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Our Experience of building the Syntax App for iOS

It's taken approximately Two Years starting from January 2018 to Present to build and launch the Syntax App on iOS. We are no experts, just beginners in the App Based Product Development Industry. We would like to share a small experience on building the Syntax App for iOS specifically and how we took ideas, lessons…

Syntax Apps’ Comparison with other Market Players

Today we at Syntax Apps would like to make a fair comparison with some of the popular/similar apps in the productivity apps ecosystem. The idea of Apps and Companies charging for basic set of Note Taking Features such as Search, Notes Syncing, Charging Per Device/Per User, Sharing Notes, Time Period on Deleted Notes undermines the…

Can Open Source AI be the next big thing?

Open Source has gone through numerous challenges since the term was coined. WordPress gave birth to a new era in Open Source CMS, then followed by many others in the CMS Market. Today we are taking upon a new concept which is Open Source AI. AI in the hands of big tech companies can be…

What “Sign In with Apple” means for iOS Apps

One of the bigger security announcements from Apple’s  Worldwide Developer Conference this week is Apple’s new requirement that app developers must implement the company’s new single sign-on solution, Sign In with Apple, wherever they already offer another third-party sign-on system. Apple’s decision to require its button in those scenarios is considered risky — especially at a time when the company is in…

Are Foldable Phones here to Stay?

For more than a decade, the iPhone defined the overall shape and style of a smartphone. Despite Apple’s patent litigation against its main rival Samsung, that simple and iconic concept of a black rectangular touchscreen with rounded corners has been mimicked by manufacturers the world over. Rising demand from billions of new customers meant that,…

Progressive Web Apps vs Native Mobile Apps

What is a Progressive Web App? While browsing websites on your phone, have you come across some websites that look as well as behave similar to their corresponding mobile apps? You are then likely to receive a prompt that suggests that you add this mobile site to your homescreen. If you happen to click ‘Yes’,…

Taking cues from Successful Tech Innovators

Let's face it. What worked for one company or an entrepreneur might not work for you. However, that should not stop us from learning from their mistakes and the mistakes that led them to building successful products/services both commercially and in terms of solving a need or bridging the gaps. Our biggest takeaways are: Take note…

Our Understanding of Today’s Tech

Tech is more important than ever, deeply affecting culture, politics and society. Given all the time we spend with our gadgets and apps, it’s essential to understand the principles that determine how tech affects our lives. Understanding technology today Technology isn’t an industry, it’s a method of transforming the culture and economics of existing systems and…

Biggest Challenges Tech should solve

1. Recycle the CO₂ content in the atmosphere: Just reducing the greenhouse gase emissions is not a permanent fix for the problem. Today Startups are going the extra mile and are trying to recycle the CO₂ in the atmosphere. More importantly a cost effective way needs to be found to store that amount of CO₂…