The App Store has been a phenomenal success, but one frequent complain developers have is Apple’s opaque app review process. Although Apple has laid out a strict set of rules for iOS apps to be approved, many of these rules aren’t applied uniformly leading to confusion and uncertainty.
In the early part of 2014, a lot of drama got kicked up around an iOS-based game called Flappy Bird. It eventually led the developer of the title, Dong Nguyen, to pull the game from the App Store. It eventually returned, but now Nguyen has a new game on the way: Swing Copters.
It’s been more than a year since Mailbox was purchased by Dropbox, but thankfully the app hasn’t been left to languish. After an update to version 2.0 in April of this year (with an update to fix issues with that one soon after), the app has been updated again, with even more features for users.
Apple has just launched a new promotion on the App Store where it is offering 20 productivity apps at discounted prices for a limited time.
We hadÂ covered quite a few of them in our App Deals post earlier today.
Apple is hot on the heels of officially announcing their third quarter 2014 results, and now the company has revealed that July has managed to be a record setting month for the company thanks to the App Store.
At the end of December, an update to Google Wallet let iOS users add a credit card to the application just by taking a picture of it. Now, several months later, Google’s letting you ask for money right from inside the app, thanks to a new update.