Showing posts with label iOS. Show all posts
Showing posts with label iOS. Show all posts

Sunday, January 1, 2017

Be a King of iOS Mobile Apps Development

Udacity free courses for iOS Apps Development

Blog for iOS Mobile Apps Development
Ray Wenderlich
Cocoa is my Girlfriend
ASHISH KAKKAD - Technology Makes A Wonderful World

Portal/Newsletter iOS Apps Development

Development tools iOS Apps Development

  • IBM Swift Sandbox - Interactive website that lets you write Swift code and execute it in a server environment

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Best Android and iOS Alarm Apps that Will Sweetly Wake Up from Your Bed like your Wife do

Wake Up in morning it's too hard for word hard people. In Morning also problem in wake-up because of other trace and late night parties and next day go-to office on right time. we always put three to four alarms for wake-up in the morning one alarm don't work for us.

In revolution of smartphone operating System too much company launches their own smart-devices and lots of  other best function smart Device. So, in some of stage company customized their own alarm apps with some of features but now we can download and install our own customized Alarm Application for wake-up in morning sweetly from your bed.

We always want wake-up sweetly in morning from Android and iOS both Smartphone Alarm Application. In the market lots of Android and iOS apps which wake-up sweetly in morning below i am searching top 5 apps for Android and iOS mobile application free download with best features of alarm.

Android - Alarm Apps
1. Alarmy (Sleep If U Can)- alarm
This is the top most popular apps for alarm people appreciated work of developer and also the best function apps for user. The Apps Alarmy is also World's Most Annoying Alarm App, featured by Cnet, Gizmodo,Huffington post etc.

Also you can get Supports for the developer or you can talk report and request to the features update

2. My Alarm Clock Free

My Alarm is the second popular apps on Play Store. In this app too much function available for use like.. Alarm Clock, Unlimited alarm support, Background alarm support, Non-stop alarm, Sleep Timer, Nightstand mode, Designer clocks, Beautiful clock widgets, Weather information.

3. AlarmMon (Must-have alarm app)

This is i loved apps which helps me lot for game alarm, call alarm, video alarm and much more alarm for special like me lazy man always depends on technology. Alarm always reminds you to do something in this time with sweet alarm ring and sounds which we like to wake-up. Also they covered features like Wake-up call from your bf, gf?

4.  SleepBot - Sleep Cycle Alarm

This is the best function apps for all of fitness buddies who love to take care of their work and personal life with healthy and fit. This apps covered features like Smart Cycle Alarm, Movement Tracker, Sound Recorder, Sleep Debt Log, Data Analysis, Trend Graphs, Sleep Help, Auto-Wifi/Silence/Airplane modes, Export, Sync to 

iOS - Alarm Apps

1.  My Alarm Clock

This is the best apps for iOS also they provide mac and itunes you can sync your data from your mobile to your mac and run anytime alarm in your both device which nearby you. The My Alarm Clock available in 12 languages for different country and different people who want wake-up early in the morning. 

This all from we always search for you and write for you. if you know some of the other best Alarm apps which you most like and this must be here then comment below we appreciate your response if this is the best apps :) have a great Day

Friday, June 12, 2015

Android M vs iOS 9

iOS vs Android M All Features Release

With Google and Apple already having released the developer previews of their upcoming software products, it is, naturally, time to put them against each other and compare them, just like we will do once the final releases are out. Google's I/O 2015 gave us a pretty extensive sneak peek at the features that Android M will introduce later this year; meanwhile, Cupertino showed us some of the additions that will arrive with iOS 9.

To be completely honest, both Android M and iOS 9 are certainly not oriented at visually overhauling the platforms; on the contrary, both are centered around under-the-hood improvements that aim to enhance the user experience on a more basic, fundamental level by focusing on things like performance, battery management, and general feature polishment.

Still, being as curious as we are, we decided to devise a quick visual comparison between the two soon-to-be-polished rivals. All set? Okay, let's go!

Lockscreen, homescreen, notifications

Just as we said, there are very few changes in the UI section. First things first, we should mention that iOS 9 has scored a new system-wide font, San Francisco, which will replace Helvetica Neue, while Android M is still relying on the good ol' Roboto. This is one of the more striking differences, but it mostly concerns longtime iOS users who will probably be in for a surprise later this year. 

