The Breakroom

BitCam

June 9, 2016

With WWDC just around the corner, we thought it would be a great time to release an app that takes advantage of all the latest technology in your pocket. Announcing BitCam – the world’s most advanced camera for your mini pocket computer. Years in the making, this is just a hint at what’s to come […]

Looking at the Future

April 21, 2016

At the last Apple Event, a seemingly simple thing was announced: a True Tone display on the 9.7-inch iPad Pro. This device also uses a new LCD panel and sports “a color standard big enough for Hollywood.” As with most things released by Apple, there is an amazing amount of underlying technology that makes this […]

The New Favicon

November 4, 2015

The recent release of Safari 9.0 brought a great new feature: pinned tabs. These tabs are locked to the lefthand side of your tab bar and stay in place, even when you open a new window or relaunch the browser. The default behavior is to display the first letter of the site’s name on a […]

A Clicker for your Ticker

October 13, 2015

It’s well documented that I love my Apple Watch and use it daily to keep track of my activity. While the built-in apps do a fantastic job of keeping track of your health, I wanted something different. One of the things I noticed early on was how a simple number like “Longest Move Streak” could […]

A New Life for iPulse

October 7, 2015

With Apple’s announcement of System Integrity Protection in El Capitan, I feared that end had come for our beloved iPulse app. This app for tracking system status was originally released in 2002 for use with Mac OS X 10.3. It was also my first Cocoa app and taught me a lot about how to do […]

xScope on the Big Screen

September 15, 2015

As every iPhone developer knows, you don’t really understand an app’s design until you see it on the device. We’ve all been fooled by text or controls that looked just fine on your Mac’s simulator, but elicited “What the heck were we thinking?” when run on the phone. With the release of tvOS, there’s going […]

Yep

August 6, 2015

While we may not have contributed in our normal way, we were happy to learn today that some of our work made it into Windows 10! Windows Bridge for iOS is an open source project that makes it easier for iOS developers to target their products to the new operating system from Redmond. This work […]

A Special Feature

June 19, 2015

Over the years, we’ve been lucky to have a lot of products featured in Apple’s stores. Yesterday, we got the one we’re most proud of – Twitterrific’s inclusion in the most popular Voice Over apps on the App Store.

xScope and Apple Watch

April 24, 2015

xScope has been updated with support for Apple Watch in both the iOS and Mac App Stores.