Latest Episodes

Mobile Couch 3: It’s Like iCloud, but It Works

5 March 2013 • 51 minutes, 36 seconds

Developing with multiple versions of your app on your test devices, advertising your app and tracking the success of advertising (without having your app rejected), and setting up a server backend to add server functionality to your app, including persisting your Core Data storage in the cloud, sharing data via a simple API, and adding the ability to remotely update your app”s settings on user”s devices.

Jelly and Bean 14: We… Are Individuals

2 March 2013 • 55 minutes, 28 seconds

System Shock 2 becomes available on GOG.com and a new copyright association (made from the unholy combination of the MPAA, the RIAA and several american ISPs) begins a six strikes solution for piracy.

Jelly and Bean 13: A Marvel of Game Engineering

23 February 2013 • 54 minutes, 37 seconds

Disney announces solo Star Wars films for young Han Solo and Boba Fett, Google Glass and the future of wearable computing, Google’s plans to open retail stores, and the details from the announcement of the Playstation 4, including their plans for implementing streaming technology and new (and sometimes creepy) social additions.

Mobile Couch 2: I Love Storyboards

19 February 2013 • 51 minutes, 56 seconds

Follow-up on Hola! Unblocker, automating build numbers and Nimbus (with a short discussion about CocoaPods and whether it’s good or not), the pros and cons of using Storyboards in your app from prototyping to full-blown app, and how to approach version targeting with your app.

Jelly and Bean 12: A Life Span of Fifteen Minutes

16 February 2013 • 1 hour, 9 minutes

Blackberry losing businesses, the Surface Pro selling out and whether it’s a legitimate claim, Facebook hacks their own system to improve security, speculation on whether Apple is going to produce an iWatch, and rumours about the next-gen Playstation and Xbox consoles.

Jelly and Bean 11: Running Off the Cuff

9 February 2013 • 57 minutes, 46 seconds

A Star Wars movie featuring Yoda, the possibility of Portal and Half Life movies from Bad Robot (J.J. Abrams), the Superbowl ads, GoDaddy’s awful advertising, Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, the dramatic retelling of the origin of Doctor Who (the show, not the character) and the controversy surrounding CNET having it’s product reviews interfered with by it’s parent company, CBS.

Mobile Couch 1: Hang on, Were You Recording?

5 February 2013 • 1 hour, 12 minutes

Superbowl 101, Superbowl ads, the Apple TV, and content distribution. In more on-topic conversation, Jelly gets suggestions on how to deal with a new project, and Jake, Jelly and Caleb discuss useful third-party libraries, issue tracking and distributing test builds.

Jelly and Bean 10: Lucas Got His Pride All Scratched Up

2 February 2013 • 1 hour, 15 minutes

The latest news surrounding Star Wars: it’s director, the possibility of it being delayed, cast speculation and the cancellation of the 3D prequel re-releases. Blackberry’s new OS (Blackberry 10) and the new phones that will feature it, the new Global Creative Director of Blackberry, the Surface Pro’s lack of disk space, the announced 128Gb 4th generation iPad, and the new service from Twitter: Vine.

Wez Wanders 3: Give Me the Free Wi-Fis

31 January 2013 • 49 minutes, 44 seconds

This episode contains the Lonely Planet Top 10 Countries and Cities for 2013, an overflowing crocodile farm, and Shangi-La’s free wifi scheme, and why other chains should adopt it.