The latest beta release of iOS introduces a new feature that allows developers to prompt users to rate their apps. The rating is selected and submitted without leaving the app. It is presented as an alert, using the standard system appearance.
Buckle up, friends, because we’re gonna go on a “deep dive” for a three minute piece of music! For the third time, I’ve just had the extreme privilege of collaborating with co-worker and pal Neven Mrgan, and Australian and pal Matt Comi, who make really fun iOS games via Big Bucket.
When iOS 10 was introduced, I had hoped to see more borrowed from watchOS, because it does a great job of providing animated feedback to taps of buttons and other elements. Android also does a better job at it, with its ripple effect on table cells, for example.
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There’s drama behind every designed object. Design is the animating force behind brands, buildings and interfaces, and so an engrossing series that explains to a general audience what actually goes on behind the scenes was long overdue.
Slopes Diaries is my ongoing journey to turn my indie app into a more sustainable part of my business. First time reading? Catch up on the journey so far. What is Slopes? Think Nike+, Runkeeper, Strava, MapMyRun, etc for skiers and snowboarders.