Under the Radar

From development and design to marketing and support, Under the Radar is all about independent app development. It's never longer than 30 minutes. Hosted by David Smith and Marco Arment.

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      Under the Radar 98: The Accidental Episode


      An "off-the-air" discussion working through the challenges of standalone Apple Watch podcast playback.

      This episode of Under the Radar is sponsored by:Linode: High performance SSD Linux servers for all of your infrastructure needs. Get a $20 credit with promo code ‘radar2017’Links and Show NotesEpisode Transcript


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      Under the Radar 97: iPhone X and LTE Watches


      New design challenges to tackle for the iPhone X, and new potential unlocked by the Apple Watch Series 3 with LTE.

      This episode of Under the Radar is sponsored by:Linode: High performance SSD Linux servers for all of your infrastructure needs. Get a $20 credit with promo code ‘radar2017’Links and Show NotesEpisode TranscriptDavid's Article about the new LTE Apple Watch


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      Under the Radar 96: Risky Business


      Building apps for popular third-party services, or in opportune but high-risk areas.

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      Under the Radar 95: Privacy and Responsibility


      The responsibilities we have to ensure that we're protecting and respecting our users' privacy when we embed third-party code in our apps.

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      Under the Radar 94: Release Notes


      Effectively communicating changes and improvements to our apps via release notes.

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      29m
       2017-08-24

      Under the Radar 93: New Screen Sizes


      Supporting multiple screen sizes and device types, and strategies to make adoption of new sizes easier.

      This episode of Under the Radar is sponsored by:Xojo: Create native cross-platform desktop, web, mobile & Raspberry Pi apps. Use code RADAR for 20% off any licence.Links and Show NotesEpisode Transcript


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      29m
       2017-08-18

      Under the Radar 92: Notifications to Increase Engagement


      Using notifications to bring users back to your app without being spammy or annoying.

      This episode of Under the Radar is sponsored by:Xojo: Create native cross-platform desktop, web, mobile & Raspberry Pi apps. Use code RADAR for 20% off any licence.Links and Show NotesEpisode Transcript


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      29m
       2017-08-11

      Under the Radar 91: Removing Features


      Deciding to remove a feature, or having that decision made for you.

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      29m
       2017-08-03

      Under the Radar 90: Trademarks


      What trademarks do, searching for conflicts before you name something, and whether indies should file for their own.

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       2017-07-26

      Under the Radar 89: Computers for the Self-Employed


      Which Mac models are usable for software development, and the benefits and drawbacks of using desktops, laptops, or both.

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      29m
       2017-07-19