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Under the Radar

By Relay FM

From development and design to marketing and support, Under the Radar is all about independent app development. It's never longer than 30 minutes. Hosted by Marco Arment and David Smith.

  1. 1.
    200: Time Flies09/16/2020
    29:43
  2. 2.
    199: Spending Dan Riccio’s 2020 Battery Surplus09/02/2020
    29:52
  3. 3.
    198: Store Wars08/20/2020
    29:48
  4. 4.
    197: iOS 14 Privacy Disclosures08/06/2020
    29:50
  5. 5.
    196: Not-So-Secret Plans07/21/2020
    29:50
  6. 6.
    195: Apple's Grand Vision of the Future07/08/2020
    29:43
  7. 7.
    194: WWDC 202006/24/2020
    29:46
  8. 8.
    193: Unproductivity06/10/2020
    29:48
  1. 9.
    192: Backporting05/27/2020
    29:43
  2. 10.
    191: Self-Imposed Constraints05/13/2020
    29:37
  3. 11.
    190: Custom Fonts04/29/2020
    29:16
  4. 12.
    189: Watchsmith04/15/2020
    29:49
  5. 13.
    188: watchOS Business Prospects04/02/2020
    29:39
  6. 14.
    187: Uncertain Times03/18/2020
    29:48
  7. 15.
    186: Replacing WWDC03/04/2020
    29:56
  8. 16.
    185: Advanced Math02/19/2020
    29:48
  9. 17.
    184: The Past and Future of the iPad02/05/2020
    29:25
  10. 18.
    183: Compatibility Contrast01/22/2020
    29:41
  11. 19.
    182: Ambitions, Goals, and Themes01/08/2020
    29:51
  12. 20.
    181: Supporting The Previous OS12/24/2019
    29:28
  13. 21.
    180: Shortcuts & Harnesses12/11/2019
    29:49
  14. 22.
    179: Silent Updates11/27/2019
    29:24
  15. 23.
    178: 16-inch MacBook Pro11/13/2019
    29:43
  16. 24.
    177: Operating in a Hostile Environment10/30/2019
    29:53
  17. 25.
    176: That's Great, Apple, But…10/18/2019
    29:52
  18. 26.
    175: Moon++10/03/2019
    29:43
  19. 27.
    174: Always-On Apple Watch09/18/2019
    29:52
  20. 28.
    173: Summer Report Card09/04/2019
    29:21
  21. 29.
    172: No News is Good News08/19/2019
    29:44
  22. 30.
    171: Customers, Audience, and Critics08/08/2019
    29:41
  23. 31.
    170: Spending Dan Riccio's Battery Surplus07/24/2019
    29:39
  24. 32.
    169: The End of an App's Life07/10/2019
    29:46
  25. 33.
    168: Working While Traveling06/26/2019
    29:37
  26. 34.
    167: The WWDC Hangover06/12/2019
    29:41
  27. 35.
    166: API Wish List05/29/2019
    29:27
  28. 36.
    165: WWDC 2018 Year in Review05/15/2019
    29:22
  29. 37.
    164: Meaningless Version Numbers05/01/2019
    29:37
  30. 38.
    163: CalZones04/17/2019
    29:22
  31. 39.
    162: The Five Stages of Developing a New App04/04/2019
    29:15
  32. 40.
    161: Gears, Knobs, and Buttons03/20/2019
    29:43
  33. 41.
    160: Working Staycations03/06/2019
    29:39
  34. 42.
    159: New App02/22/2019
    29:12
  35. 43.
    158: Bundled Data02/08/2019
    29:19
  36. 44.
    157: Editorial Content01/23/2019
    29:33
  37. 45.
    156: The Nightmare After Christmas01/09/2019
    29:39
  38. 46.
    155: Difficult Bugfixes12/27/2018
    29:30
  39. 47.
    154: Knowingly Shipping Bugs12/20/2018
    29:06
  40. 48.
