• Solutions Development – We Build the Apps For That

    Solutions Development – We Build the Apps For That

    Your Idea to App Store   We help you build the ideal app, get it to market effectively & grow your brand At iT Guy Technologies we help our clients get their ideas on the iPad and iPhone. We can assist you with publishing your apps; help you build them or build them for you. […]

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  • Services

    Services

    Services Mobile App Development Remote Support Off site Back Up Support Tickets Hosting and Domain Registration iPhone and iPad App Development Extend your marketing message with iPhone applications. Apps designed as a compliment to your web or publication offering. Drive traffic to your web site or clients to your store. We have published over 20 […]

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  • Our Work

    Our Work

    Our Apps Web Site Portfolio Our Clients Here are some of the web sites we have worked on. Click to see the rest here. 2life.io This site is a companion site to the 2life app and 2life Ultimate Wedding Planner app. A custom WordPress template, that not only supports the web site, but also supplies […]

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News

What’s in a name?

What’s in a name?

We’ve been operating with the trade name “iT Guy Technologies” for the past nine years. The name has served us well, particularly in the early days. We launched the company as a service and consulting company specializing in Information Technologies for the graphic arts and publishing trades. We joined the Apple Consultants Network a few […]

| April 18, 2014 | 0 Comments
Apple should allow users to review apps while they are in the app!

Apple should allow users to review apps while they are in the app!

In my experience the majority of users do not tend to share their true feelings about apps – because it is not convenient to do so. One of the most popular apps, Clash of Clans, crashes constantly, several times a day. The developers, Super Cell, get 100s of reviews a day, mostly 5-stars and very […]

| March 7, 2014 | 0 Comments
Geese Squad iOS app updated – available today.

Geese Squad iOS app updated – available today.

Geese Squad app has been updated for iOS7 and iPhone 5 compatibility. We have also enhanced some of the game play.

| February 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

Recent Apps

Cocos2d 2.x vs iOS 7

Cocos2d 2.x vs iOS 7

A quick note about getting lots of errors when building your cocos2d app under Xcode 5.1 and iOS 7.1. It took me by surprise  after updating Xcode, so I thought I post this. Cocos2D 2.x is not 64-bit ready. So you will need to set your Architecture to 32-bit. Select your target. Choose Build Settings. Change […]

| April 8, 2014 | 0 Comments
Apple should allow users to review apps while they are in the app!

Apple should allow users to review apps while they are in the app!

In my experience the majority of users do not tend to share their true feelings about apps – because it is not convenient to do so. One of the most popular apps, Clash of Clans, crashes constantly, several times a day. The developers, Super Cell, get 100s of reviews a day, mostly 5-stars and very […]

| March 7, 2014 | 0 Comments
Strombo Show Hundo List

Strombo Show Hundo List

Here’s a link to The Strombo Show Hundo List. Check out the updated Strombo Show App. Listen to the past Sunday’s broadcast (usually uploaded on Monday’s) You can also record a song request and send it along with your picture to George.

| February 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

Apple Products

Cocos2d 2.x vs iOS 7

Cocos2d 2.x vs iOS 7

A quick note about getting lots of errors when building your cocos2d app under Xcode 5.1 and iOS 7.1. It took me by surprise  after updating Xcode, so I thought I post this. Cocos2D 2.x is not 64-bit ready. So you will need to set your Architecture to 32-bit. Select your target. Choose Build Settings. Change […]

| April 8, 2014 | 0 Comments
Had enough with annoying iOS Notifications?

Had enough with annoying iOS Notifications?

If you’re like us, you (or a younger version) may have installed a Game or app on your device that insists on using Notifications. Often at the most inappropriate times. Notifications are handy for the developers to keep you engaged with their app or game. However there’s nothing worse than being notified that your “Gold […]

| January 7, 2014 | 0 Comments