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iPad app development

12 June 2013

When we talk about the development of mobile apps, we usually think about mobile phones and apps than can potentially improve everyday life. However, the mobile platform also incorporates tablet devices like the iPad. While the iPad performs almost all the same functions as the iPhone, it has a much larger screen and is used more for entertainment purposes than its smartphone cousin. Therefore, app development for the iPad can be a completely different kettle of fish.

While it is possible, and in most cases advisable, to develop your app for use across all mobile Apple devices, it may also be a good idea to make your app iPad specific. If your app requires the larger screen and is more for entertainment purposes, then focusing your time and energy on the iPad can be more beneficial than spreading your effort across optimising the app for multiple platforms.

In order to develop apps for the iPad you will need to learn how to use tools such as the iOS SDK and the iOS simulator as well as knowing how to plan and execute your app development project right from the initial design and programming stages, up to the deployment of the application. If you choose to develop an app for every platform, the development process will be very different and you will need to learn how to manage this as well.

As we have recently teamed up with Amsys, the app development specialist, Total Training Solutions are now able to provide you with all of these skills, covering both the technical details and the overall management of app development projects.

So, if you’re looking to develop the skills required to develop your iPad app, take a look at our app development training course list and give Total Training Solutions a call on 0800 612 1299 or contact us via the website.

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