How to transfer ios app from one developer account to another

Transfer iOS app to another account – Step By Step Many situations necessitate transferring an app to a different account. Takeovers, Mergers or Handovers to name a few. It used to be a nightmare at one point but staring June 2013, Apple made it possible for developers to transfer the ownership of iOS apps. This
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Write in different fonts on your Stories in Instagram using ‘Type’ feature

Instagram has started rolling out a new feature for its Stories called ‘Type’, which allows you to add text to your story that’s overlayed on different coloured pages. The update will roll out on both iOS and Android platforms. This new update, however, does not have anything to do with sharing of photos, which is what Instagram’s
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Sarahah app craze continues: 10 things you should know before you start using it

Sarahah has become the talk of the town. Everyone on social media, be it on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Snapchat, is talking about Sarahah, an app that allow users to send anonymous messages to others registered with the app. The key highlight of Sarahah is that it doesn’t reveal the identity of the sender of
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Does My Business Really Need A Mobile App?

If you already have a website / mobile-friendly website, is an app a necessity? Marketing Experts says you only need one if you don’t want to fall behind the competition.   The single, most popular, mobile strategy question I get asked is, “Do I really need an app?” The safest answer is always “It depends
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WhatsApp Beta released on Android

Wait a second, you might be saying, hasn’t WhatsApp been released to Android for several years? You’d be right, citizen, WhatsApp has been launched on Android for several years. What’s being announced this morning is a Beta that’s always being updated. Users that wish to participate in testing may do so. WhatsApp Beta can be
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Facebook’s React Native Comes To Android

Did you think that developing an app for Android and iOS was easy? Well, think again. Both platforms have massively different codebases, making it impossible to simply “copy and paste” code for an app. Luckily, there are numerous cross-platform developing tools to make the process easier,and Facebook has just entered theirs in to the mix.
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