The latest version of Recode has an update.
The code that makes this post possible is now available.
This version of the app has been rewritten from scratch, so you can see the results of our new design decisions in the app, and see how we improved it.
In this post, I’ll give you the rundown on how the app was redesigned.
The new app is designed to be easier to use, with fewer distractions and fewer bugs.
We’re also taking the app offline for maintenance.
If you’re a new Recode reader, you can get the new app here.
I’ll show you how to get started with the new design in a moment.
Before we get started, a quick word about how we’ve redesigned the app.
We know that a lot of you like using Recode.
You’re one of the most engaged and loyal users of the site.
Recode was founded in 1998 by Mike Judge and Kara Swisher.
We are committed to giving you the most up-to-date news and stories from the tech and tech-related worlds.
We’ve built our audience and our audience is loyal.
The most recent redesign is the most visible and the most powerful.
It also makes our apps and apps experiences more useful.
To make it easier to find the best news and apps, we’ve simplified the app’s interface.
It’s no longer a grid of articles, but instead a list of links.
To get to a particular article, tap on the first item.
To find the article, hover over it, and you’ll see a menu with the title, the title of the next article, and a link to the article’s page.
You can scroll through the list of articles by tapping on the small square icon in the top-right corner.
When you’ve finished reading a article, you’ll also see a small arrow icon at the bottom of the screen that says, “Read Next.”
The design of the new Recodes app looks like this: The navigation bar has a grid-like layout with the latest stories.
When a story is published, a bar shows up next to each story.
Tap on the bar to view more stories and a timeline of the latest news.
You’ll see the most recent news in a separate bar at the top of the home screen.
You have more control over the layout of the apps by clicking the “show more” button on the top right.
There are two main ways to use the Recode app.
You use it on a mobile device, or on an iPad.
Both methods work very well, and we’re proud of the simplicity of the experience.
We recommend both.
If the user wants to read a story, he or she will tap on it in the Recodes dock, and then tap the “Read” button to start reading.
If he or her wants to look for a particular story, the app will display a search bar that’s designed to help him or her find the right story.
This is a great way to find new stories.
If a reader wants to watch a video, he will see the video in the Video app, which is a new feature that was recently added to the app and is available in both the App Store and the Google Play Store.
The app has the option to automatically pause the video or stop it, but if you want to watch more than one video at a time, you have to go to the Video section in the apps main menu.
If there are more than 20 videos in your Recode library, you may want to add the video to your library.
You will see a video feed in the upper-right of the Recoders app.
In the center of the feed is the video title, which you can tap to jump to the next video.
You don’t have to scroll to find it.
You tap the title to start the video.
When the video has finished, you will see something like this in the feed: The new Recoded app looks better and better on your mobile device.
We can’t tell you how much better it feels.
If we didn’t have the opportunity to test the new version on multiple devices, we would have left the app completely alone.
You know how we love our mobile devices, right?
We use them all the time.
We love them when they’re on a call, we love them at the gym, and they love us when they sleep.
And it’s a lot to take in all at once.
That’s why we made sure to test and optimize our app on the newest generation of phones, tablets, and PCs.
We tested on the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C, and on the iPad Air 2 and iPad Air.
In all cases, the iPhone apps were able to handle the high-resolution images, the high quality video, and the seamless integration of the App store with the Recoding apps.
The iPad apps also did a great job. In