This article was written by Scott Schulte, VP of Developer Networking, Apple.
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Apple is the developer of Apple Developer Network and Domino Network, which are both built on the same technology.
Domino is a popular mobile network management tool that lets you share apps and networks across iOS devices.
Apple offers two other networks in the App Store: the Apple DevNet Network, for developers and other Apple devices, and the Apple Network, designed for developers who need access to network management for the Mac, OS X, and Windows platforms.
Apple DevNet is a mobile network for developers that provides access to Apple apps and services for their Mac and OS X devices.
The Apple Network is a network for the developer community for use on macOS, OS, and Linux devices.
Apple Network is compatible with iOS devices running iOS 6 and later and can run on iOS 8.1 and later devices.
Domino Network is an enterprise network for Apple iOS devices and Macs.
It offers access to applications and data for enterprise users, as well as network management capabilities for developers, but it does not offer access to services like web and messaging for Macs or iOS devices that do not run iOS.
Apple Developer Network provides network management and monitoring capabilities for Mac, iOS, and Android devices, including access to the iOS App Store and Apple Developer API, as required for network management.
Domo is designed to be used in combination with Apple Devnet, which is designed for Mac developers.
Apple App Store developer networkApple Devnet is an easy-to-use mobile network that provides a centralized point-to, point-out, and remote location for apps.
Dominos network can be used to share applications and networks over the Internet, and Apple DevNET is an open network for iOS developers.
Domina is a new network for Mac users and OSX users that provides an easy and seamless way to connect to and manage networks on multiple Macs and iOS devices at once.
The Apple App Store Developer Network is available for Mac and Mac OS X users only.
Apple Dev Net is also available for iOS users, but is not compatible with apps that require access to a Web API, or access to other apps.
Dominos network supports network management, as does Apple Dev Network.
Dominos network is compatible only with Mac and iOS apps.
The Domino Developer Network also includes the Apple App Stores network management features that Apple Dev, Domino, and Dominys provide.
Domini is a standalone network for Android, and it works with Google Play and Microsoft Azure apps.
Apple app store networkApple App Stores is a cross-platform app store that connects users to other users and applications on their devices.
Apps can share data and access networks, but apps can also manage network permissions.
Apple has partnered with Domino to provide the Apple Developer network, which can be a good solution for a network manager that is designed specifically for the mobile platform.
Domínys network management is available on iOS, Mac, and OS-X.
Domos network is not available for mobile devices on iOS devices or Macs, and apps cannot manage network access.
Dominas network also requires Apple Appstore.
Domini is an iOS and Mac app that works with Domina.
The Domino network is designed by Domino and is compatible for iOS, OS-x, and Mac devices.
Domínís network is available only for Mac.
Apple network managementApple Network provides an app network for users who need to control access to apps, but can also be used for network administration or to manage network settings for developers.
Apple is the network provider for Apple apps on iOS and OS devices.
Apps that are on your device are managed in Domino’s network and can be accessed by Domina apps.
Apps on the iOS device can be shared with other apps in Dominís app network.
Domios network lets you manage apps and apps on your iOS devices, OS devices, Macs , and Mac-based devices.
The following apps are compatible with Domini:Adobe Reader (Adobe is an investor in Apple)Bing (Apple is a major investor in Domini)BuzzFeed (Apple’s advertising subsidiary)Calculator (Apple)Evernote (Apple and Google’s collaboration apps)Epson (Apple apps)Foursquare (Apple mobile app)Facebook (Apple app)Twitter (Apple, Google, and Facebook apps)Word (Google and Facebook app)Zendesk (Google apps)Other apps are not compatible, but they can be managed by the Domini apps on any iOS device.
Domios App Network is not designed for iOS devices in DomiOS mode.
Domico App Network and Apple AppStore are not designed to run on iPhones, iPads, or iPod Touch devices.