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  • Apple invests in Indian developers with a new app accelerator - Engadget

    Apple invests in Indian developers with a new app accelerator - Engadget;

    In a bid to take advantage of India's growing developer community, Apple opened the doors to an App Accelerator in Bangalore today. True to its name, it'll serve as a place to speed up app development with weekly training, guidance and one-on-one app ...and more »

  • Indian coders to get support for iOS apps - The Hindu

    Indian coders to get support for iOS apps - The Hindu;

    Apple Inc, the maker of the iPhone, announced the opening of its App Accelerator in Bengaluru. The company said that the accelerator would provide specialised support for developers making apps on its mobile operating system iOS, which is the ...and more »

  • Apple's iOS App Accelerator in Bengaluru Now Open for Business - Yahoo News

    Apple's iOS App Accelerator in Bengaluru Now Open for Business - Yahoo News;

    Apple Inc on Friday announced the opening of 'App Accelerator' in Bengaluru, an initiative that will provide support to Indian developers and enable them to transform the design and performance of their apps on its mobile operating system iOS.and more »

  • Making good on promises, Apple opens first app accelerator in Bengaluru - YourStory.com

    Making good on promises, Apple opens first app accelerator in Bengaluru - YourStory.com;

    On Friday, technology behemoth Apple announced the opening of its App Accelerator in Bengaluru, which will provide specialised support for developers on Apple's iOS platform. According to an official release from Apple, this support will include tools ...and more »

  • Apple to inaugurate its first App Accelerator in India - The Tech Portal

    Apple to inaugurate its first App Accelerator in India - The Tech Portal;

    In line with MNC attempts to capitalize on the grossly untapped Indian talent, Apple is extending its investments in the Indian ecosystem by launching the first App Accelerator in Bengaluru. The intent of opening this program was announced back in May ...and more »

  • Apple opens its App Accelerator in India - TechCrunch

    Apple opens its App Accelerator in India - TechCrunch;

    Apple is investing into the Indian ecosystem by opening its first App Accelerator in Bengaluru. The company announced plans to open this program back in May 2016. Developers who sign up will get support from Apple's team in India. Apple engineers will ...and more »

  • Apple opens its Accelerator program in Bengaluru - Times of India

    Apple opens its Accelerator program in Bengaluru - Times of India;

    NEW DELHI: Apple announced the opening of its App Accelerator in Bengaluru, which will provide specialised support for developers, including tools and best practices to hone their skills and transform the design, quality and performance of their apps ...and more »

  • Apple debuts App Accelerator in Bangalore as Phil Schiller visits India - AppleInsider (press release) (blog)

    Apple debuts App Accelerator in Bangalore as Phil Schiller visits India - AppleInsider (press release) (blog);

    Apple on Friday inaugurated its promised App Accelerator center in Bangalore, India, which will support developers through means like talks by experts and one-on-one app reviews. Some developers such as Practo and Reliance Games have already made ...and more »

  • Apple launches app accelerator in Bangalore - Tech in Asia

    Apple launches app accelerator in Bangalore - Tech in Asia;

    Apple has launched its app accelerator in Bangalore. Tim Cook had announced it during his visit to India last year, and now it is up and running. This is the first country outside the US where Apple has set this up. “In just the first few weeks, we've ...and more »

  • Apple Just Opened A Center In India To Help Indian Developers Make Better Apps - BuzzFeed News

    Apple Just Opened A Center In India To Help Indian Developers Make Better Apps - BuzzFeed News;

    The App Accelerator in Bengaluru will hold specialized briefing sessions with over 500 developers each week as they build software for iPhones, iPads, Macs, Apple TVs, and Apple Watches. posted on Mar. 31, 2017, at 4:44 a.m.. Pranav Dixit. BuzzFeed ...and more »