A good Terms and Conditions is a critical element in the success of an App

That initial Terms and Conditions screen that users see at the start of using an app. Most users see as a minor annoyance to tap through and not read. That screen and the legal agreement attached to it are a critical element in the success of an app. The Terms and Conditions agreement protects the

Stock Image sites are great sources of images and videos for your app

In today’s world of designing and building apps. Your app needs to look great to stand out. A great background image, icons and videos can take an app to the next level for users. For this we use really two sites consistently to source our photos and videos for when we need something great. The

Controlling Distribution of your app

Our customers sometimes ask about controlling the distribution of their apps. If they can restrict an App’s visibility on the app store to be a certain country, to a certain State or province or even to a certain city. The good news is Apple and Google do give control over this though not at the

Installing WordPress on Google App Engine (Google Cloud Platform)

In the below tutorial, we will outline how to install WordPress on Google App Engine and get an instance up and running. There are a lot of steps in the process, which is why it is a lengthy tutorial, but at the end you will have WordPress running on Google App Engine. We recommend you

Screen Recording in iOS 11

Apple added a cool new feature to iOS 11, but they’ve hidden it by default. The feature is built-in screen recording, so you can record yourself using any app. This is very handy for bug reports and even generating video tutorials. To turn it on is you need to: 1) Go into Settings->Control Center 2)

Use of undeclared type in Swift from Objective-C

If you are running into the error of “Use of undeclared type” trying to use an Objective-C object in Swift, then the problem might be due to the bridging header between Swift and Objective-C not actually working properly. When you use the bridging header between Swift and Objective-C to import Objective-C objects into Swift the

Enterprise Distribution in iOS 9.2.x and above

In iOS 9.2 Apple updated how Enterprise distribution works.  The updated steps are below: 1) Install the Enterprise App. At this point the app cannot be run until you change a setting.  Note: You must do this step or the menu in step 2 will not appear. 2) Go into the Settings app and select

AlphaGo’s win over Lee Sedol is a landmark for Human Kind

AlphaGo’s win over Lee Sedol in Game 3 is a landmark for Human Kind. Artificial Intelligence has conquered the human mind. Even top researchers in Artificial Intelligence never predicted that this could happen a week ago. But it has happened. Computers have now beaten humans at the most complicated and creative game that man ever

Increased Granularity in Android Runtime Permissions

Google recently unveiled their new Nexus phones and have begun the launch of Android Marshmallow. In this blog I’m going to talk about what I think is the most important added feature in Android Marshmallow: Runtime Permissions. You may recall the scenario where you want to install an Android app and the Play Store asks