Catchoom, the company that offers image recognition and augmented reality services, provides Catchoom Augmented Reality iOS SDK. This kit can be installed from the website. In the same page users can find a step by step integration guide. Example code is available with an AFN framework that is used to connect to the API. Developers need XCode 5 or newer and iOS 7.0.
By any measure developers of mobile computing applications are having a tough time making a living. For the most part they have to give their applications away for either free or a nominal fee. They generally wind up sharing revenue based on the amount of advertising revenue their application generates. Of course, that revenue is totally dependent on how successful the application is. To help mobile developers ensure that kind of success Scringo today launched Developer Zone, which gives mobile developers the ability to download a variety of commonly-used features to boost end user engagement for free.
Google has a new method for shrinking down the size of app updates in the Google Play Store. The fresh technique, called file-to-file patching, is more efficient than the previous algorithm. It can help crunch apps, making them easier to download over wireless networks. There's only one drawback.