iOS is a mobile phone and tablet operating system built by Apple, Inc. It is a light weight touch screen OS based on the Mac OS UNIX called Darwin.

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Where to place call to action on the iOS mobile form?

I've simple password change form. I'm wondering where to place call to action buttons. 1 option: big blue call to action is placed under the text fields focus on the first text field - we display ...
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How do I edit a table of text items in IOS

I am looking for help editing a list of text items (names) in a table in IOS. I am using a simple table that displays the name of an item(first mockup). Currently, I allow the user to enter Edit ...
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iOS app webviews - how to show the equivalent of multiple tabs on the desktop

I have a website that shows a list of news stories, much like Hacker News. Users can upvote stories, or they can click each headline to be taken to the actual news story on the external website. I ...
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Is a menubar at the bottom of the screen not too much iOS6?

i need to design a mobile travel app and have quite a lot of functionalities to incorporate. I 'm thinking of hiding most of them in a top menu 'more' button. But i also like to leave the most used ...
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IOS user experience for allowing user to change map type

I am learning Google Map SDK and I would like to allow the customer to change the map's type. I thought that making a drop down list is helpful, but I see that Apple doesn't make a drop down list but ...
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How to indicate that a list view can be swiped to reveal controls?

I would like some advice on any approach which is conventionally used for indicating that swiping sideways will reveal buttons. I need to answer this design issue both for iOS and Android although ...
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iOS: Alternatives to UITabBarController

I do have an iPhone and iPad native application that mainly consists in a login screen after which comes a UITabBarController with 5 options/parts. My problem now is that I am about to include new ...
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Back button in Navigation Drawer on iOS?

Description: The Navigation Drawer pattern of Android fits my needs pretty good. The app includes several applications. Within applications there are several tabs and the user can open additional ...
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Are the majority of Mobile Users familiar with the meaning of their platforms' “share / action” icons?

I have a hunch that this is a bit like double-clicking the home button on iOS, in that only the minority of tech-savvy users know about it. Successful apps that involve sharing as a core feature ...
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iOS design ideas for photography app menu

I am designing a photography app for my friend's Facebook page where there is a weekly theme and members of the group submit photos that relate to the theme. I am displaying photos in a table view ...
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Select/deselect all in iOS usability

I am creating a screen that requires selection by an item and all/none items with latter buttons being in the toolbar at the bottom. The problem is with accessibility labels. Quote from Apple docs on ...
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Best practice for representing iOS system apps (Settings or Messages) in your app's UI

In the app we're currently developing, part of the work flow involves redirection to the Settings app and the Messages systems apps (don't get me started on the UX of that. I've tried...). Anyway, ...
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sign up flows with in modal screen flow

Designing a setting screen for an application on iPad in a modal where some nested screens require login to enter. I would like to get an opinion on how unnatural it may seem for a user if a sign up ...
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Going mobile : porting complex forms with logic

we are preparing a mobile version of our system (will be native iOS app). The system uses complex forms with many rules that allow/disallow saving. I'll try to explain this on the example of ...