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Creating next-gen iOS app for remote working: Indian developers take the lead

Remote working can become a new normal and as such, Indian developers have come up with a
number of world-class apps for the iOS ecosystem.

Remote working can become a new normal and as such, Indian developers have come up with a
number of world-class apps for the iOS ecosystem which will be significant in contributing to work
from home.

For instance, ‘Enpass Password Manager’ has been created by developers Vinod Kumar and Hemant
Kumar and this will allow users to safely store passwords and documents. This app works on Mac,
iPhone, Watch and iPadOS.

‘Calzy’ is another app which is a modern calculator and can be put into use on an everyday basis.
This has been developed by Chennai-based Raja Vijayaraman, whose VFX work was part of
Rajinikanth-starrer film ‘Robot’. The app was developed on Swift helps perform the daily
mathematical calculation in a far-more nuanced way.

There is one particular feature which is called “Memory Area” where a user can store multiple
numerical values and then put it to use across different multiple calculating sessions with a simple
drag and drop interaction.

The “LookUp” app is another easy-to-use English dictionary app which has an interactive ‘Word of
the Day’ illustrations. Here are functions which will allow you to know more about a word in one
single search.

“It’s a great reading companion for avid readers, and a visual learning tool for kids, new English
speakers, or just about anyone looking to proactively build their vocabulary,” said Vidit Bhargava
who developed the app.

There is yet another app which called ‘Noteshelf’ and it is a digital note-taking app. It has been
developed by Fluid Touch, a Hyderabad-based company. This app helps take handwritten notes
which is very similar to a piece of paper.

“You can type, annotate PDFs and record audio. Apple’s App Accelerator played a key role in helping us develop the app,” said Fluid Touch CEO Rama Krishna.

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