July 17, 2015
Today we say farewell to our talented friend, developer and comic book aficionado, Tyler Anderson. We’ll miss him dearly but we wish him well on the next phase of his life’s journey!
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.
April 24, 2015
xScope has been updated with support for Apple Watch in both the iOS and Mac App Stores.
July 10, 2009
As many of you have probably figured out, we love making iPhone applications. So much so, that we have more projects waiting in the wings than we have workers to assemble them. If you’re a kick-ass iPhone software developer who wants to work with some of the most talented designers in the industry, we’d love […]
June 5, 2009
Amidst the ever-increasing cacophony of iPhone rumors, our attention turns once again to Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference in San Francisco, CA. Like the annual migration of swallows returning to San Juan Capistrano, Moscone Center calls to Mac geeks far and wide to congregate, party and oh yes, learn something. This year, the Iconfactory is […]
May 19, 2008
California here we come! It’s time once again for swimming pools and movie stars, or so we’d like to think. In reality its the annual pilgrimage to San Francisco’s Moscone Center for the gathering of geeks, coders and Mac faithful that is WWDC. Thanks to the massive success of Apple’s iPhone and the related SDK […]
January 28, 2008
We’re now only a month or so away from the release of Apple’s official Software Development Kit for the wildly popular iPhone mobile platform. Needless to say, we’re on pins and needles over here with anticipation. There was an interesting piece from Forbes this morning regarding the SDK that featured a quote from our friend […]
August 20, 2007
Thanks to our ever-industrious Chief Typist, our previous report that none of the workers had hacked or modified their iPhones is now but a distant memory. If you follow Craig’s blog over at Furbo.org, then you know he’s broken into his iPhone like an otter cracks into a clam. We can blame the