iPhone X Apps Now Widely Rolling Out on App Store Ahead of Device's Launch Tomorrow

An increasing number of developers have updated their apps over the past few days with support for the iPhone X's new screen dimensions. We've rounded up some of the more popular titles below ahead of the device's launch tomorrow.


Apple has highlighted many other apps ready for the device in a "Great on iPhone X" section on the App Store, including Afterlight 2, Citymapper, Launch Center Pro, Netflix, Twitter, CARROT Weather, Wikipedia, and Yelp.

Apple has been encouraging developers to optimize their apps for the iPhone X for weeks, so there are likely dozens if not hundreds of other apps ready for the device. If you know of any others, be sure to share them in the comments section.

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32 months ago
Also updated my app Only One ('https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/only-one/id681646403?ls=1&mt=8') and snuck in an optional notch hider (shhh.. don't tell Apple). It hasn't been tested on a real device yet, but I felt the notch would be a huge distraction to the game and generally any landscape app that I included it and you can judge for yourself!



Notch hider must be turned on in the game settings
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32 months ago
I think Facebook is still working on updating the iPad Pro app in late 2019, we should see the iPhone X update no later than 2022.
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32 months ago
Halide really is an insanely great example of UI design for X imo.
https://twitter.com/halidecamera/status/926149753385074688
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32 months ago
Pays off big time to update your app. Getting featured can mean thousands or even tens of thousands of new sales.
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32 months ago

Also updated my app Only One ('https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/only-one/id681646403?ls=1&mt=8') and snuck in an optional notch hider (shhh.. don't tell Apple). It hasn't been tested on a real device yet, but I felt the notch would be a huge distraction to the game and generally any landscape app that I included it and you can judge for yourself!

I really appreciate given the option to switch between a notched and notchless landscape mode as the user, and will probably give your app a try despite not hearing about it before. At least the user gets to choose where/when they have the notch if they like it or not rather than being shoehorned into it.

Granted, once Apple has discovered that you've done this they'll probably make you take it out unfortunately.
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32 months ago
Glad to see Google Photos is on there. Will make uploading comparison photo shots a lot easier for me ;) .

Good list so far.
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