iOS App Developers Can Soon Provide Discounts To Their Subscribers

Apple is making some substantial changes to its iOS App guidelines and sources claim that the company will soon allow the iOS developers to offer discounts to its current and past subscribers. This will also help the developers to retain their exiting customers and give them more reasons to come back to try the App if they aren’t convinced enough. Read More

Android Developers Can Now Beta Test Before Pushing Out Updates

Google Beta TestingIf you are a successful Android developer, chances are that you wouldn’t want to push out an update that is unstable and might cause distress amongst your loyal user fan base. At Google I/O today, Google announced that starting today, Android developers will be able to beta test their Apps before pushing it out to the masses. Within the developer console, there will now be three tabs – “alpha testing”, “beta testing” and “product”. Read More

‘Things’ Receives A Much Needed Update

‘Things’ is one of the most popular to-do Apps on the iPhone, iPad and Mac and the developers of ‘Things’, Cultured Code, have been doing a large amount of research and development preparation for their new addition to the service. Things Cloud. This software has been in private beta testing for nearly a year now and has now been made available for public beta test. Some say that this will potentially iron out more issues that users could be experiencing with this product as there are a lot of ‘power’ users out there that may not have known about the private beta or just didn’t get invited to participate in it. Read More

Apple Removes 10.7.3 Update From Their Servers Due to CUI Issues

Like one of the early Mac OS X 10.7 updates, 10.7.3 has been causing a few problems for a selection of users. Some of these issues surround the topic of CUI. Applications have been crashing quite frequently. This issue could be mistaken for a compatibility issue that surrounds the Lion OS recently. To take action on this issue Apple have gathered a testing group for a potential fix for it. Read More

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iTunes Match Now Available for Developers [VIDEO]

Apple announced iTunes Match at WWDC 11. iTunes Match is a new service stores your complete music library in iCloud, allowing you to enjoy your collection anywhere, anytime, on any iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or computer. Apple will be offering the service later this year for a fee of $25/year, but the developer preview version has been released today. Read More

Apple Seeds OS X Lion 10.7.2, iCloud Beta 9 and iPhoto Beta 3 to Developers

mac os x updateApple has just released a new version of OS X Lion 10.7.2, an update to iCloud for Mac beta 9 and an update to iPhoto beta 3 to developers. The downloads are available via the Apple’s Developer website. The iCloud update for Lion integrates the various iCloud for web feature with the Lion App, and provide better syncing capabilities. Read More