Apple today announced that all of its developer services are now back online after almost a month of outage. On the “Status” page that Apple set up for developers to help them understand which services were online, now all services are currently featuring the green mark. The services were down due to a security breach by hackers, but now, everything has been restored back. Read More
Apple’s Developer Center has been down for a week due to a breach by hackers, but today, it is finally back up and running. On Apple’s Developer Center status page, you can now see the services which are back up and running.
Apple’s developer center has been down for 3 complete days. Today, Apple confirmed that the developer center has been down because it has been breached by hackers. Apple is now sending out emails to developers alerting them about the situation. The regular iTunes account users will not be affected, only developer account holders will be affected by this breach. As Apple points out, credit card information was not compromised. There are no details as of now as to when the developer center might return back to its original state.
Android developers are getting a huge boost today. Google at Google I/O today announced the release of Android Studio – an IDE built just for Android developers so they can build and deploy Apps faster. This is nothing completely unique to the platform, but instead a much needed tool as most of the other major players in the market like Apple and Microsoft provide their own set of tools to ease the life of developers. Android Studio is a replacement for Eclipse. Read More
Timbre was featured on the Apple front page that gave the App a lot of coverage and downloads. Timbre App helps you to find the latest music shows and events nearby your location. Everything is presented in a gorgeous user interface that clearly redefines band discovery. It’s basically a brand discovery App to let you find the best music being played by leading bands around you. We take a behind the scenes look with this interview and understand how the team managed to pull off such an incredible App. Read More
In this exciting DevDialouge, we talk to the developers behind the extremely popular Banana Kong game. The App has been downloaded thousands of times and the ratings on the App Store clearly reflect its level of success. Every App’s success story and formula is different, so via this interview, we take a behind the scenes look at how the developer managed to take the App from zero to so many downloads in a day Read More
Wave Trip for iOS is an incredible game that recently got featured by Apple. The game has been developed by “Lucky Frame” and sports a gorgeous user interface that is surrounded by the entire idea of music creation. We recently talked to the developers at Lucky Frame to get a behind the scenes picture, understand about their marketing techniques and how they managed to get featured by Apple. Read More
In this DevDialogue, we talk to the developer of Mygazine for iPad. Mygazine for iPad curates content from different sources and presents it in a remarkable format that makes it easier for users to read. Every day, all content from your subscribed sources are combined and presented in a magazine like format. It is like the combination of Flipboard and Pulse. We take a look at the behind the scenes picture in this interview. Read More
iHomies is a newly released, complexly developed application from AS Mobile Applications. This application is designed largely fo kids below the age of 10. The main idea of this application, located within the ‘Entertainment’ section, is to provide your kids some new friends to interact positively with and allow them to increase their self confidence with talking to people. This application implements the iOS multitouch interface while allowing your children to know where to press on the screen to get the ‘iHomie’ to interact with them. Your children can send greetings to their new friends intuitively. Read More
Astrowings has got 3 million members addicted to the game. There must be something that keeps new users coming and old users hooked. AstroWings is a highly popular series in which users keep scrolling vertically and battling their way through. In this interview with the developers of the App, we take a look at the behind the scenes picture to understand how they did it. Read More