Lately I’ve taken to subscribing to newsletters to get my fix of news. The emails are usually full of well curated content and I prefer it over RSS and even Twitter, sometimes. With this, I’ve found a few relating to iOS that you might find useful too.
iOS Dev Weekly
iOS Dev Weekly is a curated feed of iOS Development news by Dave Verwer. I love getting this in my inbox and it’s full of Dave’s commentary, jobs listings, new tools and usually a funny tweet or two. It’s also worth mentioning that Dave built Curated, the platform that powers these emails. Worth a look if you’re thinking of starting your own.
This Week in Swift
Objc.io is a book and newsletter from Chris Eidhof, Daniel Eggert, and Florian Kugler. While they’ve stopped writing new issues for now, they have created some long form books. The old issues are solid reading though on a variety of topics, usually tackling one issue at a time.
The iOS Times
Reader Suggestion: State of the Union
State of the Union is produced by Konstantin Gonikman. I’m a new subscriber to this one, too. However, it looks like a solid newsletter, with emphasis on not repeating other links and brief commentary. Thanks to Konstantin for the suggestion.
Reader Suggestion: iOS Goodies
iOS Goodies is a weekly iOS newsletter curated by Rui Peres and Tiago Almeida. It has articles, tools and controls, stories about business and even tips for UI and UX. It of course, has some “goodies” also. Thanks to Rui Barbosa for the suggestion.
Reader Suggestion: Indie iOS Focus Weekly
Reader Suggestion: iOS Dev Nuggets
iOS Dev Nuggets is a weekly email with just a single, short and easy to read tip on iOS. Formerly iOS Dev Tips Weekly, it’s now rebranded with a back-catalog of over 150 issues! Thanks to the author, Hwee-Boon Yar for the suggestion.
Go ahead and subscribe to these newsletters! More often than not, these are people volunteering their time to put these together. Subscribers are a great motivation for them to keep up the good work!
Did I miss something? Let me know and I’ll check it out and add it!
These ones came in from comments or tweet replies that are worth checking out, even if they’re not strictly newsletters.