• psql:

keezyapp:

We’re looking for an iOS engineer who loves music and wants to help make keezy in Brooklyn, New York.
Talent > experience. 
If you are that person, or know somebody, please say hello! keezy@elepath.com

We’re working on melting some faces with keezy, and we need some help.

    psql:

    keezyapp:

    We’re looking for an iOS engineer who loves music and wants to help make keezy in Brooklyn, New York.

    Talent > experience. 

    If you are that person, or know somebody, please say hello! keezy@elepath.com

    We’re working on melting some faces with keezy, and we need some help.

  • Unread Version 1.2 Launches April 21st

    jaredsinclair:

    The next update of Unread for iPhone is going to be a huge one. Tons of new features and fixes. Check back here on Monday April 21st for a complete list of what’s new.

  • thisistheverge:

Explore the impossible architecture of ‘Monument Valley’
  • thisistheverge:

Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference starts on June 2nd
  • thisistheverge:

Fantastical 2 for iPad rethinks the tablet calendar
The first thing you’ll notice about Fantastical 2 for iPad is that it refuses to abide by conventional notions of how a calendar should look.

    thisistheverge:

    Fantastical 2 for iPad rethinks the tablet calendar
    The first thing you’ll notice about Fantastical 2 for iPad is that it refuses to abide by conventional notions of how a calendar should look.

  • Feature Idea for UIKit: UIDeviceCharacteristics

    jaredsinclair:

    Though I will probably always regard it as reeking of code smell, I have to admit that there are times when one has to write device-specific logic based on the current device’s hardware identifier. I’m referring to the identifier obtained using sysctl(). For example, the iPhone 4S has the…

  • shortformblog:

So Office is finally available on the iPad. So, is it worthy of your time? Would you use it?

    shortformblog:

    So Office is finally available on the iPad. So, is it worthy of your time? Would you use it?

  • Rdio iOS SDK

    jaredsinclair:

    From the Holy Moly department: Rdio, my favorite music streaming service, has an iOS SDK. It looks fantastic. The Rdio.framework is pretty much a plug-and-play solution. It handles all the low-level audio and network streaming stuff, and has convenient wrappers for RESTful API calls. In short,…

  • Apple's Forthcoming "Healthbook" Software

    parislemon:

    An insanely detailed leak of Apple’s forthcoming Healthbook software (likely a part of iOS 8) by Mark Gurman:

    Each category of functionality is a card in the Healthbook. Cards are distinguished by a color, and the tabs can be arranged to fit user preferences. As can be seen in the above images, Healthbook has sections that can track data pertaining to bloodwork, heart rate, hydration, blood pressure, physical activity, nutrition, blood sugar, sleep, respiratory rate, oxygen saturation, and weight.

    The big question, as Gurman notes at the end, is which devices will supply the data to Healthbook? Certainly, the iPhone itself is one (especially the models with an M7 chip). And it sure sounds like some sort of forthcoming “iWatch" would be another. But given the scope of Healthbook, it also seems likely to me that Apple will allow third-party devices to work with the software. This being Apple, you can be sure such a list will be curated, at least at first.

    To that end, just remember that Tim Cook remains on Nike’s Board of Directors…

  • fiftythreenyc:

THE PAPER iOS 7 UPDATE IS HERE
Brighter, Fresher, Clearer, Simpler. 
Paper is now built for iOS 7. It’s the same Paper creators around the world know and love with a fresh new look to improve readability to keep you in your creative flow. You’ll find faster menus, simplified icons, lighter colors, journal covers that pop, custom typefaces, and overall improved readability. It combines the emotional power of metaphor and the functional clarity of clean design. In other words, we’ve polished every pixel.
More Powerful Zoom & Ink.
Zoom isn’t just about getting closer, it’s about having the tools to do detailed work. Now when you zoom in, your tools do too. Draw, Color, Erase, and Blend adjust their size in the loupe to give you finer control over tiny areas without ever touching a slider.
Dot Dot Dot. 
Master the dot. Dot size in the Draw and Erase tools is now linked to how long you press. Tap quickly to make small dots, or hold down longer to create bigger ones. Starry skies and spotted cows are now easier to draw than ever. 
Paper 1.6.1 is available now in the App Store.

    fiftythreenyc:

    THE PAPER iOS 7 UPDATE IS HERE

    Brighter, Fresher, Clearer, Simpler. 

    Paper is now built for iOS 7. It’s the same Paper creators around the world know and love with a fresh new look to improve readability to keep you in your creative flow. You’ll find faster menus, simplified icons, lighter colors, journal covers that pop, custom typefaces, and overall improved readability. It combines the emotional power of metaphor and the functional clarity of clean design. In other words, we’ve polished every pixel.

    More Powerful Zoom & Ink.

    Zoom isn’t just about getting closer, it’s about having the tools to do detailed work. Now when you zoom in, your tools do too. Draw, Color, Erase, and Blend adjust their size in the loupe to give you finer control over tiny areas without ever touching a slider.

    Dot Dot Dot. 

    Master the dot. Dot size in the Draw and Erase tools is now linked to how long you press. Tap quickly to make small dots, or hold down longer to create bigger ones. Starry skies and spotted cows are now easier to draw than ever.

    Paper 1.6.1 is available now in the App Store.