- 1280×720: 1280×720
- Ios 9.0.x, ios 8.4.x, ios 8.3.x, ios 8.2.x, ios 8.1.x, ios 8.0.x: iOS 9.0.x, iOS 8.4.x, iOS 8.3.x, iOS 8.2.x, iOS 8.1.x, iOS 8.0.x
- Swift 2: Swift 2
- .xib/.nib: .xib/.nib
This complete app written in Swift 2.0 allows the user to have a Photo Booth right in his/her device.
Automatically, the app takes 4 consecutive photos (the user can retake the photo if he/she don’t like them) and then shows 3 different templates the user can choose and share to any app installed in his device as Facebook, Twitter or WhatsApp.
Moreover you can almost directly built and make revenue out of this app as it also includes Google AdMob support.
iPhone & iPad support: Works on any model of this family of devices.
iOS8 & iOS9: Specially coded to work on the last OS major updates.
Flat design: It has a flat design matching current web and app design trends.?
Easy customization: It has a minimalist touch and so there only a few elements. Concerning this fact and the use of the Storyboard, it is easy to change colors and fonts.
Use of Storyboard: In order to provide a visual reference and speed up development.
Clean & commented code: The code tries to be as basic as possible and there are comments on the most important parts.
Auto resize with all devices: The UI adapts itself using NSConstraints and shows or hides certain elements to fit all screens.
Share to any app: Thanks to in-built share protocol, you can share your final image using any app installed on your device.
Take 4 photos automatically: Featuring a timer, the app takes 4 photos automatically.
Google AdMob support: We added a bottom banner to display Google AdMob ads so you can make some revenue out of this app.
CHANGELOG: Last update: 10-27-2015.
Preview before countdown: We modified the way it works and now you always have a preview before the countdown starts.
Swap between front and back camera: In any moment, the user can swap between cameras.
Six more templates added (the original ones with two new filters): Now, there are available six new templates, featuring the original ones with a mono filter and a sepia tone filter.