    153: Fear of Major Changes12/13/2018
    29:34
  41. 49.
    152: Removing the Bumpers12/05/2018
    29:00
  42. 50.
    151: Little Touches11/28/2018
    29:44
  43. 51.
    150: Showing Up Every Week11/21/2018
    29:33
  44. 52.
    149: Algorithms11/15/2018
    29:06
  45. 53.
    148: Low-Work Mode11/08/2018
    29:52
  46. 54.
    147: New MacBook Air, Mac Mini, and iPad Pro11/01/2018
    29:46
  47. 55.
    146: Ethical Monetization10/24/2018
    29:49
  48. 56.
    145: Custom Apple Watch Faces10/17/2018
    29:51
  49. 57.
    144: Concerns About the Future10/10/2018
    29:18
  50. 58.
    143: Implementing Step-Counting10/04/2018
    29:35
  51. 59.
    142: Passion Projects09/26/2018
    29:32
  52. 60.
    141: Implementing Search09/20/2018
    29:52
  53. 61.
    140: The Mad Rush09/14/2018
    29:43
  54. 62.
    139: Taking Breaks09/07/2018
    29:20
  55. 63.
    138: watchOS 506/28/2018
    29:13
  56. 64.
    137: iOS 12 and App Review Changes06/21/2018
    29:38
  57. 65.
    136: Freshly Cleared Decks06/14/2018
    29:30
  58. 66.
    135: On the Street at WWDC 201806/05/2018
    28:40
  59. 67.
    134: WWDC Tips05/30/2018
    29:46
  60. 68.
    133: Collective Bargaining05/25/2018
    29:39
  61. 69.
    132: Accessibility05/16/2018
    28:06
  62. 70.
    131: Dot-App and Microsoft's 95%05/10/2018
    29:49
  63. 71.
    130: Lightning Round V05/03/2018
    28:59
  64. 72.
    129: Lightning Round IV04/27/2018
    29:53
  65. 73.
    128: Lightning Round III: Servers04/19/2018
    29:05
  66. 74.
    127: Lightning Round II04/13/2018
    29:48
  67. 75.
    126: Retention04/05/2018
    29:41
  68. 76.
    125: Privacy Policies and GDPR03/29/2018
    29:34
  69. 77.
    124: Sleep++ and Permission Prompts03/23/2018
    29:43
  70. 78.
    123: WWDC 2018 Preview, Watch Stats03/16/2018
    29:06
  71. 79.
    122: Ten Years of the iPhone SDK03/08/2018
    29:25
  72. 80.
    121: Fear and Change03/01/2018
    27:53
  73. 81.
    120: Productivity by Inefficiency02/23/2018
    29:16
  74. 82.
    119: Second Locations02/15/2018
    29:28
  75. 83.
    118: Original Research02/09/2018
    29:25
  76. 84.
    117: The iMac Pro02/01/2018
    29:29
  77. 85.
    116: The Going Indie Spreadsheet, Part 201/25/2018
    29:48
  78. 86.
    115: The Going Indie Spreadsheet, Part 101/18/2018
    29:40
  79. 87.
    114: Platform Wish List for 201801/12/2018
    29:39
  80. 88.
    113: Grading the App Store in 201701/05/2018
    29:46
  81. 89.
    112: Ideal vs. Pragmatic12/29/2017
    28:09
  82. 90.
    111: Universal Mac Apps?12/21/2017
    29:18
  83. 91.
    110: Workouts++ 2.0 Launch Diary12/14/2017
    29:29
  84. 92.
    109: Search Ads in Practice12/08/2017
    29:42
  85. 93.
    108: Punch-List Mode11/30/2017
    29:36
  86. 94.
    107: Free with Benefits11/22/2017
    29:44
  87. 95.
    106: Long Projects11/16/2017
    29:49
  88. 96.
    105: iPhone X Reality11/09/2017
    29:40
  89. 97.
    104: Public Beta Testing with Slack11/02/2017
    29:45
  90. 98.
