I Want to Bring this Pro App to iPad, but I Can’t

From the Panic blog: Even if it were viable, we’d likely run afoul of App Store policy as well. Apps on iOS and iPadOS must use Apple’s Javascript interpreter, JavaScriptCore. Although JavaScriptCore is excellent, many developer tools rely on features or behaviors only present in Google’s V8

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App Bottlerocket: Search the App Store from Anywhere

App Bottlerocket: Search the App Store from Anywhere
This is the most niche thing I've ever shared, but if you write about or talk about iPhone and iPad apps a lot, then App Bottlerocket might be just what you've always wanted. I built this simple website a couple years ago and have been using it to get info

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Hey-llo, Goodbye

Well this all sucks, doesn’t it? Ugh. Anyway, my buddy Andy Nicolaides tweeted this today: I’ve never known an email service to have people so undecided about using it (moral issue aside). That, to me, seems like such a red flag. Nothing that is right for people should

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Stay Curious

Every Friday morning I open up Apple Music on my iPad and I scroll through the new music that came out overnight to see what’s new. Hardly a week goes by where I don’t add something to my library. Sometimes it’s something new from an artist I

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About that Magic Keyboard

Yesterday we got word that the new iPad Pros are not compatible with the Magic Keyboard that released almost exactly a year ago today. Let’s talk about it. Why the Change?While Apple didn’t give a reason for the change in compatibility, we can look at the differences

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My Current Keyboard (Vortex Race 3)

My Current Keyboard (Vortex Race 3)
I wouldn’t say I’m a mechanical keyboard fanatic, but I do like to have a keyboard that looks nice and is enjoyable to type on at my desk. So without waxing poetic for 1,000 words on what I’m using, I’ll just get to the details

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I Made a Mistake

I Made a Mistake
Oops 🤦🏻‍♂️ The ContextYesterday evening I was browsing the web and scrolling through my Twitter timeline and a common thread people were pulling on was this idea that Apple could have made iMessage for Android and decided not to for business reasons. People seemed shocked by the “revelation,” and I was

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iMessage and Outrage Theater

iMessage and Outrage Theater
Apple's Rationale for Not Bringing iMessage to Android Revealed in Legal Documents - MacRumors Mr. Cue testified that Apple "could have made a version on Android that worked with iOS" such that there would "have been cross-compatibility with the iOS platform so that users of both platforms would have been

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How Long it Takes Me to Make a YouTube Video

If you hadn’t noticed, I’ve been putting a lot of time into YouTube lately. How much, you may ask? Well, I had the same question, so I did what any good nerd does and installed Toggl to track my work. What I TrackedI didn’t want to drive

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How Much Money I Made Selling Wallpapers Online

How Much Money I Made Selling Wallpapers Online
A few weeks ago I started selling a collection of wallpapers, and today I've made a video showing the raw sales numbers from that pack, and I broke down some info on what customers were more or less likely to buy them. Here's the video flow: How much money these

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