Posts tagged with "ios"

Oct 9
Navady…if only I wasn’t already getting an xbox one for christmas this year…

Navady…if only I wasn’t already getting an xbox one for christmas this year…

Yet another iTunes genius fail.

Yet another iTunes genius fail.


Who knows if it it’ll be any good, but it looks cool.

I’m certainly interested…

Jun 6

iOS 8 looks better and better.

After watching more of the videos coming out of WWDC, I am excited about what apple is delivering. But I am even more excited about what developers like bryan, carpeaqua, and the ecosystem at large are going to do. So much cool stuff is now possible that wasn’t before.

Joining the Tumblr iOS Team



I’m happy to announce that in roughly two weeks, I’ll be joining bryan, mb, and devindoty in building Tumblr for iOS.



Spell check humor

Spell check humor

Oct 1

Link Sean Woodhouse: Lifting the lid on the iOS 7 UIPicker - Itty Bitty Labs

This is one of my biggest peeves with iOS 7, but not one that has bugged me to the point of remembering to bitch about it. Practically the only place I use a Picker on a regular basis is in Calendar, but holy hell is it ever annoying to fight with in that context.

Sean’s probably right, in that it won’t be changing anytime soon, but I do hope a point release at some point will at least change the hitboxes for the scrolling tumblers.

Stephen Hackett: The Past 100 Days

This is just fucking creepy. Cool, but creepy.

Not that it should overshadow the point Stephen makes, which is that Apple’s development groups aren’t the only ones who has been busting their asses to make iOS 7 a substantial platform change. Almost every significant application from every significant player (and even a plethora of insignificant ones) have already jumped into the new design language with both feet and had apps available on day one that seamlessly (in some cases shamelessly) integrated into the new experience.

Link Death to textures: iOS 6 and iOS 7 compared in pictures | Ars Technica

A great visual breakdown of some of the changes.

For example, you no longer have to burrow into infinitely nested Settings screens to adjust your control panels. Now you can just speak what you want, using Siri: “Open Wi-Fi settings,” for example, or “Open brightness settings.

Pogue on iOS 7 (via daringfireball

Damn, how did I miss that in all the beta testing?!