Our objective was to create a universal messages view for all types of communicator messaging apps. This idea was flagged by our team leader during one of our brainstorming sessions. What quickly caught our attention when we were attempting to create a user comments screen in our other project was the lack of a similar component in an open source space.
It’s true that Apple cares very much about user’s privacy. Since iOS 8.3, it’s impossible to access arbitrary data in an application’s sandbox. Additionally, developers may choose to enable “Data Protection” option for their app, which will encrypt the sandbox if the device is locked with a passcode. Nonetheless, some extra protection wouldn’t hurt, if it didn’t involve too much work.
Intensive development of mobile applications has taken place at PGS Software during last year. We have completed numerous projects not only for our customers (e.g. iDoMove), but we have also devoted time to internal projects. We have placed almost 30 our own applications in App Store some of which have…