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This New Study Claims iOS Applications Crash More Often Than Android Applications

In a new study conducted by the mobile application monitoring company Crittercism, it is noted that iOS application crash more often than their Android counterparts. The results, as you can see in the above and below images, speak for themselves: most applications crash under iOS 5.0.1, while Android apps appear to be rather more stable.

Jailbreak Only: Camera Preview Disabler - Does Exactly What It Says On The Box

If you're using Locktopus to password protect your apps, then read on to find out about Camera Preview Disabler, and discover how you can make your iPhone's photo library truly private.

Ten Top Sleep Aid Apps for the Desperate Insomniac

If you have trouble falling asleep at night, check out this concise list of iPhone sleep aid applications. If one of them doesn't help you, nothing will!

From the Diary of an App Developer: To Demo or Not to Demo?

Now that you've mostly programmed your application, it's time to make a choice: To demo or not to demo? This in an incredibly important decision, especially when it comes to marketing. Today, I'll help you make up your mind.

Apple Design Awards 2010: Winners Announced

Apple has just announced the winners of their Apple Design Awards 2010. Read on to find out who the winners are!

Time Magazine iPhone App Gets Update To 2.0

Time Mobile has been updated to version 2.0, and a great many sleek new features have been added. However the one thing that has remained the same, sadly, is the issue price.

From the Diary of an App Developer: Digitizing Your Notes

Now that we have a ton of features for our application, it is time to narrow then down and get them onto a computer so we can utilize them from a programming and design standpoint.

From the Diary of an App Developer: Your App Ideas

Now that you have the perfect partner for your journey through app development, it's time to get creative. This short guide will help your development team get focused on developing a workable idea for your very own application by focusing on your favorite categories and by studying existing apps in the App Store. Now let's get developing!

Why Jailbreak: ProSwitcher

ProSwitcher is a Palm Pre-style application switcher, which has revolutionized the way I use my iPhone. Check out the post to see how you can do it too.

Why Jailbreak: Get Even More Stuff With Repositories

Get even more apps from Cydia with a comprehensive list of repositories.

Review: 1001 Ringtones

1001 Ringtones features all different varieties of songs, sounds and people. From the annoying to the soothing, from upbeat to country and Charlie bit me to the Adam's Family. 1001 Ringtones has all types, just find the one, or more, that you enjoy.

Review: Clue

Solve mysterious murders in an exciting game that has redefined how we think of board games that are ported to the iPhone. With stylized graphics, endless replayability, and the feel of the classic game, Clue for the iPhone is a winner.