Podcasts for iOS developers making their own apps

Business / iOS

Honestly, I never used to listen to podcasts until about a year ago. I suddenly found that I did have the time to listen to content as I started going to the gym, and I realised how incredibly valuable the content could be.

I’m listening to quite a few at the moment centred around iOS development, design and business. I cannot recommend enough that you pick up some of these and listen regularly if you care about the iOS and Mac ecosystems and related design and business issues.

Dan Benjamin’s 5by5 network is full of goodies beyond what I have listed, and Mike Monteiro’s Mule radio also have a fairly broad catalogue.

There’s plenty more out there – a good tip is to listen out for recommendations from the presenters of these podcasts.

The Author

Marc Palmer (Twitter, Mastodon) is a consultant and software engineer specialising in Apple platforms. He currently works on the iOS team of Concepts sketching app, as well as his own apps like video subtitle app Captionista. He created the Flint open source framework. He can also do a pretty good job of designing app products. Don't ask him to draw anything, because that's really embarrassing. You can find out more here.