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  • Why migrate from Java to Kotlin?Android Developers

    Since the day Kotlin was introduced as the Android’s official programming language, we are hearing that we should switch from Java to Kotlin. But the main question that arises here is – Why? What are the benefits of Kotlin android app development over Java app development? Is there any application that has recorded a significant change in their ROI with this step? To answer these most commonly asked question, we have curated an article: Know Why These 14 Famous Apps Migrated from Java to Kotlin. Read today to find perfect answers to these questions and make a better future in the Android market.
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  • Welcome SnapKitiOS Developers

    Snapchat has delivered an unbelievable offer to all the app developers. The social media platform has officially launched SnapKit – the Snapchat’s developer platform. This implies the mobile app developers can now employ the Snapchat features like Stories and Bitmoji into their app development process. Are you excited to hear this? What are your future mobile app development plans?
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  • Re: Is Apple’s Decision to block police hacking tool justified?iOS Developers

    APPLIFYAccording to a new source, Apple has plans to introduce a new feature in iOS that will protect iPhones against Graykey, a phone cracking tool used by police. While this is a great step towards user security, what impact do you think it’s going to have on legal investigations? https://www.theverge.com/2018/6/13/17461464/apple-update-graykey-ios-police-hacking I think it is quite justifiable. This hacking tool can enter any iPhone and supply the information which can make it favourite of hackers, thieves and others. In the scenario when all of our personal and financial information is saved on our smartphones, it was required to step against these possibilities. And that is what Apple did. By the way, Apple also banned developers from accessing the Contact list of the users for the same perspective.
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  • Re: What is Flutter and why is it better than React Native?Cross Platform Developers

    Ana GraciaInterested to know what We have also designed an infographic focusing on the differences between the two frameworks on the basis of different factors. Interested to hear more? Check out our Blog: Flutter vs React Native: Who is Winning?
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  • Re: Can Android Jetpack Speed Up App Development?Android Developers

    Ana GraciaFluper Well, it seems so. Android Jetpack is built around advanced design practices like the division of concerns and testability along with productivity features such as Kotlin integration. This, all as a whole, can help in creating high-quality apps without writing a longer piece of code. Till it gets proven, we rely on these 10 ways to speed up our mobile app development timeline.
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  • Re: Android P vs iOS 12: Which One’s Better?Android Developers

    APPLIFYhttps://www.cnet.com/news/apple-ios-12-versus-google-android-p-guess-whos-winning-now/ Apple recently unveiled its latest iOS 12 operating system. Google is about to launch Android P soon. Well, if you compare both operating systems, it’s going to be tough to decide which one’s better. Anyway, what do you think? The iOS 12 and Android P update have taken the prevailing battle of iOS vs Android to a newer level. If excited to see which one is going to rule the world - from an expert's perspective - check this blog: Apple iOS 12 vs Google Android P: Who is Winning the OS War
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  • Re: What is Better - Building an Android App from Scratch or Going with Readymade Platforms?Android Developers

    Bernat Guitart What do you think? :)  Better to be slow than suffering from undefined errors. So, choose development from scratch than going for white label development.
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  • Android P vs iOS 12: Which OS will win?Android Developers

    The battle of Android vs iOS has reached to the newer level with the announcement of Android P and iOS 12 update. Both the OS versions has introduced impressive features to blow our mind, but the question here is: Which one will rule the market – Android P or iOS? Our experts have curated an article on this topic. Go through the article (linked shared below) and satisfy your urge to know which one will win. Apple iOS 12 vs Google Android P: Who is Winning the OS War
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  • Re: iPhone X Face ID Mismatch Issue Resolved in iOS 12iOS Developers

    APPLIFYAccording a reddit post and as confirmed by AppleInsider, Apple has successfully fixed the iPhone X Face ID mismatch problem that users were facing for a long time. The change will make the unlocking process a lot fast and simple. Know more at: https://appleinsider.com/articles/18/06/05/iphone-x-face-id-misfires-resolved-with-a-simple-swipe-in-ios-12 In addition to this, the iOS 12 update has also come up with exclusive features like Group Notification, ARKit, Siri Shortcut Apps, etc. Source: iOS 12 is Out: Here are the 15 Features You Should Check Today!
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  • Re: Apple WWDC 2018: Are you excited?iOS Developers

    DotsquaresExpectations with WWDC 2018 are indeed quite high. The recent pitfalls with iOS 11 security and battery replacement issues, and the dearth of any major updates in tvOS, macOS, watchOS, and the iPad Pro hardware has given birth to a lot of rumours many of which sound promising. Here are some of the announcements that iOS developers and all the other Apple enthusiasts are expecting from this years' conference, of course except the iOS 12. Smarter Siri Release of AirPower charging pad Major development in the area of AR/VR and mixed reality Updates with iCloud Other than these 4 most probable announcements, we are also expecting improvements with WatchOS, tvOS, HomePode, iPad Pro, and Apple Music. The former four are in due for updates for quite some time now, making them a probable source for the upcoming announcements. The speculations about the last one though have a completely different story. To know more about that refer to this post that explains how Apple Music is gradually becoming a long-term revenue saviour for the company. Though all the features introduced in iOS 12 are impressive, I find Group Notifications, ARKit 2, and Privacy Measures as the key highlights. What do you say?
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