iOS Development - Latest Releases
RichTalk: Cloud-Based Content Management and Push Services for Apps
Jun 17, 2013 - Apps2Go announces RichTalk is a Rich Media Multi Channel Communication Platform for developers of mobile apps. Content becomes ever more important - especially on mobile devices. However, managing content in the app requires a cumbersome update of the app. RichTalk solves the problem and manages all content in the cloud and delivers it in a targeted way to an iOS- or Android-App. RichTalk also informs users via a push-message about new content and offers additional data packs via in-app sale.
WhereCloud Releases its AppCoreKit Framework to Ease iOS 7 Transition
Jun 13, 2013 - WhereCloud, a leading innovative mobile development studio, today announces the immediate release of its AppCoreKit iOS application framework as an open source project to help iOS developers transition to Apple's newly announced iOS 7 mobile operating system. The framework is the result of WhereCloud's extensive experience building great mobile apps in a variety of business domains. The framework is already powering more than 50 applications currently available on the Apple App Store.
AppClover's New App Roundtable Program Guides Appreneurs to Success
Jun 06, 2013 - For appreneurs who are serious about becoming the next App Store success story, AppClover today announces the launch of App Roundtable, a first-of-its-kind program that brings together training from two mobile industry experts with live group coaching to help mobile app makers supercharge their app businesses. The program is limited to 10 participants, who will enjoy a special $2,000 savings to celebrate the one-year anniversary of AppClover. Applications are being accepted now through June 11.
Oxygene for Cocoa - A New Programming Language for Mac and iOS
Jun 04, 2013 - RemObjects Software announces the release of Oxygene 6.0. The newest version of its award-winning Oxygene programming language includes the addition of Oxygene for Cocoa, bringing the modern Oxygene language and development tool chain to developers looking to create truly native Mac and iOS applications. The Oxygene for Cocoa compiler gives developers direct access to all the great APIs and frameworks that Apple and third party developers are providing for Mac and iOS development.
Small Local Businesses Can Finally Afford Their Own Customized App
Jun 03, 2013 - Creative Technology Designs today announces the availability of its wide range of inexpensive apps designed to be customized for use by local businesses. Because the development expense is shared among many businesses, each can afford to have its own custom app for less than the cost of a local newspaper ad. Currently available types of business include: Restaurants, Bars, Clubs, Karate Schools, Fitness Gyms, Hair Salons, Car Dealerships, Retail Stores, Realtors, Car Washes, and more.
Weblance Releases a New Curated Marketplace
May 31, 2013 - Weblance today releases a new curated freelance marketplace with tools to make building apps. Weblance is specifically designed to take applications from design to deployment as quickly as possible. Weblance effectively identifies development decisions, tracks them and organizes them into a plan, decreasing overhead costs. Weblance is so effective at reducing administrative project overhead that apps can be deployed far quicker and at a lower cost.
Widget Press Introduces FormEntry 2.3
May 24, 2013 - Atlanta based Widget Press, Inc. today announces the next major version to its FormEntry family of Mac software. FormEntry for Mac, FormEntry Server and the all new FormEntry Touch have all been updated to version 2.3. These applications are designed exclusively for iOS, Mac OS X and Mac OS X Server, and allow for easy custom iOS form app creation and deliver to any iPad, iPhone and iPod touch device.
NearBytes, NFC-Alternative for legacy SmartPhones, launch SDK on 27 May
May 23, 2013 - Brazilian technology company, NearBytes has developed a new communication by proximity technology based on sound that is very similar to Near Field Communication that can be used on any Android/iOS legacy smartphone available today. This system will be launched as an SDK in a Beta Program on Monday the 27th of May. App and game developers who want to communicate between devices, should sign up, and use it to create cool new content and engage even more with their public.
NearBytes to be Available as an SDK for Beta-Testers in May
May 15, 2013 - NearBytes, a Brazilian technology company, has developed a new communication by proximity technology based on sound that is very similar to Near Field Communication that can be used on any iOS or Android smartphone available today. This system is scheduled to be launch as an SDK in a Closed Beta Program by late May, and is inviting all app and game developers to sign up, and use it to create cool new content and engage even more with their public.