Modern life can be chaotic. In between work, volunteering, family schedules, studying, doing chores, meeting friends and simply trying to survive, we all need things to help us stay organised. Often, however, the things we use to organize our lives only add to the chaos. App developers have been working hard to tackle this problem, and […]
The dramatic growth of the application market has coincided with the birth of niche industries around. There has been a proliferation of low-cost and accessible development alternatives to the traditional agencies as well as shops. However, not all of the brands need expansive and diverse functionality into their applications.
The market is lit up with the new iOS6 redesign of the apps store. This is why there are some things that you must take care of while keeping the changes in mind. This article aims at making app developers more aware about the changes and how you can use them to leverage it.
Back in the day, writers painstakingly clickety-clacked their work on a typewriter, and before that, they wrote longhand. But does that mean that their work is any less artful or meaningful now that we have computers and keyboards? No! It’s all in how you use the tools that you are given, and that’s just as […]
Keynotopia has launched Keynotopia Mockups Bundle, a collection of royalty-free Keynote mockup templates for prototyping mobile, web, and desktop apps. Keynotopia Mockups Bundle allows designers, developers, program managers, and entrepreneurs the ability to quickly iterate and perfect their app ideas prior to development.
My latest iPhone app addiction at the moment is the social drawing game Draw Something. When I have a spare 5 mins I have a quick blast against numerous friends and family no matter where they are in the world. If you’ve never played Draw Something then it’s like having a mini game of Pictionary […]
One particular app that has been making the waves in mobile photography today is Instagram. A photo sharing app that allows users to apply a filter to the pictures they take. These filters pay homage to vintage cameras — the Polaroid and the Kodak Instamatic.