Apple’s New Project Catalyst will Increase Apps Availability Options for iOS and Mac

In 2018, Apple hinted at a project, Marzipan, which was intended to allow developers to share iOS apps with OS X. Whereas, recently at WWDC, Apple announced about renaming it to Project Catalyst, that will be able to work with Xcode developer tools.

It means a single development team will be enough to develop for the different ranges, iPhone, iPad, and Mac. Now the consumers will have more apps on their desktop devices as well as mobile.

Following the Project Catalyst, Twitter will be introducing native app on Mac once again and one team will be capable of managing Twitter for iPhone, iPad, and Mac.

One of the developers, Atlassian will be introducing a ticketing enterprise, JIRA Cloud, to Mac. The spokesperson of Atlassian said that using the same iOS developers, they will be developing for Mac, on the same codebase.

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