Apps aimed at children are big business on the App Store. Trust me, I've purchased a couple already and my daughter is only 3 months old. But, it seems like there are some practices that are irking parents, so Rian van der Merwe put together four tips for developers who focus on apps aimed at kids. It's a short article, and I don't want to give it all away by quoting it extensively here, so I recommend checking out the article on Smashing Magazine's website.
That being said, I ... more
Despite our name, there are plenty of other things that we keep an eye on around here. webOS was one of those technologies that we wanted to see succeed but sadly its days were pretty numbered. That doesn't mean there isn't a great deal of stuff Apple could learn from webOS, and perhaps even implement in future versions of iOS.
Lukas Mathis, a software engineer and usability author, has penned an excellent article titled Please Steal These webOS Features.
Lukas Mathis on webOS:
[quote]So when I bought a TouchPad after HP ... more
Like most on-the-go technology enthusiasts, I have multiple ways to connect to the web. I have my iPhone, my 4G USB card, and whoever’s free internet access I happen to be mooching off of at any particular moment. However, living in an urban environment, all three of these connections can get
I’ve had a long relationship with Realmac Software, and their applications. The first time I came across one of their products with Little Snapper, which I’m pretty sure showed up in my email because of a MacHeist bundle I had purchased early on in my Mac life. Since then, I’ve