As iOS developers, Xcode is the de-facto standard for building iOS apps. I’ve started iOS development when Xcode 3 was the latest release, and we’ve certainly come a far way since then. Especially in the past year, the team has added a bunch of really amazing features, from SwiftUI previews and matching refactorings to a much improved version control integration. But there are still some things that other IDEs are better at. JetBrains’ IDEs are well-known for their powerful refactorings, and AppCode is no exception. In addition to this, the latest release supports Swift 5.4, and integrates the latest version of Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile - which shows a live translation from Kotlin to Swift, making it easier for Kotlin developers to make the switch to Swift. How about you - do use any IDEs other than Xcode for your iOS development? Leave your vote on this poll!