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Issue #30

Articles The Verizon iPhone 5 Is GSM Unlocked Maybe thanks to the FCC, but it’s unlocked immediately. The iOS 6 App Store ‘is a disaster’ for developers Title is a bit over the top, but interesting look at the new interface for the App Store in iOS 6. Special Report: iOS app piracy soars It’s [...]

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Issue #28

Articles Learn From These 3 Top Mobile App Publishers and Save Valuable Marketing Dollars Bite-sized ideas. How to get your first 1000 players What it says. 5 Simple Tips for Designing Better iPhone Apps Some advice from Nathan Barry. From App Store Newbie to $35,000+ in Profit Nathan Barry strikes again, this time describing his [...]

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Issue #27

Editor’s Note I’m getting a lot more content digested in the form of podcasts these days than blogs. Something I’ll have to look at going forward. Articles Stop Using The Cup of Coffee vs. $0.99 App Analogy An argument against this particular form of price anchoring. Using RubyMotion to Build JavaScript Based iOS Apps – [...]

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Issue #25

Editor’s Note Pretty light on articles this week, so I wanted to add a list of podcasts that I listen to. Theory is, if you like what you read here, you have similar interests to my own and you’ll probably like these podcasts too. Articles One Thousand Dollars an Hour Interesting discussion by Sam Soffes, [...]

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Issue #24

Issue #24 2012-08-02 Editor’s Note Lots of rumors swirling around about Apple hardware, more than normal it seems. New iPhone in early September. New iPad maybe in October. Articles Apple to Provide Adapter for Smaller iPhone Dock Connector Rumors Have Apple Putting A New iPhone In Your Pocket This September More from the rumor mill, [...]

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Issue #23

Editor’s Note A bunch of acquisitions (acqui-hires) happened this week, Pulp And Wallet and Sparrow. Articles Facebook Acquires Acrylic Software, Developer Of Pulp And Wallet For iOS What it says. Sparrow + Google I was just getting used to Sparrow as a replacement to Postbox, I guess I’ll have to keep looking. Apple gives developers [...]

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Issue #22

Editor’s Note The big news this week is a Russian hacker showing how to bypass in-app purchases without jail-breaking your phone. Of course you have to use a Russian proxy Articles Hacker Releases Tools for Bypassing Apple’s In App Purchase Mechanism [Updated] The initial story and several updates along the way as people dig into [...]

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Issue #21

Editor’s Note This past week we’ve seen corrupted app store binaries, seen them get fixed and witnessed the second coming in the form of Tweetbot for Mac alpha. Articles A Primer on Hybrid Apps for iOS A decent primer if you, or your clients, are considering non-native apps. How to Run AB Tests in iOS [...]

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Issue #20

Editor’s Note Made it to my first NSCoderNight this week and it seemed pretty cool. Going to try to make that a regular habit. In other news, looks like some of the search changes are sorting themselves out. Headlines The rules changed… again! Seems that the search issues in the App Store not crossing Name [...]

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Issue #19

Editor’s Note I took a break last week. Actually I was just trying to survive the crescendo of summer swim meets for my daughters and organizing 25 volunteers to make the meets run smoothly. WWDC 2012 videos were out last week, 4 days or so after the event. This week, lots of talk about the [...]

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