    103: Usability-First Design10/26/2017
    29:30
  91. 99.
    102: Procrastiworking10/19/2017
    29:41
  92. 100.
    101: Anchoring vs. Simplicity10/12/2017
    29:49
  93. 101.
    100: Longevity10/05/2017
    29:31
  94. 102.
    99: Effecting Change09/28/2017
    29:16
  95. 103.
    98: The Accidental Episode09/20/2017
    28:40
  96. 104.
    97: iPhone X and LTE Watches09/15/2017
    29:02
  97. 105.
    96: Risky Business09/08/2017
    29:35
  98. 106.
    95: Privacy and Responsibility09/01/2017
    29:25
  99. 107.
    94: Release Notes08/24/2017
    29:52
  100. 108.
    93: New Screen Sizes08/18/2017
    29:12
  101. 109.
    92: Notifications to Increase Engagement08/11/2017
    29:33
  102. 110.
    91: Removing Features08/03/2017
    29:30
  103. 111.
    90: Trademarks07/26/2017
    28:53
  104. 112.
    89: Computers for the Self-Employed07/19/2017
    29:58
  105. 113.
    88: Working From Home07/12/2017
    29:48
  106. 114.
    87: Old Code Vs. New APIs07/06/2017
    29:34
  107. 115.
    86: iOS 11 App Store Pages06/29/2017
    29:41
  108. 116.
    85: iOS 1106/22/2017
    29:47
  109. 117.
    84: WWDC Wrap-Up, watchOS 406/15/2017
    29:45
  110. 118.
    83: Live at CocoaConf06/09/2017
    29:45
  111. 119.
    82: WWDC Wish List06/01/2017
    29:49
  112. 120.
    81: Profiling05/25/2017
    29:40
  113. 121.
    80: Debugging05/18/2017
    29:46
  114. 122.
    79: New Discovery Metrics05/11/2017
    29:38
  115. 123.
    78: Difficult Indulgences05/04/2017
    29:29
  116. 124.
    77: iTunes Connect, Part II04/26/2017
    29:28
  117. 125.
    76: iTunes Connect, Part I04/20/2017
    29:21
  118. 126.
    75: Responding to Reviews04/13/2017
    29:49
  119. 127.
    74: Taxes & Accounting04/06/2017
    29:52
  120. 128.
    73: WWDC Event Planning03/29/2017
    29:48
  121. 129.
    72: Selling Apps03/22/2017
    29:40
  122. 130.
    71: Apps as Annuities03/17/2017
    29:50
  123. 131.
    70: The Hacks We Ship03/08/2017
    29:55
  124. 132.
    69: Features You Don't Want03/02/2017
    29:23
  125. 133.
    68: Overcast 302/22/2017
    29:42
  126. 134.
    67: Dealing with Old Code02/16/2017
    29:47
  127. 135.
    66: State of Swift02/10/2017
    29:27
  128. 136.
    65: Getting Sherlocked02/02/2017
    28:19
  129. 137.
    64: App Store Reviews, Redux01/26/2017
    29:29
  130. 138.
    63: Missing Skills01/19/2017
    28:36
  131. 139.
    62: App Store Reviews01/12/2017
    29:28
  132. 140.
    61: Back to Work01/05/2017
    28:45
  133. 141.
    60: Transferable Skills12/29/2016
    29:24
  134. 142.
    59: Launch Day Diary12/22/2016
    26:54
  135. 143.
    58: Prerelease Testing12/15/2016
    29:41
  136. 144.
    57: Secrecy12/08/2016
    29:15
  137. 145.
    56: Surviving the Winter12/02/2016
    29:58
  138. 146.
    55: Black Friday Sale11/25/2016
    26:16
  139. 147.
    54: Parametric Design11/17/2016
    29:16
  140. 148.
    53: Seasonality11/11/2016
    28:18
  141. 149.
    52: Learning, Sometimes Willingly11/03/2016
    29:50
  142. 150.
