Issue #26

Editor’s Note

iOSDevCampDC 2012 was really good. I really enjoy small conferences.

Articles

Seven Guidelines For Designing High-Performance Mobile User Experiences

The performance dashboard is a pretty cool idea.

App Store SEO: The tools we used

How Invantory tackled their app store rankings.

How to Evaluate a (paid) iPhone App Idea

Another take on app ideas and whether or not to release a paid app.

Resources

Average App Store Review Times

Pretty cool crowd sourced estimate of iOS and Mac App Stores review process.

iOS Support Matrix, Autumn 2012

Very cool.

Formotion

If you’re into RubyMotion you might be interested in this, it’s a tool to keep UIs in sync.

AppTrace

Another app to help you keep track of your app store stats.

Privacy Policies

From a presentation by Chris Brown of Millenial Media at iOSDevCampDC 2012 this weekend, he said with rumblings in congress in the near future it will be likely that all Apps will need to have a privacy policy. Here are a few resources to get you started now:

Privacy Policy Generator

Free Privacy Policy for Mobile Apps

Privacy Choice

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