By now you’ve probably seen the headlines about Apple’s decision to stop supporting Apple TV apps on iOS, and many of you have also seen Apple’s response.
While the announcement may have been disappointing, it wasn’t completely unexpected, as it’s not unusual for Apple to stop making new Apple TV versions, but the company usually does it with one or two weeks’ notice.
While it’s unlikely Apple will stop supporting the hardware of its Apple TV streaming device any time soon, there are a few apps that are still available for developers to use.
There are a handful of apps available for iOS, however, that are great for developers, and there’s a handful that are available on Android.
This is because the vast majority of iOS developers have a solid foundation in iOS and they’re willing to invest time and resources into creating great apps for their platforms.
And that’s not all, of course.
In the past, there have been some fantastic iOS apps available on the Google Play Store, but now it’s becoming more and more difficult to find great iOS apps.
Developers are not only being asked to create great apps on their iOS devices, but they’re also being asked by Apple to put their apps on the new Apple devices.
With the iOS 9.2.2 update, developers can now install apps from the new Google Play store, and the only restriction is that they have to include a link to the app in the app description.
This change is a huge step forward for iOS developers, as the Google app marketplace has been extremely helpful in helping to bring some of the best Android apps to iOS.
And it makes it easier for developers and developers to work together to create the apps we’ve come to expect.
If you’re a developer and you’re looking to get started, these are the top 10 iOS apps that will give you the best start in creating great iOS games.
And as always, let us know what you think in the comments.
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