Secure Programming Practices for iOS 8 Developers

By on December 9, 2014

I don’t think I have ever seen a product launch as poor as Apple’s iPhone 6, and the iPhone 6 Plus. Not only are there serious complaints about the durability of the devices, people are not happy with late iOS 8 updates – Apple pushed a new update for the system, but quickly withdrew it Read More...


5 Reasons To Choose App Flipping To Build An App

By on November 30, 2014

App flipping is a term that we’ve been hearing a lot during the last couple of years, and this trend was able to revolutionize the app world. If you don’t know what it is, we’re talking about app-reskinning: basically using an existing source code of an app to create something totally new and original. If Read More...

12 eBook Readers for Android

By on November 22, 2014

eBooks are one of the most consumed formats of content in the digital world, not only are eBooks nearly twice as cheap (on average) as physical books, they’re also more convenient to carry around – given that you’ve got a modern smartphone that has the Android operating system installed. You can find a lot of Read More...


5 Ways to Learn Swift Programming for iOS App Development

By on October 27, 2014

The new Swift programming language has attracted many developers to itself, both inexperienced and advanced mobile developers. It seems as if Swift is starting to solve problems that so many mobile developers were dealing with for years, and we can only hope that the same tactics will rub off to future languages. I’ve managed to Read More...


Learn Android Lollipop Development by Building Real Apps

By on October 21, 2014

Android is the global market leader when it comes to mobile operating systems, and without question – Android developers are earning some of the nicest salaries in the industry, it’s even more intriguing when you think about the fact of how cheap it is to learn things like Android development. I mean, $199 course in Read More...


6 Great Photo Editing Apps for Android

By on October 15, 2014

The Android platform is full of surprises, especially good ones. Last night, a roll-out began for the new Android “Lollipop” 5.0 version, not only that – Google also released the source code of the new platform, which you can get from this site. Props to Ron Amadeo for publishing the information regarding the source code. Read More...


Handy 10-Step Process Of Creating Cloud Backend For iOS App Using Parse

How to Create a Cloud Backend for an iOS App Using Parse

By on September 5, 2014

With iOS apps becoming the need of the hour for Apple product consumers, a large group of iOS App development companies are delving into improving the performance quotient of applications. Well, just like any other mobile app, even an iOS app requires a set of utilities for running flawlessly. One such vital component that’s required Read More...