Apple recently changed its developer guidelines to indicate that it might not be so happy with apps that essentially replicate what the App Store already provides, in terms of providing lists of apps to buy.
After focusing primarily on iOS, our Sparkling Apps team is now moving to Android as well. We have started by porting our most popular apps, Voice Ask and Translator with Speech, and also created a port of a popular pilot app, 'Aeroweather'.
Recently, Apple has been rejecting some of our apps, mainly because they were deemed too similar to Siri.
Apple has announced a strategic partnership with IBM that will see the enterprise giant transfer over 150 of their enterprise and IT apps and tools to Apple platforms natively, and will also have IBM selling Apple iPhones and iPads to its business clients all over the world.
Every year, Apple awards a series of apps its coveted Apple Design Award. These apps represent what Apple feels are the best qualities of the platform. Among the big winners in these ADAs is Yahoo’s News Digest app. That marks the second win in so many years for Yahoo.
Whether you’ve ever built an iOS app or not, you’ve probably heard tales of how frustrating it can be to get Apple’s stamp of approval.
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Apple has released its annual “Best Of” feature for the iTunes and App Stores, and this year there are some apps at the top of the list that indicate Apple is interested in rewarding apps that foster creativity on its iOS devices. The iPhone app of the year is Action Movie FX (from J.J.
Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: SecurityIf you wanted to know which apps on your iDevice were potentially playing fast and loose with various aspects of your digital privacy, BitDefender’s Clueful app was pretty much the only way to do it, but with Apple removing the app, the skill of Sherlock Holmes may well be needed to figure out why.
In a latest move to put a curb on obscene and inappropriate apps in the Apple App-Store, Apple has removed almost over 5,000 apps from its App Store, including some that according to Apple feature “overtly sexual” content.