with Swift and Obj-C. A survey conducted among […]

Apple Acquires TestFlight-Maker: What Does It Mean For App Developers?

TestFlight, a widely popular third-party beta-testing platform, was snapped up by Apple almost exactly a year back, for an undisclosed amount. The deal was expected to have several positive implications for iOS app developers. Last year, the announcement of Apple taking over Burstly, the makers of popular beta testing platform TestFlight, was made official. From […]

Wish To Upgrade To Android 5.0 Lollipop? Here’s A Few Tips For You!

When you upgrade your smartphone to a new OS version, it is always advisable to gather thorough knowledge about the latter first. With Android 5.0 Lollipop set to become available soon, let’s take a tour of the interesting additional features it has on offer for users. When Google officially announced the release of Android 5.0 […]

Galaxy Note 4 vs iPhone 6 Plus – Which One Aces The Phablet War?

Ladies and gentlemen, the Apple vs Samsung war is back – this time in the phablet market. The recently released iPhone 6 Plus (preorders open) will be shipped from September 19th. Samsung is set to launch its new flagship device, the Galaxy Note 4, in early or mid-October. We will here try to find out […]

What To Know If You Are A First-Time Mobile App Developer?

All set to create a mobile app for the first time? There would be a few things that you are not quite sure about, even if app development is what you wish to make a living from. In what follows, we will address some such beginners’ queries. If there is one sector in the tech domain […]

Google Android or Apple iOS – Who’s Winning In Australia?

iOS and Android, taken together, account for an amazing 93% of the total number of smartphones and tablets in Australia. The market leadership position has changed hands though – with Android gradually emerging as the top mobile platform in the country.   Among techies across the world, there is a general feel that iOS 8 […]