Starting today, the WWDC app is now the Apple Developer app and delivers in-depth information from Apple experts all year round. Stay up to date with the latest developer news, informative videos, WWDC content, and more.
I subscribed via RSS to the Apple developer news feed where I keep up to date with news and other relevant information about iOS development. I appreciate, however, the promise of more content from the developer news feed with year-round in-depth information sharing from “Apple experts” via the newly rebranded Apple Developer app.
What used to be – for me, and I’m sure for many – a yearly install of the WWDC app for the week-long WWDC event looks set to now claim a permanent home on my iOS devices. Being able to receive timely push notification updates whenever new content is published is a big plus. I dig the new icon, too.
I am new to the world of utilising White noise as a medium to emulate specific types of background noise to help sleep, relax or focus when writing even though I am aware of its existence. Music is the only tried and trusted medium I have used up until now. I had the chance to help Beta test the development of Dark Noise by iOS developer Charlie Chapman, which also prompted me to further look into the whole world of using White noise for relaxation and focus as an alternative to listening to music. I can safely say Dark Noise has introduced an incredibly reliable tool that reenacts the effects of noise to enter a calm, relaxed or focused state.
In January 2010, Steve Jobs revealed to the world the iPad, the device Apple believed to be the answer to fill the gap between the smartphone and a laptop. Having converted to using an iPhone two years earlier in 2008, I was definitely in that camp; the need for real screen estate portable touch device that allows me to perform the majority of basic tasks I used a laptop and desktop computer for at the time, such as; web browsing, email, reading and media consumption etc. Nothing trivial.