The App Store has been getting an influx of scam subscriptions. These apps that intentionally trick users into paying for subscriptions.
The giveaway includes in-app purchases, too, and someone are already showing up free, a day early.
With a new software version comes new App Store guidelines, and there are new rules that Apple didn’t publicly announced.
Developers create these links by using the rebranded App Store Connect (formerly iTunes Connect Platform).
It’s part of a Retail AR platform that Mr. Hart is building for his company Dent Reality.
Andrew talked to developer and author Erica Sadun, James Thomson of TLA Systems, and Paul Kafasis of Rogue Amoeba Software.
The apps and games included are Concepts, Grokker, TypeShift, War Dragons, and codeSpark Academy.
France seeks fines of 2 million euros (US$2,471,280).
They aren’t just about the apps, they’re about the women behind them.
If the App Store keeps growing like this, by 2019 the total iOS economy will be worth US$500 billion dollars.
Because Apple sandboxes apps from one another, it’s not even possible to scan for viruses. Apps can’t directly interact with one another or the operating system.
Even existing apps that have thus far been exempt from the 64-bit requirement will be forcibly killed off when iOS 11 launches this fall.
Today Apple shared some free design resources for iOS developers with an update to its iOS Human Interface Guidelines (via 9to5Mac). The resources include UI and template materials to make it easier to design iOS apps. Apple says the design resources are “comprehensive and accurately depict the full range of UIKit controls, views and glyphs available to developers using the iOS SDK.” The files are available in Sketch and Photoshop formats. This is a change from the Sketch-only files in the past. Interestingly, both light and dark UI elements are given. It adds a small amount of fuel to the fire for a rumored Dark Mode.