Federico and John interview James Thomson about the origins of PCalc and DragThing, life as an indie developer, selling apps on the App Store and Mac App Store, and more.
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Federico and John discuss the features that their ideal iOS and Mac email clients would have and what they are using now.
Federico and John discuss app pre-orders, a new feature introduced by Apple that has interesting implications for developers and their customers.
Federico and John interview Christian Selig, the creator of the popular iOS Reddit client Apollo about the development and design of the app, incorporating Redditors’ feedback, the complexities inherent in building a Reddit app, and working in Swift.
Federico and John pick two apps they’ve been experimenting with recently and discuss how it’s going so far. In this installment of Pick 2, John covers macOS image editor Pixelmator Pro, which was released last week, and Federico explains how he’s integrated Things 3 for iOS into recent projects.
Federico and John talk about the Apple Watch apps they use and how their use of the Watch has changed as the product has evolved.
Federico and John consider why some apps sit unused in ‘folders of good intentions’ on their iOS and macOS devices.
Federico and John look at apps that have been designed for the iPhone X and consider what makes certain apps ‘sticky.’
Federico and John explain the apps and workflows they use to cover Apple earnings calls and then cover updates to Newsify on iOS and Twitterrific for macOS.
Federico and John dig into their favorite geeky macOS apps that they use for work and play.