Apple, the known brand of high-tech mobile phones has launched a wonderful application for the kids. A specific apps store or rather a section is directed for the use of kids who are using the Apple Smartphone. The applications for the kids have different sections that are categorized according to the age so that it is easy for the kids to select the apps accordingly. The experts from the industry are stating that it is an effort from Apple so that they can enhance and broaden their reach to the young public.
The guidelines for the apps
A certain set of guidelines have been designed by the app makers so that personal information along with stringent data is not given across without the consent of the parents. Even the iTune account that has to be created will be done by people from the school where the kid is studying.
Fun on the run
As the IOS7 has been upgraded, it has given apps to be used by the kids. With use of these apps, the learning of the kids would be done in a better manner. The learning applications that are available will help the child to know about colors, shapes, creation and play. … Read the rest
All Apps on Apple screen would fall flat once the iOS 7 reigns over its new platform. Any dimensional attributes will be cleaned out as iOS 7 intends to keep everything as plane as possible.
The change was first noticed by 9to5mac when some of their iOS 6 app icons lacked the visible depth on the beta version of the software. The site further pointed out that iOS 7 tends to remove the gloss that Apple applied to app icons previously.
Some more changes have appeared as some apps are sporting different icons on iOS 7 in spite of having the same version and data as iOS 6. iOS 7 turns out to look in different locations for the icons of Apps and, uses the image used within the app store and the assigned app icon image to make it icon on the screen.
Sleep Cycle and Dunkin’ Donuts are the two reported apps which are so far influenced by the new feature, as found by 9to5Mac.
Most developers would surely look forward to redesign app icons in order to fit in the new iOS 7 color schemes and flat style. Meanwhile, Apple is trying its best to generate an integrated look on its new platform.… Read the rest