By Steve KovachPosted Mar 15, 2018 07:11:01The next time you’re stuck in a traffic jam, there’s a simple, yet powerful, way to turn that into a positive: You can use the iPhone or iPad to create an app.
If you’re new to the topic, the iPhone and iPad are two of the most popular devices in the world, but Android is the only major smartphone operating system to be adopted by the entire world.
That makes iOS a great option for those who want to build a new app without having to change their entire app stack.iOS has been around since 2009, but its adoption is slowly ramping up, thanks in part to the proliferation of the Apple Watch.
Apple’s new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus both feature powerful hardware and new design features that allow users to create apps on the go.
With the new hardware and the watch, iOS now has a large and growing following, and apps that run on both platforms have grown exponentially in popularity.
Here are four of the top iOS apps you can create on the iPhone:Tillerson’s F-35 is ready to take off, and you can’t wait to see what it can doIf you have a laptop, tablet, or smartphone, you might be thinking, “But I already have a great job that allows me to make apps on my home desktop.”
That’s a good thing.
If you’re a freelancer or independent developer, iOS is your platform of choice, and it can be a great way to get your work done.
You can use iOS to make a variety of things, from websites to video games.
Here are a few of the popular apps you’ll want to start using on your iOS device:Workbench is an iOS app that lets you easily track, edit, and share work with other people on the same device.
It comes in three flavors, which all work on iPhone and iPod touch:Basic, which lets you track and organize your work and your contacts in your iPhone;