    51: Speaking at Conferences10/27/2016
    29:58
  143. 151.
    50: Checking the Weather for the Last Time10/21/2016
    29:56
  144. 152.
    49: App Store Search Ads10/13/2016
    29:27
  145. 153.
    48: Late Bloomers10/06/2016
    29:35
  146. 154.
    47: Data Persistence09/29/2016
    29:47
  147. 155.
    46: Legacy Support09/23/2016
    29:59
  148. 156.
    45: Ads ★★☆☆☆09/15/2016
    29:29
  149. 157.
    44: Fall Cleaning09/08/2016
    29:45
  150. 158.
    43: Pending An Apple Release09/01/2016
    29:53
  151. 159.
    42: Getting Next Year's Customers08/25/2016
    29:09
  152. 160.
    41: Internationalization08/17/2016
    29:57
  153. 161.
    40: Rethinking Apple Watch Apps08/11/2016
    29:17
  154. 162.
    39: Lightning Round 108/04/2016
    29:40
  155. 163.
    38: Psychological Tricks07/28/2016
    29:22
  156. 164.
    37: Code Reuse07/21/2016
    29:29
  157. 165.
    36: Should You Release Every App?07/14/2016
    29:07
  158. 166.
    35: Ideas07/07/2016
    29:39
  159. 167.
    34: tvOS 10, macOS 10.12 and Swift 306/30/2016
    29:53
  160. 168.
    33: iOS 1006/24/2016
    28:41
  161. 169.
    32: watchOS 306/17/2016
    28:48
  162. 170.
    31: Today’s App Store Announcements06/08/2016
    29:56
  163. 171.
    30: A Brief Visit to Android06/02/2016
    29:17
  164. 172.
    29: Numbers and Analytics05/26/2016
    29:05
  165. 173.
    28: Wear Your Own T-Shirt05/20/2016
    29:18
  166. 174.
    27: Fast App Review05/13/2016
    29:03
  167. 175.
    26: Wading Slowly Into AppKit05/06/2016
    29:17
  168. 176.
    25: The Calm Before the Storm04/28/2016
    28:52
  169. 177.
    24: Should You Register for a WWDC Ticket?04/19/2016
    29:24
  170. 178.
    23: Launching Activity++04/14/2016
    29:03
  171. 179.
    22: Version Control04/08/2016
    28:20
  172. 180.
    21: App Store Rejection04/01/2016
    29:44
  173. 181.
    20: Improving the App Store, Part 203/24/2016
    29:33
  174. 182.
    19: Improving the App Store, Part 103/19/2016
    28:58
  175. 183.
    18: Choosing a Pricing Model03/11/2016
    29:24
  176. 184.
    17: Work-Life Balance03/03/2016
    29:23
  177. 185.
    16: Designing for Misuse02/24/2016
    29:12
  178. 186.
    15: Marketing at Launch02/17/2016
    29:33
  179. 187.
    14: Linux Servers for App Developers02/12/2016
    29:53
  180. 188.
    13: External Dependencies02/05/2016
    29:56
  181. 189.
    12: Apps With Personality01/28/2016
    29:43
  182. 190.
    11: Ad-Funded Apps01/22/2016
    28:19
  183. 191.
    10: Designed by a Programmer01/14/2016
    29:11
  184. 192.
    9: State of the Apple Watch01/08/2016
    29:38
  185. 193.
    8: Vacation12/24/2015
    25:55
  186. 194.
    7: Building New Features12/18/2015
    27:50
  187. 195.
    6: How to Become a Programmer12/11/2015
    28:33
  188. 196.
    5: Managing Feedback12/05/2015
    25:29
  189. 197.
    4: Unexpected Complexity11/25/2015
    28:00
  190. 198.
    3: Ergonomics11/18/2015
    28:05
  191. 199.
    2: Time for Swift11/10/2015
    28:27
  192. 200.
    1: Adapting to the Market11/04/2015
    27:03

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