This post will review the history of music APIs in iOS, and discuss some of its advantages for developer+affiliate opportunities, as they relate to competing “Music as a Service” (MaaS) providers and their developer “Terms of Service” (TOS).
And at the end, I have a simple ask.
Let’s start at the beginning, with the release of the MPMusicPlayer** SDK in iOS 2. It allows a developer to access the system music player object, find and iterate song objects in the user’s music library, control their playback, and access various rich metadata (e.g. duration, BPM, album art).
One of the most…
(Adapted from my blog http://blog.deeje.tv/musings/2015/11/ready-for-the-ipad-pro-1.html)
Of all the new devices Apple has released this year, I’m most excited about the iPad Pro. Its as close to a self-contained cinematic experience as Apple can create. And I’ve been preparing tappr.tv for it for almost 3 years now.
The writing has been on the wall for quite some time that Apple was going to expand into all kinds of screen sizes, and tappr.tv has tried to keep up. When iOS 7 first arrived, Apple emphasized deference, clarity, and depth in UI design. …
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