In the last few years, I have gotten pretty all right at developing for iOS, it’s a jump from being a web and BI developer for the 6+ years before that. Recently, I tried to see if I can think of an app concept, document it, start working on it and submit it to the app store for review in a day? Well…as I discovered, I cannot, it takes me close to 2 days or 3 working days to do so. This is my timesheet for that entire process,
- 5:00am: Think about the problem the app solves and write a blogpost
- 7:00am: Think of the app UI concept
- 9:30am: Start learning those unknown iOS API
- 1:00pm: After lunch start coding the app in question
- 9:00pm: After having a gym and dinner break, stop working on the nearly complete app.
- 6:00am: Finish the app i.e. from nearly complete to complete
- 8:00am: Think of the app icon design concept
- 9:00am: Make the app icon
- 1:00pm: Do a final round of testing
- 2:00pm: Think of and write the app store description and keywords
- 4:00pm: Upload and submit the app to the app store for review
- A a day later: App approved and released!!!
The blogpost that I wrote between 5 to 7am is The Numbers Game: Requirements. FYI, there’s also an Android version of this app but that was built separately i.e. that’s a Hybrid app built using Ionic Framework. If you wanted to try a version, I would recommend try the iOS version, in it’s current state, it’s a bit more optimised than the Android version.
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Or why don’t you try Numbers Game for iOS or Android (btw, the Android app was developed separately than this)