 Both the lockscreens and the homescreens of iOS 9 and are very much like you'd expect them, with a few small, but not so minor changes. For example, unlike Android Lollipop, Android M Developer Preview doesn't come with a dialer shortcut on the lockscreen; instead, we get a shortcut to Voice Search. iOS 9 will also score a more "proactive" Siri that will put a shortcut on your iOS lockscreen.

Swiping down from the top on both platforms shows us a familiar view - the ever-so streamlined iOS philosophy and the relatively new notification shade, which debuted with Lollipop. The iOS 9 has scored little to no changes in its notification dropdown menu, while Android M comes with a new toggle - a dedicated one for the Do not disturb mode.

Search - Siri vs Google Now 

"Search" was one of the keywords during both Google's and Apple's events, as the upcoming features of Google Now and Siri got demoed extensively on stage. Most of them are not out yet, because we're dealing with early developer previews here, but from the looks of it, fans of Google Now and Siri will have a lot of reasons to rejoice later this year.

Among the notable new changes in both platforms that are now live are the new search page in iOS, which makes a comeback and is accessible by swiping right on your default homescreen. It gives you access to a search bar, Siri, your recent contacts (which have are no longer located in the task switcher), and a handful of recently-used apps. 

In Android M's camp, we currently have an improved search functionality. Tapping on the search widget straight on your homescreen now also provides you with four recently-used apps, just like in the iOS 9 beta preview. Apart from this new feature, there aren't other additions to Android's search functionality. We should also mention that Google Now On Tap is not yet available in the beta release, but once it arrives, it will most certainly greatly improve the user experience of those users that swear by Google Now.

Task switchers

With Android Lollipop, Google introduced a much more visually-appealing, carousel-styled recent apps switcher that overhauled the previous one. Well, it's now time for iOS to receive some love in this department. Unfortunately, iPhones won't get the split-screen mutli-tasking feature at this point (it's iPad-exclusive as of now), but at least the iOS switcher has been revamped.

In iOS 9, we get a revamped task switcher that ditches the favorite contacts displayed on top(seriously, does anyone use these?) and employs a bit more blur than before. The new app switcher now displays the app cards in an overlapping fashion; scrolling around also seems a bit faster, but this might be your usual "placebo" effect.


There's a lot happening in the settings menu of Android M - the upcoming Android release will score a dark UI theme, customizable tiles, improved RAM usage screen, as well as an ever-so slightly revamped menu hierarchy. In the meantime, Apple will also improve the arsenal of iOS. Apart from a handy search feature in the Settings app, iOS 9 will come with a revamped menu hierarchy - among the new features that got introduced are a dedicated battery menu (which is also home to the newly-introduced Low-power mode for iOS), better notification control, and many, many others, which are detailed in our official preview of iOS 9.

Permissions are yet another aspect in which both platforms are getting more alike. iOS has required users to grant certain app permission immediately they're used for the first time, but Android's solution has just recently gone down this road. It's also scored a similar app permissions screen that allows you to explore what apps have access to what components of your device.


Whereas the stock Android camera app has not been updated recently, it looks like iOS 9 will bring some visual changes to the standard iOS one. They are pretty minor, mind you, but we still tend to like them due to their improvement of the user experience. Now, when you disable certain features, like flash or HDR, the iOS camera will strike them through for you, hinting you that they're disabled; turning on auto mode will make them go white, whereas forcing them to remain always on will paint them yellow, providing you with a easy way to tell what's going on. Alas, certain features like the fps selector in slow-motion mode has been nixed, but here's to hoping that they'll get re-introduced with the final release of iOS 9.

Thursday, April 9, 2015

Here’s how to use those new, diverse emoji in iOS 8.3 and OS X 10.10.3

New emoji are finally here! Now you can select the skin tone of your choice from the updated emoji picker in iOS 8.3 and OS X 10.10.
Here’s how to do it: first, make sure you’ve updated your phone. Then, bring up the new emoji keyboard by tapping the globe.
From there, it’s as simple as tapping and holding on the emoji you want — not all of them work, just the ones with human elements in them — and dragging your finger across the screen to select the tone you want.

Just a warning: if you change the skin tone of an emoji and send it to a friend that’s not on iOS 8.3 or OS X 10.10, it’ll show up as an alien.
How about on your Mac? Easy. Just bring up the emoji keyboard with ⌘ + CTRL + Space, then tap and hold on the emoji you want to bring up the selector.

That’s it! Now you’re an emoji pro.

