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“The only thing faster than the speed of thought is the speed of forgetfulness. Good thing we have other people to help us remember.”

Here are some of the best Android and iOS newsletters written by devoted developers. Whether you are developing an Android or iOS app, if you want to get things done, follow up with new trends, and learn on-point tips and tricks, then this list will be your savior and companion.

 

 

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  1. Android Weekly

  2. The newsletter comes once a week and covers a broad range of topics like tutorials, screencasts, and news. They aggregrate everything that’s happening in the Android development world!

    Frequency: Weekly

    Curators: Martin Gauer, Sebastian Deutsch and Gyuri Grell.

     

  3. Android Central

  4. Provides you with a daily look at the latest and greatest Android news, reviews, rumors, musings, and whatever else they feel like putting in there. It’s an opt-in signup, where you choose what you want to be sent to you.

    Frequency: Daily

    Editor: Phil Nickinson

     

  5. Android Authority

  6. They gather Android and tech news and put together the most popular articles and videos of the week. They also provide giveaways and offers for their readers and followers.

    Frequency: Every Sunday

    Editor in Chief: Darcy LaCouvee

     

  7. Android Apps Weekly

  8. It’s a weekly curated publication full of interesting, relevant links related to apps. It’s part of Android Authority, but you can subscribe to this list only if you want to.

    Frequency: Every Friday

    Editor in Chief: Darcy LaCouvee

     

  9. Android Dev Digest

  10. Weekly digest of anything Android.

    Frequency: Weekly

    Curator: Donn Felker

     

     

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  11. iOS Dev Weekly

  12. Provides you with a handpicked roundup of the best iOS development links every week.

    Frequency: Every Friday

    Curator: Dave Verwer

     

  13. iOS Dev Tools

  14. The greatest iOS development tools, including websites, desktop and mobile apps, and back-end services.

    Frequency: Weekly

    Curator: Adam Swinden

     

  15. Ray Wenderlich

  16. Tutorials for iOS and game developers. Hands on and gets you going.

    Frequency: Monthly

    Curator: Ray Wenderlich

     

  17. Evolution Extinction

  18. Tech trends, disruptions, and inflection points on iOS and other technology topics.

    Frequency: Weekly

    Curator: Justin Kent

     

  19. Objc

  20. In-depth technical topics related to Objective-C. A must-read for anyone who is interested in best practices and advanced techniques.

    Frequency: Monthly

    Curators: Chris Eidhof, Daniel Eggert, Florian Kugler

     

  21. NSHipster

  22. A journal of the overlooked bits in Objective-C, Swift, and Cocoa.

    Frequency: Weekly

    Curator: Mattt Thompson

     

  23. Design Code

  24. The best resources for learning iOS design and Xcode.

    Frequency: Weekly

    Created by: Meng To

     

  25. Little Bites of Cocoa

  26. Tips and techniques for iOS and Mac development.

    Frequency: Every Weekday

    Curator: Jake Marsh

     

     

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  27. Stack Exchange

  28. It’s a network of 130+ Q&A communities including Stack Overflow, the preeminent site for programmers to find, ask, and answer questions about software development.

    Frequency: Weekly

    Created by: Joel Spolsky and Jeff Atwood

     

  29. Hackernewsletter

  30. A collection of hand-picked posts from HN. Separated into categories like code, design, fun and more, with only a few posts in each one to keep you focused.

    Frequency: Weekly

    Curator: Kale Davis

  • Marta Siek

    Hi Yasmine! Great list of useful resources, thank you for sharing. Maybe you may be interested also in Netguru newsletter (disclosure: I am a team member). Our stuff was recently featured by Little Bites of Cocoa and in the first issue of the new SwiftSandbox newsletter. Check out the last issue of our iOS Brief: http://hubs.ly/H013X4m0

    • Hey Marta, thanks for getting in touch. Looks like an insightful newsletter! Can you tell me who curates it? I can definitely update our list and add it 🙂

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  • Great list Yasmine. Thanks for sharing. Can you let me know weekly newsletters of android app reviews. The newsletters should consist of reviews curated from multiple sources.

    • Srikar, glad you liked it! To make sure I understand, you want us to list the best android app reviews newsletters?

      • Yes Yasmine. Just the newsletters that talk only about Android app reviews and nothing else. Like Android Apps weekly by Android Authority.

        In addition to that, It would be good if at least one of the newsletter contains reviews from multiple sources (like the androidweekly). (Eg; Difference is) AndroidWeekly shows dev articles from different websites, unlike Android Apps weekly where the reviews are from Android Authority only.

      • Yes Yasmine. Just the newsletters that talk only about Android app reviews and nothing else. Like Android Apps weekly by Android Authority.

        In addition to that, It would be good if at least one of the newsletter contains reviews from multiple sources (like the androidweekly). (Eg; Difference is) AndroidWeekly shows dev articles from different websites, unlike Android Apps weekly where the reviews are from Android Authority only.

        • Yasmine Helmy

          Alright Srikar, will definitely look into that and let you know when we have a concrete list!

        • Yasmine Helmy

          Srikar, check this https://www.androidpit.com/android-apps and let me know if that’s what you are looking for!