After another 3am night, I am very happy to finally have my new developer API live! The SynCloud API is a Cloud Syncing API that allows developers to easily add a multi-user sync interface into their existing mobile apps. This API integrates with core data to create an easy to use, multi-user multi-table syncing interface.
Users thinking about updating to iOS 6, I encourage you to be patient and wait a week or two before updating or you will run the risk that many of your apps may stop working. Unfortunately, it appears that iOS6 introduces some surprising and significant compatibility issues that developers [like myself] are scrambling to update
new iPhone 5… ahhh mazing! These are the basic new specs / features that we saw from the unveiling. This is not including iOS 6 improvements, which we already saw at WWDC. – 4″ screen, ~20% thinner & lighter, -4g LTE (faster internet), -about 2x faster (A6 processor), -better Wifi performance, – improved battery. -3
In my quest to promote my newest app, unFed unDead!, I am turning to several paid review sites. There are so many out there and you really have no idea what to expect when you sign up for them. Well, over the next few weeks I will be trying many of them out and writing
I sent an email to Tim Cook today expressing some thoughts on their media events, and why I think the events should be streamed live to Apple Stores. Hopefully this will be read by someone and considered! ———- From: Logan Sease Subject: Stream media events to Apple Stores, feed the customer / brand connection Date:
I recently used the PromoArrow service in an attempt to market my new game unFed unDead! The service is simple. You pay $200 and fill out a form with basic app information. They submit your app to their large database of review sites. In addition to basic submission, they also use an email service that