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A new OS X app that lets you browse and follow the discussions in the Swift mailing lists such as Swift-Evolution or Swift-Dev. Hirundo makes accessing the information you need much more convenient than the web archive by including full search of everything posted to the lists, bookmarking of any message or thread, and ranking that highlights the most discussed threads. If the lists get a bit much, you can also mute specific threads so they don't appear in the lists, or favourite certain authors to jump straight to their posts.
A Hacker News style website to share links to interesting Swift resources like tutorials, blog posts, GitHub projects, iOS API news, related open source Swift developments, Swift Linux news and more. Once you've connected your GitHub or Twitter account, SwiftWatch lets you post links, up-vote and comment. Like Hacker News, posted links can be viewed by popularity based on up-votes or chronologically, or you can subscribe to the site's RSS feed.
An iOS app that lets you keep up with the Swift programming language mailing lists on the go on iPhone and iPad. Charter gives you access to the Swift Evolution (swift-evolution), Swift Users (swift-users), and Swift Dev (swift-dev) mailing lists, with messages threaded together to make discussion easy to follow. You can download the list contents to read online and offline and view emails by message thread to follow the conversation. Excessively long quotes in emails are truncated to remove noise, making it easier to follow along.
A free weekly email of hand picked iOS development links with sections on News, Tools, Code, Design and Business. Published every Friday by Dave Verwer.