August 2017

“Bad App” Takedown   4.2.6:  Apps created from a commercialized template or app generation service will be rejected.   "In struggling to narrow its scope on “bad” apps, Apple’s answer is to pinch the hose at a source.  Template services are often used to quickly release cloned apps, but are equally popular for small businesses that wish to have a native mobile app.  Apple has always had a ‘do not copy’ rule, which code-less app building services naturally violate to some degree." - How Apple and Google are Ditching "Bad" AppsAre you willing to take the risk of having your company’s mobile app not meet Apple’s requirements? Stay Current, Stay Relevant  For every great app that makes life easier, there are dozens of apps that fall under the category of ‘bad apps’.  No-one wants a bad app, yet there are tons of bad mobile apps built every

Continuing to create a better user experience.   Besides clearing out mobile apps that are problematic or abandoned, Apple has really upped its efforts to deny some cloned and templated apps as well.These apps include:Apps that haven’t been updated to support 64bit. Older Apps that are no longer supported or updated. Apps that abided by previous rules, but may not abide by new rules as Apple has updated them.Apple is attempting to clean out thousands of old apps that have sat in the store for far too long, creating a better user experience.

We recently launched an updated site for Performance Learning Center in Davenport, Iowa.  Performance Learning offers private tutoring, mindfulness  and yoga in the classroom, professional development courses and so much more.The new web site features changes to the navigation and increasing the visibility of the courses Performance Learning has to offer, creating a user-friendly browsing experience.  The new website is mobile compatible making browsing from a smart phone or a desk top seamless.We invite you to view the new site for Performance Learning at http://www.performancelearn.com  

Recently we launched an updated website for The 11th Street Precinct.  In the heart of the East Village of Davenport, Iowa, The 11th Street Precinct has been a true Quad Cities institution for over 30 years.  After completing a major renovation of their entire building, menu and beer garden, the owner was looking for a more modern way to showcase their food, drinks and entertainment.The new website includes changes to navigation and increasing the visibility of everything 11th Street has to offer, creating a user-friendly browsing experience whether viewing from your computer at home or your smart phone on the go.  Amongst the new features the site contains a list of our Music and Events and also integrated social media buttons for Facebook, Twitter, etc., to foster improved communication with customers.We invite you to view The 11th Street Precincts' fresh, new

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