According to Marco Armend (who didn’t sell anything this week)… Apple has set fire to iOS. Everything’s in flux. Those with the least to lose have the most to gain, because this fall, hundreds of millions of people will start demanding apps for a platform with thousands of old, stale players and not many new,… Read more »
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There’s an API for almost everything. And now there’s a rather robust one for shirt printing. Sadly it’s US-only for now, but it looks very useful. Now you just need to setup a cron job to do a Google image search, plug into this API and print a new, very random shirt every week!
What would a major redesign of Safari on iOS look like? This, hopefully…
To our customers – In the last 24 hours there has been a lot of chatter about Apple banning Saga #12 from our Comics App on the Apple App Store due to depictions of gay sex. This is simply not true, and we’d like to clarify. As a partner of Apple, we have an obligation… Read more »
Since they happen so frequently, often developers fall short of the requirements to describe why there’s actually an update being pushed out. “Bug fixes” is the worst description I see all too regularly. As such, when I saw the below it brought a smile to my face.
Late last year I wrote a little piece about email clients. Yesterday a new app was announced that solves for a lot of the issues I’ve been having with email (email clients suck…) Mailbox app is now in a “reservation” queue mode with the aim to launch their initially free app soon & roll it… Read more »
I’m a heavy email user. Very heavy. I use email non-stop for work, blogs & my personal email is obviously a big deal for me. I don’t think I’m unique in my desire to have very powerful, pretty & easy to use tools to handle email. Most of my email is used for people to… Read more »
I’ve used the photo-sharing service eyeem before. However I never made a conscious effort to “switch” to it from Instagram. One reason I’ve used Instagram from it’s inception (nearly) is that it makes sharing snapshots of life easy. Taking a few photos and sharing them out on Twitter, Facebook, etc. easily is a huge driver… Read more »
When Chrome was released I said it would win the war. I also said Europe is more likely to switch browsers (from my experience with more dynamic IT departments). Good job, Europe. I would imagine the stickiness of IE in the UK & similar is down to a large public sector & banking industry. Old… Read more »