Follow this tutorial to install beta, pre-release or review builds of iPhone/iPad apps in your device. These builds are also known as ad hoc and are created by developers to distribute apps outside of the iTunes App Store, most commonly for beta testing or review purposes. Continue reading →
Android developers often get bug reports from their users that lack context. With so many Android devices and versions out there, it is vital to properly identify the device that had the problem. This brief tutorial will teach you how to send an useful bug report to an Android developer using Bug Reporter.
1) Download Bug Reporter from the Android Market if you do not have it already. If you do not have the Android Market you can also download Bug Reporter from AndAppStore. Continue reading →
An iPhone and iPod touch wallpaper is the background image shown when the device is locked. If you want to design an iPhone wallpaper you have to take into account not only the screen resolution (480×320) but also that part of your wallpaper will be covered by the clock and the unlock bar. Below are some guidelines and resources to help you create your own iPhone wallpapers. Continue reading →
The UDID is the Unique Device Identifier your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad. It is made of 40 letters and numbers and should look something like this:
The UDID is constructed from various hardware identifiers such as the device’s serial number. It is guaranteed to be unique for every device but cannot be publicly tied to an user account. Continue reading →