Learn mobile app development iPhone
Develop apps for iPhone and iPad
Create mobile apps using the programming skills, knowledge and code that you already have. Your RAD Studio iOS apps will have fast native CPU performance and better security than web-based or scripting language based apps. Full visual designer for iOS user interfaces with multiple device types, resolutions, and orientations. Learn more >
Native and custom styling options
With RAD Studio, you get a full range of native styled user interface controls, including buttons, listboxes and combo boxes, to incorporate into your apps. The iOS apps you create include native platform controls like the date picker and custom picker, different keyboard types, services like notifications, and support for share sheet actions. Use pixel perfect native styles, custom styles or create your own to give your apps a unique look. Learn more >
Rapid visual development
RAD Studio delivers an enhanced and optimized developer workflow for mobile development that automates deployment and debugging on both the simulator and device. Rapidly prototype your apps with layouts for each device type and quickly go from prototype to production. Integrate feedback quickly by deploying your prototype directly onto your target device using actual framework objects and code. Learn more >
Monetize your mobile apps
Mobile apps are a revenue generating opportunity for application developers. Now you can monetize your mobile apps by integrating in app purchases and advertising. Sell content, functionality, services and subscriptions with support for iOS App Store in-app purchase and Google Play In-app Billing. Serve ads from the top ad networks (Google AdMob and Apple iAd). It's easy to add this functionality to your apps via the included TBannerAd and TInAppPurchase components.
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