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Apple iPhone developer boasts: $1,400 in revenue from iAds in one day

July 8th, 2010

iPhone developer Jason Ting has a hot app. He is the first to market with an application that will activate the iPhone 4’s built in LED camera flash, turning your smartphone into a flashlight. Now, while the flashlight application itself isn’t all that exciting (although it was downloaded over 9,000 times in one day) this …

Apple adjusts section 3.2.2 of developer agreement again

June 14th, 2010

You may not be an Apple developer, but that doesn’t mean you aren’t familiar with section 3.2.2 of their developer agreement. The controversial section is the sharp end of the legal stick that prevents third-party “interpreted code” from being used in applications that will be sold in the App Store. Apple has again tweaked section …

iOS 4 gold master release candidate is up on Apple developer site

June 7th, 2010

If you have an iPhone, an iPhone developer account, and a hankering for new code, it would behoove you to mosey on over to, as Apple has just released iOS 4 “Gold Master” candidate to developers. GM candidates are as close to production code as you can get, and, baring any gross oversights or bugs, …

New and updated BlackBerry development tools released by RIM

April 7th, 2010

Yesterday, RIM released an update to its Java and web-based development tools for the BlackBerry platform, a move which RIM says will: “provide new capabilities that make it even easier to create feature-rich applications.” The new and updated SDKs include: BlackBerry Java Plug-In for Eclipse v1.1, BlackBerry Web Plug-in v2.0, BlackBerry Widget SDK v1.0, and …

Apple iPad OS 3.2 GM available

March 29th, 2010

Apple just updated the Developer Center with the iPad’s GM build of 7B367 (the shipping OS) as well as the new corresponding SDK. We can taste Saturday already… Have fun. UPDATE: The file is live on Apple’s servers but hasn’t been updated in the Developer Center just yet. It’s 456.8MB.

Apple now accepting iPad application submissions to App Store

March 19th, 2010

Apple just sent out a blast email to all those enrolled in the iPhone/iPad developer program, and although you can’t have yourself an iPad just yet… you are allowed submit your iPad code to the App Store. The news comes as no surprise, as we’re sure the Cupertino fruit company would love to have a …

Android 2.1 SDK released to developers

January 12th, 2010

The Nexus One burst onto the scene rocking Android 2.1 and now developers can finally get their hands on the SDK for this latest Android release. The SDK offers minor improvements from Android 2.0 and includes new APIs to develop animated wallpapers, a new SignalStrength class which contains phone signal strength data and new methods …