Managing to reach the top of the iOS App Store’s Paid Chart just hours after its debut last week, software developer Marco Arment confirmed over the weekend that he had pulled his popular iOS 9 ad blocker, Peace, from the iTunes App Store.
Here’s what you missed while I was away …
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You may have noticed we made some significant changes to the site, over the weekend – so we thought it a good idea to make them official in the form of this article, whilst taking the opportunity to briefly tell you a bit more about the thinking behind each change.
The Unofficial Apple Weblog is no more – and as I sit here, drinking my morning coffee, I can’t help but find myself writing a few words about the team at the site.
You may not be aware of it. However, Apple’s flagship web browser Safari now features a super clean and user-friendly mode for reading articles on the web, from whichever device you’ve currently got with you.
In this new and transparent world we live in – where iOS and Mac developers share their yearly financials in the open air, with others, in order to give further insight into their expenditure and costs, and as we move into the weekend, I wanted to highlight a progressive issue that involves a select portion of this site’s valued monthly readership.
Again, it’s not an easy subject to bring up. But, it’s one that needs to be talked about openly.
So, bear with me. Here it goes …