If my iPhone 6s had more storage, the ability to use external microphones and longer battery life, I would probably never need a traditional camcorder. Especially, if I didn’t have a big ego that required a big camcorder. The iPhone’s vivid colors, compact size and ability to upload directly to the web make a traditional camera look prehistoric.
I am currently developing an app called Shuttle Tracker for iOS. I have taken on the project as part of an elective course; formally known as MIS 4399 iOS App Development. I first came up with the idea during my sophomore year at the University of the Incarnate Word (UIW) while a friend and I were
I was first inspired to create an iPhone app by Steve Job’s presentation at the World Wide Developer’s Conference (WWDC) in 2009. At the time I was a junior in high school and had just transitioned to Mac OS X after terrible experiences with Microsoft Vista and Hewlett-Packard’s customer service. I didn’t know much about
After playing Flight Adventure 2, an indie game for XBOX 360, I concluded that its player experience was a tad bit incomplete. Sure, it had stellar graphics, but the limitations were endless. One player, in one plane, on one map, without any missiles – something’s wrong here! So, I fixed it. With an iPhone app! I added a