Crazy developers! Picture and video after the quote It seemed like a simple enough idea for an iPhone app: Send users a pop-up notice whenever a flying robots kills someone in one of America’s many undeclared wars. But Apple keeps blocking the Drones+ program from its App Store – and therefore, from iPhones everywhere. The… Read more »
Monthly Archives: August 2012
Jason Grigsby on the Cloud Four blog thinks no: I doubt Apple cares how much HTML Facebook uses in its app. And if it does, it is being hypocritical. All of the following Apple-made iOS apps use embedded webviews in some capacity: App Store Newstand iTunes iBooks iTunes U Podcasts Cards Apple Store And that’s… Read more »
No really, they don’t.
Just released! For as much as you probably use Dropbox, you should enable two-step verification for it. I’m assuming you’ve already done it for your Google account?
I don’t use Facebook–really, I don’t. But this article was particularly interesting from a techy point of view. We realized that when it comes to platforms like iOS, people expect a fast, reliable experience and our iOS app was falling short. Now that our mobile services had breadth, we wanted depth. So, we rewrote Facebook… Read more »