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Easy iPhone Simulator Screenshots With Status Bar Removed

If you’ve had to take screenshots of the iPhone simulator you know what I am talking about.  Things just don’t look as good if you can’t see an iPhone in the image. The problem is that when you want the simulator in the screenshot then you need to have some sort of solid background so…

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4 Ridiculously Handy Custom iPhone UI Tricks and Libraries

The iPhone has a great UI library, but there are still times when you think to yourself when programming — why didn’t they include this feature? Whenever that thought pops into my head (probably because I’m an efficiency freak who likes to do things in the least possible time) and I can’t easily find the…

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How To Stay Motivated And Actually Complete Your iOS App

Let’s face it.. it’s easy to get distracted. Following through on your app ideas all the way to completion can be difficult, especially if someone isn’t looking over your shoulder. I found this great article from Cliff Harris, developer of some excellent indie games providing some tips on how he keeps himself motivated when working…

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iOS Developer Gold Discovered On Twitter

Twitter is a great way to find great developers sharing useful information. Even if you don’t want to spend the time there Twitter Search and Topsy are terrific ways to get the goods. Just today I was on Twitter, and found a great post from Bob Sealy illustrating some great information that he had found…

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7 Free And Worthwhile Press Release Sites For App Promotion

Press releases can be a good way to get free buzz for your app, the idea with a press release is that you write it, and it gets picked up by some large relevant sites or aggregated by many smaller ones.  I’ve seen it work wonders for some.  I was reading through a few messages…