Some of the best basic iPhone apps hitting the iOS App Store (s aapl) lately aren’t from the iPhone maker, but from one of its biggest rivals. Google (s goog), which recently launched or relaunched a series of well-received apps for Apple’s flagship devices, is now courting Apple developers, in addition to wooing Apple users over to Android.
This week, the company published a recruiting video for an in-house iOS developer team, as noted by 9to5Mac. This video is just the latest part of a recent push from Google emphasizing its commitment to Apple’s platform after its Google Maps and YouTube apps were dumped from their default presence on iOS devices this summer. Google acted shocked and semi-insecure (publicly, at least) when Apple made it known that both apps would no longer come preinstalled on its devices.
Away from the public war of words, Google has not only recovered from the fallout…
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