Dont spend a day taking all the different screenshots of your app by language, device, orientation, etc. Kent Sutherland has built a utility to auto-generate all the different types of screenshots you would want.
Nick Arnott lays out a pretty extensive tree of all the things you should test with your app. It's pretty handy to use when you are launching your app or working on an update.
After adding support for four UIWebView properties for iOS 7 in the last release, more updates have been made to make Cordova iOS 7 ready.
Many apps are logging users out after an app is opened from background mode. This is an iOS7 specific problem that good folks at Loom have written solution for.
Learn how iOS 7 gives you new opportunities to promote your app and other things you should keep in mind.
Marko Karppinen has decided to no longer recommend Newsstand to his publisher clients. The main reasons is that the app is hidden away in newsstand after users download it.
Apple changed some of the base text size of its fonts. Learn how to adapt your app to these changes and how to use custom fonts with Dynamic Type.
This is a post on many of the productivity tricks and tips when using Android Studio.
This is to get your full quota of laugh and sugar today :)
Janne Varis is an android game developer and shows us the technology stack and approach involved to build and launch a game on the Google play store.
Although you don't have to explicitly worry about memory management when developing for Android, you must handle the life cycle of certain objects to improve performance and ensure your app runs smoothly on devices with various memory constraints.
Theresa Neil is a strategist and designer. The core lesson she shares is that the app UX and flow should be the same but specific gesture interactions will differ.
Generate icons, frames, action bars, etc. to help spruce up your app and make it look presentable.