Get Informed About Everything iOS and Apple Related

iOS is the operating system you will find on Apple’s iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch. Apple release their new iOS every year in the fall – usually September – for the public and a beta release for developers in the summer.

With every new release, Apple introduces new features and possibilities. We cover the latest news, trends, features and everything else that is important for you to be ahead in the fierce app market competition.

We have extensive knowledge with iOS from developing apps to researching the latest functionalities and features introduced by Apple. We share this knowledge with you in our carefully crafted articles.

Don’t Ignore Wearables When Developing An App

The market of smartwatch wearables is sharing the same aggressive growth tendencies as Apple iPhone experienced after it was introduced in 2007. While the number of people wearing a smartwatch wearable was at 66 million in 2019, it's projected to grow to more than 105 million in 2023. Take notice when developing your app. It might be worth targeting smartwatch wearables.

How to Make Money on a Free App

If you’re wondering how to make money on a free app, you’re at the right place. Android and iOS owners are forecast to spend a combined $693 billion on apps in 2021 and that’s a market you shouldn’t miss out on. We’ll tell you what you need to know to start bringing in some of that revenue in your app. We'll also go over the different types of revenue streams you can choose from and which are the most popular.

How to Patent an App Idea

If you’ve got a great idea for an app, you’re probably worried about it getting to market before someone else with the same or similar idea comes first. Developing an app can easily take 6 months or more and a lot of people are involved who potentially could take your idea and run with it. So, the question is can you patent your app and protect your intellectual property? In short, yes. We’ll explain what you can and can’t do to patent your app.

What is an App Stack?

An app stack can either be a technological-based app stack or a software-based app stack. A technological-based app stack is used for mobile app development where you create your own app stack based on if you are developing an app for Android, iOS or cross-platform. The type of app developed also matters (game, educational, utility etc.) when choosing the right app stack. A software-based app stack is a group of software programs working together to solve a common goal or task.

Top 5 Strategies for Effective Mobile App User Engagement

Over the past decade, the number of mobile app downloads has increased from 141 billion in 2016 to 204 billion according to App Annie’s State of Mobile 2020 Report. With a 45% increase over just 4 years, the mobile app market is growing fast. Whether you have a mobile app already or is going to build a new one, knowing how to optimize your user engagement is important for your app's success.

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