It seems that Apple has changed its mind regarding its iTunes App Store, its transparency management and most surprising, Flash-based software on the iOS platform. In a statement published on Apple's website, an iPhone manufacturer known to maintain highly closed market conditions, and often unclear prerequisites for confirmation or rejection of applications, announced new, limited development restrictions and even issued a "living document" describing the constant numbers as part of Apple's powerful appraisal process.
Among other changes to the Developer Application License, Apple removed section 3.3.1 as a limited programmable for the programming language specified (C, C ++ and Objective C) and prohibited the use of the Compliance Act – including (but not limited to) Adobe Flash compiler. For non-programming people, this means adaptation that Apple will now allow developers to create "Flash-based Apps"; & # 39; Although developers will not be allowed to embed Flash software within applications, the contents may be modified using a tool that Adobe has continued to work on, called Flash Professional CS5. Of course, iPhone users will still not be able to access Flash content through their phone, but actually you would not think Apple was as attending, did it?
While Adobe, Google and the vast majority of IOS App developers celebrate this announcement, and appraise Apple to review its approach to managing the App Store, the statement says something blue – according to a public statement, Apple said the monitoring was conceived by the developer's surplus feedback that requested less restrictive and open guidelines for development.
But some speculation suggests that the change was not exclusively Apple's own power. After all, Adobe had filed a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission citing Apple's restrictive policy as a measure designed to harm competitors. With rumors to a great extent that US and European regulators intend to conduct an extremely research on App Store's dating, it's easy to see how Apple had felt pressure was present.
In addition, the last month has passed without being a prominent headline for announcing Android platform growing 400% capturing international market share and others getting a great step on Apple and BlackBerry competitors. It's not hard to believe that Apple has relaxed its strategy to track the fastest growing Android app market, as Google's mobile phone company continues to dominate.
But regardless of Apple's reasons to change the licensor of developers, it's good news for developers, mobile marketers and iOS users alike. For companies and companies that want to hire a developer, the contract process will be smoother: New App Store Review Guidelines should eliminate much from guessing the App Store's comments, which make it easier for developers to verify and provide further assessment budget and timeline to build applications.
For many, however, the most important change has to do with stopping previous policies that banned the development of Flash-based applications. With the new provisions, Flash should no longer be considered as a barrier to publishing; The new policy makes those interested in preserving "Flash-y" sites to do it with Adobe Flash CS5. Meanwhile, for those who want to get a basic mobile web page (instead of or in addition to the iOS App) the current method of the average flash crisis will continue to be an option.
Although Apple is not Android, these changes are making a big change towards open mobile phones. What the reason for the change in the heart will make the new provision better software for users, developers and mobile users by making all more more. With open software development guidelines, we're thrilled to help improve the market and see the blossom of innovation IOS again.
Source by Erin M Kelley