…sagt Apple und wir stimmen zu. ARKit 2 kann mithilfe der True Depth Kamera ein unglaublich genaues 3D Bild deines Gesichts erstellen – und das ist nur die Spitze des Eisbergs aus Möglichkeiten, die wir bestimmt bald noch sehen werden.
New iOS, new iPhones – new design standards! It’s been one month since Apple has revealed iOS 11 and its adoption rate is almost at 50%. On the other hand, there’s Android as their largest competitor, which has only 17% adoption rate for one-year-old version, Android Nougat. Apple makes a big deal about releasing their new iOS every year, so their users are used to following fresh and modern iOS standards. Incidentally, that’s exactly what you should do when making an app of your own. So let’s have a look at some basic design principles that will give your app the look and feel of the new iOS.
Let’s say you want a mobile app that’s exactly tailored to your needs and you ask us to do the programming. In what ways can we as developers realize that project? What are the important points to consider and where do the different ways of doing things differ in the end? If you’ve ever asked yourself these or similar questions, or if you are currently looking for someone to program your mobile app, you might find this article helpful.
It’s cool and productive to have an app do things for you – either to pump up your business with productivity, or just having it for fun (and money). But talking to your app with the help of the new iOS 10 Speech Recognition API is also one more step into the future.
There are countless templates for iOS and Android app designs. And it is definitely helpful to take a look at them and read some user tests before starting on your own app. But a good design is not the only thing that will guarantee your app’s success. Here are some tips and tricks which will save you valuable time, money and sanity in the long run.