At the WWDC Keynote on Monday, Apple’s senior vice president of Software Engineering, Craig Federighi announced that iOS 7 SDK will includes more than 1500 new APIs for developers.
Here’s some good news for Plants vs. Zombies fans. PopCap, the developer of the popular iOS game has just announced that the sequel titled Plants vs. Zombies 2: It’s About Time will be available in the App Store on July 18.
Though Apple TV’s sales have been picking up, Apple hasn’t yet released an SDK for the platform to open it to third party developers. Instead, developers have been using the iOS SDK to pair devices with the Apple TV using AirPlay, the most notable example being Real Racing.
After listening to the horror stories due to the in-app purchase feature, I thought it was high time I wrote a tutorial that shows parents how to disable the feature before giving a child an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
If you’re a fan of XCOM: Enemy Unknown, the popular turn-based tactical role-playing strategy video game developed by Firaxis Games for publisher 2K Games, then we’ve some good news.
EA’s widely anticipated game Real Racing 3 has hit the New Zealand and Australian App Stores, earlier than the expected date of 28th February. The game was first shown at Apple’s iPhone 5 launch event in September and has since been teased in multiple videos by the development studio.
Real Racing 3 is now available in the U.S. and UK App Stores.
Popular games such as Need for Speed Most Wanted, which made it to the App Store best of 2012 and Dead Space, which was voted as the best iPad Game of 2011 by Apple are available for only $0.99.