Posts Tagged “developer”

  • DevMate and Paddle are merging, and it's great news for devs

    MacPaw has announced that DevMate, their set of application developer tools, is merging with Paddle. This is exciting news, and a potential boon for any Mac developer.…

  • Developers, join MacPaw's 2017 Mac Market Survey

    Hey devs, you might remember the survey conducted by MacPaw last year to ascertain what marketplace (MAS, direct, third-party platforms) developers were choosing and why. It's time to update the stats for 2017. The results were enlightening to a lot of us last time around, so I'm excited to see if things have shifted. Join in and take the survey, and share the link around!…

  • The DevMate Mac Dev Survey results

    DevMate recently asked 679 Mac developers about their experiences selling inside and outside Apple's App Store. The results of the survey are enlightening, and of special interest to anyone currently deciding where and how to offer their app for sale.…

  • MacPaw announces DevMate distribution platform for Mac devs

    MacPaw (makers of CleanMyMac 3, Encrypto, Listen for iOS, and more) has been developing a platform for Mac OS app development and distribution for a while. It started as an internal project for use with CleanMyMac, but is available today as DevMate, a tool for all Mac developers and vendors.…

  • Dropzone 3 [sponsor]

    I'm honored to have Dropzone 3 from Aptonic as this week's sponsor. It's like Christmas! Dropzone is one of the first utilities installed on every one of my Macs, and the version 3 update is full of great stuff.…

  • Web Excursions for August 23, 2014
  • Systematic 61 with Craig Scott

    This week I had the pleasure of hosting Craig Scott, the indie developer behind iThoughts, iThoughtsHD, iThoughtsX, makeSlides and makeDoc. We dove into development talk, chatted about the App Store and conversed about our favorite software in the Top 3 Picks.…

  • An iOS development saga: TimeToCall

    If you've ever thought of developing an iPhone or iPad app --- or any app, really --- Hilton Lipschitz has chronicled the journey of his new release, TimeToCall. It's a great way to see the scope of an independent development project and the amount of work that goes into a carefully-considered application.…