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IBM Powers MobileFirst for iOS Apps with Watson to Boost Decision Making for Professionals

IBM today announced it will empower professionals with the first-of-its-kind ability to combine enterprise mobile apps with IBM Watson for superior decision making. IBM MobileFirst for iOS apps can now be integrated with a broad set of conversational and cognitive capabilities to help increase the productivity and improve the experience of enterprise employees.

IBM MobileFirst for iOS apps as well as custom-built iOS apps from IBM can now embed variety of Watson APIs to fit a client’s unique use case. With Watson-enabled speech interaction, for example, professionals can now control IBM MobileFirst for iOS apps with their voice, providing easy access to deeper insights that help improve the performance of their work.

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Create Augmented Reality Content with your iPhone

Fyusion, a leading developer of new computer vision and machine learning technologies, today announced the world’s first platform that allows mobile phones to create augmented reality content.

Fyusion’s platform allows mobile users to record their surroundings, and convert these into interactive 3D holographic images. Rather than requiring expensive or additional hardware, people can capture a light field-based image using a regular smartphone, which can then be viewed using an augmented reality headset within seconds. To see a video of the technology in action, visit

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MoltenVK brings Vulkan to iOS and macOS

The Brenwill Workshop Ltd. announced that they will launch MoltenVK, an implementation of the Vulkan graphics API that runs on iOS and macOS, on Wednesday, July 27th, 2016, during the SIGGRAPH conference in Anaheim, California. The Brenwill Workshop will also discuss and demonstrate MoltenVK at the Khronos Vulkan Birds of a Feather session at SIGGRAPH.

MoltenVK is an implementation of the Vulkan graphics API that runs on Apple’s Metal graphics framework on iOS and macOS. In doing so, it extends the cross-platform availability of Vulkan to the iOS and macOS platforms. With MoltenVK, game developers get the performance benefits and added debugging and performance tuning capabilities of the Metal framework on iOS and macOS, while maintaining compliance with Vulkan, the next-generation, open, cross-platform, industry-standard graphics API.

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iOS Devs can now use CardFlight EMV Chip Card Payments in their applications

CardFlight’s offering includes software developer kits for iOS and Android that allow mobile app developers to quickly integrate card present payment acceptance for real world use cases into their own native apps.  Additionally, CardFlight provides point-to-point encryption, tokenization and a PCI Level 1 compliant payment gateway to safely and securely route transactions from the card reading device to a customer’s Stripe account.

Based on data from the Federal Reserve, over 83% of credit and debit card transactions in the United States are card present, with cardholders paying merchants in real life settings.  Additionally, mobile payment acceptance is one of the fastest growing areas in payments. Research firm 451 Research reports that over 13 million mobile point of sale systems are in use globally today, a number that will quadruple to more than 59 million devices by 2019.

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The top ranking ways to monetize an iPhone app

For a long time developers monetized on their products by simply charging people for using them, however, with the popularity of mobile internet products also comes a lot of different ways to make money with your apps.

While the following list of suggestions to monetise from iPhone apps is no guide to mobile internet for developers, it will certainly showcase some of the most important ways to produce money from apps.

App distribution platforms offer a cost effective and highly efficient way for developers to increase sales and monetisation through worldwide distribution and a state of the art DSP that offers an excellent diversity when it comes to advertisers.

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Secure your iPhone emails with free encryption app Secutor

Indie developer Tony Yustein today is proud to announce Secutor app for iOS is now free from now on. Secutor is an app that generates S/MIME email encryption certificates on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.

Secutor enables users to email each other using the S/MIME encryption method, which is the only native email encryption option on iOS. At this time, there is no other app on the App StoreSM that can generate the required certificates that carry the public/private keys allowing email messages to be securely encrypted.

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iOS Devs can now use the Bitcasa Secure Storage API

Bitcasa, the company that makes your digital belongings infinitely useful, today launched its Developer Program with the release of the Bitcasa Secure Storage API. The API gives mobile and desktop apps an easy-to-use, full-featured, and device-independent storage layer. With more than 35 petabytes of user files under management, developers can also reach a whole new audience to help organize, share, and stream users digital content.

bitcasa secure storage API for iOS iPhone 5S

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Interview with Twin Engine Labs founders Ken & Keith Hanson

Meet 26-year-old identical twin brothers, Ken and Keith Hanson. They are the founders of a cool iOS development shop called Twin Engine Labs, which launched this summer along with their first original gaming app, PentaKill.

Ken (the right brained creative) and Keith (the left brained engineer) do not run your stereotypical tech company and they’re unique in many ways:
- They do amazing, creative work for Fortune 500 companies (like Cisco and Cabot Cheese), entrepreneurs (like Academy Award winning Moonbot Studios), and creative
- They don’t live in a major market; instead their offices are based in Shreveport, Louisiana, a new hot hub for tech startups
- They know what’s hot with Apple fans and and, earlier this month, debuted PentaKill, a companion app for the popular League of Legends game.

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Start Mobile Development with the HTML5 Component Catalogue

Verious, Inc., the leader in connecting developers with components and services for mobile app development, today announced that they have added a new category for HTML5 mobile app components to their leading online marketplace for mobile app development. Verious has worked with a range of independent developers, software vendors (ISVs) and open source code project leaders to catalogue and list hundreds of pre-built HTML5 templates, open source projects and SDKs on

HTML5 Component Catalogue dhtmlx ios iPhone 4S

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techBASIC 2.0 Brings Interactive App Programming to iOS

“For the first time on the iPhone and iPad programmers, scientists, students, and hobbyists have the opportunity make full use of the unique features of the iPhone and iPad,” said Mike Westerfield, president, Byte Works, Inc. “Complete access to the built-in sensors; the ability to write interactive programs; and libraries for GUIs, graphics and sensors, all using the standard BASIC programming language, are now available to anyone interested in programming on the iPhone and iPad.”

Techbasic ios iPhone 4S

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