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Indian app developers find new Apple tech a boon

Indian app developers find new Apple tech a boon

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  7 Jun 2019 5:48 AM GMT

San Jose (California): It all started with a dream to create something for the world and with innovative Apple technologies like Swift and ARkit (AR) at their disposal, several app developers from India have created a niche space for themselves.

Take the case of Rama Krishna, Founder and CEO of Hyderabad-based Fluid Touch that has developed productivity apps like Daily Notes, Tasks and Noteshelf two for iPhones, iPads and even Apple Watch.

“Right now, we have four million users globally. Japan is a very big market for us and India is slowly picking up. We are looking forward to the new Apple development framework SwiftUI that would help us make powerful user interfaces,” Krishna said on the sidelines of Apple’s annual developers’ conference ‘WWDC 2019’.

To help app developers create top-of-the-line apps, Apple has unveiled SwiftUI which is a revolutionary development framework that makes building powerful user interfaces easier than ever before.

ARKit 3, RealityKit and the Reality Composer are other advanced tools designed by Apple to make it even easier for developers to create compelling AR experiences for consumer and business apps.

Software Systems Co-founder Hemant Kumar who has created Enpass Password Manager app is extremely positive with the announcement of SwiftUI.

“We have around 2.5 million downloads across the App Store and Google Play Store. The idea behind Enpass Password Manager is to increase the security awareness among people and motivate them to start using a digital locker,” Kumar said.

“We create super strong passwords and all your data gets protected with a single password. The app is tightly integrated with every platform, whether it’s iOS, Mac, Windows, Linux or Android,” he added. (IANS)

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