Fitbit has confirmed the company’s next smartwatch will come with a software development kit (SDK) for developers, and users will be able to download apps from a dedicated store. Fitbit CEO, James Park, told The Verge that it would launch the smartwatch with a select few apps, before opening the SDK to all third-party developers. […]
Every day, there seems to be another advancement in medicine or medical research. While medical treatments increase the longevity and quality of life, the way that health is monitored is changing. The increasing popularity of wearable devices and health apps enables people to get greater insight into their health than ever before as wearable devices […]
Mobile is about apps, not search. That could be a problem.
There’s an app on your TV for that.
App makers beware.
It’s a bit early, no?
Apple’s inconsistent App Store rules are hard for developers to follow.
Because App Store and HomeKit.
The smartwatch can now sync with iPhones.
After weeks of waiting, Pebble has appealed to backers for help.
Even though the company says it has nothing against them.
Of course, the iPhone is still Apple’s big winner.
Seems like Google is definitely poking the bear here.
That’s when people have the free time to download and use them.
It should ask Apple to make Android apps for its upcoming watch, too.
As the App Store gets more crowded, a fix for developers.
They’ve even included the latest issue’s controversial cover.
Be warned: Refunds don’t give you a “trial period.”
A test case for paid apps in Europe.
It’s only OK for Apple to send junk pics.