Welcome to the Apple Developer app
March 30, 2021
Say hello to the latest version of the Apple Developer app. Whether you’re a computer science student in China or a veteran UI designer in Germany, the Developer app can help you make truly great apps for Mac, iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Apple TV.
Learn about new Apple technologies you can adopt in your app, best practices for implementation, and tips for tuning and optimization. Design beautiful apps that scale across all devices. Discover how developers on the App Store have approached and integrated new distribution models. And find inspiration in stories from the Apple developer community.
Find what you seek
We’ve made improvements to the look and feel of the Developer app across iPhone, iPad, and Mac to help you enjoy articles, videos, news and announcements, and past WWDC content. You can browse content more easily on iPad with a new sidebar (iPadOS 14 or later), enjoy fullscreen video content on larger Mac displays, and discover content to watch and read using the new Search area.
The Discover section of the app is regularly updated with timely, relevant, and actionable guidance for designing, developing, and marketing your apps, and we’ve made it even easier to explore more content at a glance whether you’re using the app on an iPhone, iPad, or Mac.
Catch up on the latest developer news and announcements and check out updates to our developer documentation. Get recommendations for implementing features into your app and quick tips to help you better take advantage of our developer tools. Discover the stories of the Apple developer community. And check out the latest videos about Apple technologies to help you build even more powerful and innovative apps.
Full stream ahead
The Developer app is the heart of this year’s exciting all-online WWDC experience. Join millions of developers from around the world starting June 7 for an in-depth look at the future of Apple platforms, including announcements from the Keynote and State of the Union stages, online sessions, 1:1 labs offering technical guidance, and new ways for developers to interact with Apple engineers and designers.