Create amazing iPhone and iPad apps with C# and .NET

Hesam Seyed Mousavi, August 26, 2013

Xamarin.iOS is a cross-platform IDE primarily designed for C# and other .NET languages. Xamarin.iOS enables developers to quickly write applications on iOS. Xamarin.iOS makes it easy for developers to port .NET applications created with Visual Studio to iOS maintaining a single code base for all platforms.


C# & .NET

Everything you love about .NET, including LINQ, Delegates and Events.

Native Code

High-performance compiled code with full access to all the native APIs, including UIKit.

Cross Platform

Easily share code between iOS, Android and Windows devices.

Cross platform development

Thinking about supporting Android in the future? Reuse up to 90% of your existing C# code when porting from iOS to Android with Xamarin.Android.

Discover iOS as you type

Explore APIs as you type with code autocompletion.

iOS 6 ready

Xamarin.iOS provides full access to iOS APIs. Take advantage of the entire spectrum of rich functionality supplied by the latest version of the platform.

Reuse existing code

Use your favorite .NET libraries in Xamarin.iOS applications. Easily bind third-party native libraries and frameworks. Or use the Xamarin Component Store, which offers dozens of third-party libraries packaged for instant adoption.

Xcode 4 and UI designer integration

Use Xcode 4’s powerful UI designer to create interfaces and Storyboards that automatically sync with your Xamarin.iOS project.

Up to date

Xamarin.iOS is frequently updated and ready with all of the latest iOS features—typically on the same day that Apple releases a platform update!


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