Filing Radars for SDK bugs, the usefulness and importance of Open Radar, dynamically overlaying your app”s details directly on the icon, Caleb”s new app Cute Fruit and marketing your app through video, word of mouth and advertising. Plus an interview with Russell Ivanovic (@rustyshelf) of Shifty Jelly.
Simcity continues having problems, Google Reader gets tossed out in Google’s latest spring cleaning, Veronica Mars kickstarter campaign launches, and succeeds within 10 hours, Microsoft gets slapped with a huge fine for accidentally not offering users a choice of browser in Europe, and Apple joins Amazon in applying for patents to resell digital content.
Two original cast members join the new Star Wars film, Quickflix announces its intentions for streaming content negotiations, a new Simcity is released, the Australian government’s inquiry into IT pricing, and the latest Iron Man 3 trailer.
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.
Published 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.
Published 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.
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.
Published 14 February 2013 • 56 minutes, 25 seconds
Joined by Micheal Tieso from Art of Backpacking, and Cailin O’Neil from Travel Yourself we discuss solo female travel (and we #wegosolo hashtag), why a Canadian flight got grounded, and also the planned extensions of the Grand Canyon biking trail.
Published 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.