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At Tapadoo we like to share what we’re learning. On our blog you can find updates about our projects and our thoughts on where the mobile app industry is headed.

What a way to end the year

We like to think we know what we're doing. And every once in a while, its good to apply our skills in a fun way. A few weeks ago, we heard of a competition being run by the Science Gallery, as part of its "Green Machines" exhibition. The competition was to come up...

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The Presentation Correlation

I've gone to a lot of presentations over the last couple of years. About two years ago I started to notice something, and I've been keeping tabs on it ever since. This will cause debate but here it does People who use Apple's Keynote to give presentations give better...

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Apple Keyboard bindings

Got an Apple Keyboard™? Disgruntled with the way the PageUp/PageDown/Home/End buttons only move the screen and not the cursor? Well, gruntle no more with this handy tip! (Windows users can feel smug in the knowledge that their keyboards have always had this...

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Another addition

So, a few months back during the "overloaded summer of 2010", we needed more capacity, and we needed it immediately. I took a look around XCake, to see who may be in a position to help. We knew Liam already - really liked his red spiders (iTunes Link) app, so we asked...

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We’re gonna need a bigger boat

iPhone development company WLTM iOS developers for mutual friendship, maybe more. We have a healthy pipeline and are looking for people who share our interest in all things Apple. Our ideal candidate would have some if not all of the following: Proven track record in...

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Now we’ve made it

I'll be speaking at the dot conf next week. I've done a number of speaking engagements; Usually about iPhone development, and our experiences of becoming an iPhone developer. Somebody tweeted this to me today What can I say..Immortalised in Lego.... Now we've made it....

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We got Steve

A few weeks back, as the work continued to mount, we realised it was time to expand again. We put out a tweet looking for an intern, and were delighted that Steven Troughton-Smith expressed an interest. For those of you who within the iPhone development community,...

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