New “Designing Great Apps” Hub for iOS Developers: Apple

March 6, 2014
Left Inverted Comma Apple to make it for its developers to find the resources, the company has added a new “Designing Great Apps” hub to developers’ site. It will be helpful for developers to find-out the resources that they want while designing iOS applications. Right Inverted Comma

New Designing Great Apps
An American multinational corporation ‘Apple’ has added a new and highly advanced “Designing Great Apps” hub to its developers’ website as it will be helpful for developers to find-out the resources that they want while designing iOS applications.

The company is trying to make it easier so that developers will not face any problem while finding the resources that help them in designing iOS apps. The company has added this new hub to its developer website that comes with both videos and documentation on iOS user interface design, transitioning to iOS 7 and more.

“Exceptional user experience is a hallmark of Apple, and a distinguishing feature of apps built for iOS and OS X. Review the resources below to learn how to build the polished, engaging, and intuitive apps that Apple customers have come to expect.”

It is such content that is a collection of existing material that Apple pulled together specially for its developers. We all know that the documentation is also obtainable that should be read without any restriction. However, when it comes to videos, they are pulled from previous WWDC developer sessions and iOS 7 Tech Talks, needs a developer account to watch.

As we all know that quality applications are the hallmark of the iOS app store that have more than one million iPhone apps and over 500000 native iPad applications as of January 2014. Moreover, the iOS owners are lively in the App store as they spending over $1 billion and downloading almost three billion apps in December 2013 alone. Gradually, the company is also adding more and more applications in its app store so that iOS users find their desire apps and get user-friendly experience.

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