Homescreen for iOS update lets you check out other people’s apps

Homescreen for iOS, the app that lets you share what apps you’ve got installed with friends, has today received a big update that makes it easier to discover new apps and icon layouts.
The update introduces a new mode where you can endlessly scroll through other people’s home screens to find out what apps they’re using. It’s a fun way to discover new apps that doesn’t involve trawling through the Apple App Store.
Previously, the only way to view other people’s shared home screens was via the web interface.
You can share other people’s home screens to Twitter (which seems a little creepy) and quickly install each app on their homescreen just by tapping on the listing below the screenshot.

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

WhatsApp for Android now allows all users to make voice calls, iOS coming soon

 If you’ve been wondering when, oh when, someone will ring you via WhatsApp so you’ll get its new voice calling feature, you won’t have to sit by the phone any longer.
Updating to WhatsApp version 2.12.5 via Google Play does the trick. Once you’ve got the latest version, you’ll see a revamped interface with three tabs for calls, contacts and chats.

WhatsApp for Android now allows all users to make voice calls, iOS coming soonWhatsApp for Android now allows all users to make voice calls, iOS coming soon

Alternatively, you could download the APK installer from WhatsApp’s site and install it yourself. The version on the site reportedly brings voice calling too.
To place a call, tap the Calls tab and then the new call button at the top of your screen. Then, select a contact to ring them over WhatsApp.
The feature is slated to arrive on iOS in the coming weeks, said WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton at Facebook’s recent F8 conference.

Friday, March 27, 2015

React Native allows you to build native iOS apps with Javascript, now open to all

Facebook announced today that its React Native library is now available on Github. The library allows you to build native iOS and Android applications with JavaScript and Facebook’s React library.
React Native compiles apps written in Javascript into native views, providing the platform-specific look and feel on iOS and Android devices that users are accustomed to. This isn’t a web wrapper like you might be accustomed to; it’s real, native code that’s as performant as a fully native app.
Facebook already uses React Native to build some of its main apps: Facebook Groups, for example, uses React Native to render many of its views from React’s Javascript into native code.
The company says that React and React Native allows you to learn a single language and write code for any platform easily and efficiently.
When it announced the library initially, many developers were excited about the ability to write code in React Native and see the results in a few seconds, without re-compiling their entire app.
React Native is available from today, for free on Facebook’s Github page. Android support is not included in this release but is expected to be forthcoming.

Friday, February 27, 2015

Google Maps for iOS update brings calendaring and event information upgrades

Google Maps has today started rolling out an update to the app on iOS that bumps it to version 4.3.0. Most notably, it allows you to add public transport directions to your calendar.
Alongside general bug fixes, the improvements include being able to see businesses nearby if you are searching for an address and getting quick facts on popular points of interest. The app also surfaces information on upcoming events and performances from certain venues.
This update comes not long after Google Maps released the Local Guides feature and the new version will allow you to earn your Local Guides badge by sharing reviews.

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

“Apple iWatch” Launching With 1.7″ and 1.3″ Variants in October 2014

All you Apple lovers must read out the coming information as many rumors are coming for Apple iwatch. Apple is working on its final launching plans to release its new product Apple iWatch in the span of the coming months . The iWatch will be available to its users with two variants 1.7 inches and 1.3 inch screen . The smart watch will be available for both the genders ie. for Men and Women . The iWatch having smaller screen size  will be available for women with vibrant colors and combinations

  The wearable Apple iWatch will  be launched  with a  OLED display . The OLED display, which will have 320 x 320 pixels resolution will provide a great vision to its users . It is heard from source that  iWatch will have a  flexible display to compete with its other big brand smart watches like Motorola, Samsung, LG etc. Samsung the brand in technology is also working on flexible display smart watch and it will also launch in the couple of months.

The Apple iWatch likely to be released at the end of September or in the beginning of the October 2014. In spite of the Apple, In the technology market Samsung Galaxy Gear, Motorola Moto 360, SonySmart Watches will also be seen till the end of this year. Apple Inc. Hired a Nike Key Designer to include a sporty look at its iWatch . The images for Apple iWatch looks a bit very interesting at the moment on the web portal. As per the images Apple iWatch seems so elegant and sporty whether it goes on men or if we talk about women.So Apple iWatch will be so impressive and smart in looks. Users have to wait a bit for the Apple iWatch to be launched in the Indian Markets. Price and other specification are not yet properly disclosed.