Is there still room for a Lite version?

A few months ago I released an app called Photo Academy. This app aims to help any photographer take better photos, by offering a large amount of tips, sample photos, and camera settings. Soon after release it was featured by Apple in the App Store, spent some time in...

A Healthy Indie Life

For the past 2.5 years, I’ve been working from home as an independent iOS developer. My real love is for developing in-house apps, but there’s a lot of satisfaction to be gained from freelance work as well. It took me a long time to get used to working...

Spring Cleaning

I’m fortunate enough to live in a part of the world where summer is on it’s way, and if you believe what my mother says, that means it’s time for spring cleaning. If you’re anything like me, there’s probably some things in your working...

Why I’m Super Excited for the iPhone 4S

Earlier today, Apple finally revealed their latest hardware, the iPhone 4S. Like most of you, I’d been waiting a long time for this day to come, and I was truly excited to see what Apple has been hard at work on. If you’d asked me a month ago, I would have...

360iDev – An Australian Perspective

I decided late last year that I was going to attend WWDC for the first time in 2011. I regularly set aside money, planned where I was going to stay, and read all the first-timer blog posts I could find. When I woke up one morning to discover that WWDC had both been...

iOS, Android and Windows Phone 7

One of the first iPhone apps I ever created as an independent developer was PhotoCaddy, a quick reference guide for photographers. Essentially it contains a big list of photography subjects, with each item containing a few tips and bits of advice on how to take good...
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