Develop Apps for Mac OS X with RAD Studio

Building your app in RAD Studio eliminates the need to engage in multiple development efforts for the same application on multiple devices. This means you get to market faster on multiple devices for the first release – and every release after that – while keeping costs down.

Create your apps once and click to compile to Android, iOS, Windows & OS X

Develop for Windows and Mac OS XRAD Studio speeds and simplifies OS X application development for Windows developers. Delivering a true native OS X version of your FireMonkey application is as simple as choosing Mac OS X as an additional target platform and clicking to compile – no extra development team required!

Develop apps for OS X Mavericks and MacBook Pro Retina Display

Develop apps for MacBooks with Retina DisplayWith Delphi and C++Builder in RAD Studio, you can develop apps for multiple versions of OS X, including the most recent version, OS X 10.9 Mavericks and the previous version, OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion. The apps you create with RAD Studio and the FireMonkey framework will automatically display in high definition on systems with Retina Display.

Pixel Perfect Native OS X User Experience

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Deliver your apps via the Mac App Store

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Create apps for all platforms, with just one coding effort on your part, making your job easier but your results more impressive at the same time.