Ever wonder what it's really like to develop an app? Meet Amit Barman from Apollo Software. In this interview, he shares his experience creating translate+, getting it released into the App Store and how using the Google and Bing API's affected his pricing model.1
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Two Towers Offers Newbies and Veterans Challenging Gameplay
Two Towers is an interesting strategy card game with the goal of defeating your enemies to increase your territory to earn more coins and spells. And while you're battling, you also have to protect your own domains or they'll vanish quickly.
Interview: Distinctive Developments' Nigel Little Explains Why a Good Game is the Key to Everything
Today we shine a light on Distinctive Developments. In this interview, Nigel Little answers a few questions to give you an inside look into iOS development. Read on to find out about their games and what it's really like to be an iOS developer.
Bug & Weed Identifier by Spectracide is Lawn Lover's Best Friend
As a homeowner, I can attest to the problems figuring out how to care for a fledgeling lawn and arachnid infestation after a harsh winter. And now that spring has sprung, I've turned my hours of waiting for the sun to hours of trying to become a professional green thumb and pest controller.
Interview: Meet Ondrej Sedlacek Developer of Froggies, the #1 Puzzle Game in the Czech App Store
Ever wonder what it's really like to develop your first app? Developer Ondrej Sedlacek from Promnia took his first iOS game from idea to the top of the charts.
En Route! Updates Makes Real-Time Location Sharing Even Easier
"Are we there yet?" Ah, the mantra of kids traveling in the backseat for ages.
timeRAZOR Mixes Events, Traffic Data and Exclusive Offers
Our world has become cluttered. It's not like it happened overnight. We've all been dealing with too many meetings, social engagements, birthdays, shopping lists, sitcoms and a smattering of other riffraff for quite some time. Just look at how many channels there are on your TV that you never watch.
InFrame Foto Simplifies Picture Framing for Quick Collages
With the iPhone, photography can be fun – especially ever since the jump to the 8-megapixel camera with the 4/4S. But to make the most of it, you gotta have a few apps that allow you to enhance and edit your photos.
Gravity Force Challenges Players to Master Gravity With Simple Gameplay
Defy gravity with a high-tech version of the old-school hand-held games challenging players to put a ball in a hole. It sounds easy, but Gravity Force is a simple, free game that will challenge you to do just that.
BounceMyX Offers Fake Bounced Email Notifications for iPhone Users
Have you ever been in a situation where you opened an email and wished you hadn't? Whether it be contact from an annoying friend, previous romantic partner, former client or boss — chances are, you have been in a situation where you hoped you could just click a button and it was as if you had neve
FitnessOne Boasts Custom Workout Builder
Those of us with fitness-minded goals can get an App Store workout just trying to find the ideal fitness and nutrition app.
Video Star Makes You Into a Lip-Syncing Music Video Superstar
Everybody wants to be a big, big star, right? With Video Star you're one step closer to Hollywood with the ability to make your own music videos complete with built-in real-time effects. Who knows, you might just become the next Rebecca Black.
Endless War is Frantic Space Fighter Battle for iOS
Just like for Maverick and Goose, Endless War is all about a good soundtrack and top gun dogfighting. And while you won't have a wingman in this space fighter, you'll still have a blast going below the hard deck and shooting down a slew of bogeys.
5 Word Games for iPhone That Spell Fun
Word nerds and letter lovers definitely have the pick of the App Store for games to keep their erudite gray matter engaged.
Alex Patsay Offers a Pre-Release Peak into the Development of Juggernaut
Ever wonder what it's really like to develop your first app? Meet Alex Patsay from Mail.Ru. In this interview, Alex Patsay answers our questions and offers a behind-the-scenes glimpse into what it was like to create Juggernaut: Revenge of Sovering and get it released into the App Store.