How to map VoiceOver to a home button triple click

There's been a lot of discussion lately about building your apps with better accessibility for visually impaired users. Marco Arment suggested mapping your home button's triple click to VoiceOver, and running over your apps to ensure all your buttons are appropriately labeled and your app works fine under VoiceOver. Mapping VoiceOver ...

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May Orlando iOS Meetup Summary

For those of you who follow my blog, here's a summary of the meetup we had in May. If you don't know, I am the organizer of the Orlando iOS Developer Meetup Group. In the Orlando area and want to nerd out with us? Join our group! Presentation 1 - The ...

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November 2011 Monthly Income Report

Every month, Dave and I like to post a monthly income report for the world to see. We do this as an effort to maintain transparency for our business, keep us motivated to push for more income growth, and to inspire everyone else to push forward on their business ideas ...

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Generating Revenue with Admob

Things have been crazy over the past few weeks, so I didn't have a chance to put together the application teardown that I wanted to have for all the #idevblogaday readers. Instead, I'm giving you the slides to the presentation I did at the Orlando iOS meetup group last week. The ...

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Google TV and Android Apps

I'm filling in for Andrew in this week's post, and I wanted to share a little bit of my side of our business: Android development.  Specifically, the topic of Google TV. With recent updates, these devices can now access the Android Market, which can greatly expand the number of people exposed ...

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October 2011 Monthly Income Report

Every month, Dave and I like to post a monthly income report for the world to see. We do this as an effort to maintain transparency for our business, keep us motivated to push for more income growth, and to inspire everyone else to push forward on their business ideas ...

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Track Downloads with Google Analytics

Do you know if your app download links on your website are converting? Did you know you can track how many times your site refers a user to download your apps? It's easy to do with some Google Analytics and javascript magic. Install Google Analytics The first thing to do, if you ...

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Custom UISwitch Text

While working on a project for a client, I encountered an issue with customizing UISwitches. The project involved updating a previous built application to make it iOS5 compatible. Everything was going well until I tried to use the code the previous programmer provided. When building the file for iOS 4, ...

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September 2011 Monthly Income Report

I'm getting this up a bit later than I anticipated, but at least it's up! Every month we'll be posting how much Dave and I make on the various mobile marketplaces. This is in an effort to both hold ourselves accountable to build our business, but also allows others to learn ...

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Our Inspiration

This is my first post to iDevBlogADay and as such, I should probably introduce myself. My name is Andrew Kozlik and I am a mobile applications developer based in Orlando, FL. I've partnered with my friend Dave Younker to build fun and useful applications for people to use on their iPhones ...

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