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Readers’ App Reviews – April 2012

This is a post by Reader’s Apps Reviewer Ryan Poolos, an iOS Developer and founder of Frozen Fire Studios. Checkout his latest game, Cyborg Livestock. Checkout his latest website, iHelp. You guys must have liked the first Reader’s App Reviews because I’m back for April! The response was overwhelming, we had over 35 apps submitted […]

Ryan Poolos

How to Market and Promote your Games and Apps, Part 4/4

This is a post by iOS Tutorial Team Member Felipe Laso, an iOS developer working at Lextech Global Services. Welcome back to the final part of our epic series on Marketing and Promotion of Games and Apps! We’re very happy with the response we’ve gotten and feel glad you’ve enjoyed the series. As we mentioned […]

Felipe Laso-Marsetti

How to Market and Promote your Games and Apps, Part 3/4

This is a post by iOS Tutorial Team Member Felipe Laso, an iOS developer working at Lextech Global Services. Welcome back to our epic 4-part series on marketing your iOS apps! In the first part of the series, we gave some ideas of things you can do during the pre-development and development phases to make […]

Felipe Laso-Marsetti

How to Market and Promote your Games and Apps, Part 2/4

This is a post by iOS Tutorial Team Member Felipe Laso, an iOS developer working at Lextech Global Services. Welcome to Part 2 of the iOS App Marketing series! In the first part of the series, we gave some ideas of things you can do during the pre-development and development phases to make sure you’re […]

Felipe Laso-Marsetti

How to Market and Promote your Games and Apps, Part 1/4

This is a post by iOS Tutorial Team Member Felipe Laso, an iOS developer working at Lextech Global Services. A while back, you guys said you wanted an article on “What to Do When Your App is Finished: Marketing and More.” And you’ve asked about it ever since! ;] Well, the good news is that […]

Felipe Laso-Marsetti

Thermometer App Starter Kit Now Available!

The iOS Tutorial Team is pleased to announce that we have a new starter kit available for purchase – a thermometer app starter kit! This starter kit includes a fully functional thermometer app that you can use as a starter for your own project, along with a 100-page step-by-step tutorial showing you how you can […]

Ray Wenderlich

iOS For High School Students: Text Adventure Game

This is the next tutorial in the beginning programming for iOS series – for high school students, by high school students! This tutorial will walk you through creating an app from the very beginning. The tutorials are cumulative, so principles will build upon the first iOS For High School Students tutorial. As in the first […]

Connor Osborn

MapKit Tutorial Updated for iOS 5

This is just a quick note to let you guys know that our Introduction to MapKit on iOS Tutorial has been fully updated for iOS 5! This update was made by one of our newest iOS Tutorial Team members, Malek Trabelsi. He added support for the latest iOS 5 APIs such as Storyboards and ARC, […]

Ray Wenderlich

My App Crashed, Now What? – Part 2

This is a post by iOS Tutorial Team member Matthijs Hollemans, an experienced iOS developer and designer. You can find him on Google+ and Twitter. Welcome back to the debugging tutorial! The first part of the tutorial introduced SIGABRT and EXC_BAD_ACCESS errors, and illustrated some strategies for resolving them using the Xcode debugger and Exception […]

Matthijs Hollemans

My App Crashed, Now What? – Part 1

This is a post by iOS Tutorial Team member Matthijs Hollemans, an experienced iOS developer and designer. You can find him on Google+ and Twitter. It happens to the best of us: you’re working happily on your app and all is well, and then suddenly – POOF! – it crashes. Aaargh!! (Cue sad violin.) The […]

Matthijs Hollemans

Readers’ App Reviews – March 2012

Note from Ray: I frequently get emails from readers who have learned from tutorials on the site and have released their own apps on the App Store. I thought it would be cool if we highlighted a few of these on the site! This way readers can get more exposure for their apps, and everyone […]

Ryan Poolos

How To Use UIScrollView to Scroll and Zoom Content

Update 9/23/14 This post has now been updated for iOS 8 and Swift. Check out the new version! UIScrollViews are one of the most useful controls in iOS. They are a great way to present content larger than a single screen, and there’s a lot of tips and tricks about using them you should know! […]

Matt Galloway

iOS 5 By Tutorials Complete!

This is just a quick note that we’ve finally finished the tech reviews for iOS 5 by Tutorials, and the final version is now available! You can find the download link for the updated version in the private iOS 5 By Tutorials Official Forum. If you have not yet registered to get access to the […]

Ray Wenderlich

Getting Started with Android Development – Part 2

This is a blog post by iOS Tutorial Team member Ali Hafizji, an iOS and Android developer living in India. This tutorial is a continuation of Getting Started with Android Development, this site’s first foray into developing for a non-Apple platform! Check it out if you haven’t already. If you were following along last time, […]

Ray Wenderlich
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