Oct 06, 2015 - PhatWare Corporation today announces WritePad Software Development Kit (SDK) 5.2. The WritePad Software Development Kit enables third-party application developers and OEMs to take advantage of the state-of-the-art handwriting recognition technology on iOS, Android OS, Windows and Windows Phone. WritePad SDK can also be used with Xamarin Studio, which significantly simplifies development of handwriting recognition enabled-applications and allows to share business logic across multiple platforms.
Sep 08, 2015 - Austin based Xojo, Inc. today announced that Xojo will be on sale all week for "Programmer's Day," which is September 13th. All new licenses will be discounted to 20% off of their original price. Using Xojo, developers can create powerful native, multi-platform applications for OS X, Windows, Linux, the web, iOS and soon, Raspberry Pi and other single board computers. Xojo applications can be found in every conceivable industry, ranging from utilities to full-featured enterprise applications.
Aug 25, 2015 - Babble-on App Localization today added support for payments via Bitcoin and Alipay. Developers from across the globe can now pay for expert app localization in over 40 languages using the universal Bitcoin currency, or China's popular Alipay service. Babble-on is San Francisco's only homegrown translation service for iOS and Android developers. The company uses specialized tools to support a large number of popular app localization formats.
Aug 24, 2015 - Atlantia Software today introduces AppLinX 1.0.0 for Mac OS X. AppLinX simplifies the process of creating and distributing iTunes App Analytics links. With AppLinX, it is possible to create campaign links in seconds, right from the Mac menu bar. All links are saved to and synched via iCloud, easily searchable, and available to be added to the clipboard with a single click. The app even lets iTunes Affiliate Program members enter their token to have it automatically appended to every link.
Aug 10, 2015 - Princeton Satellite Systems announces MatrixLib v3.0, their C++ matrix operations framework for iOS. MatrixLib provides easy-to-use matrix operations. I/O functions include packaging to string and binary formats as well as a display to standard output. Manipulation functions allow easy extraction and incorporation of sub-matrices, stack and append operations, and dynamic resizing. MatrixLib is used in the QuaternionCalc app that is available on the App Store.
May 18, 2015 - Independent developer, Wan Ahmad Lutfi today announces QuartzCode 1.3, an important update to his powerful code generation tool for OS X. QuartzCode is a lightweight and powerful animation tool that turns vector drawing and animation into Objective C and Swift code, bridging the gap between developer, designer and animator. Version 1.3 introduced multiple animations, shared color, new code generation options and new timeline panel and toolbar icon design.
May 13, 2015 - Spokane based PhatWare Corporation today announces their WritePad handwriting recognition Software Development Kit (SDK) version 5.1 for Apple iOS. WritePad SDK 5.1 enables third-party app developers and OEMs to leverage state-of-the-art handwriting recognition software for Apple's iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices. The updates SDK now includes new sample code demonstrating integration with apps developed in Swift language.
May 11, 2015 - Next Generation of Game Publishing Looks to Mitigate Risk on Mobile: PublishingPlus is now open for all free-to-play game developers to apply, regardless of team size or location. Drawing from FunPlus' expertise as a global leader in the F2P mobile industry, and strong local presence in major marketplaces worldwide, PublishingPlus provides independent development partners with a wide range of financial and operational support in addition to expert guidance throughout each game's lifecycle.
May 01, 2015 - RemObjects Software today announces Silver, the free compiler that brings Apple's Swift programming language to .NET, Java and Android developers. Part of their Elements compiler toolchain, Silver builds on ten years of solid compiler infrastructure to let developers use Swift to create apps for Android, .NET and Java. Swift code will compile directly to IL code that runs on Microsoft's Common Language Runtime, or to Java Byte code that runs on the JVM or on Android.