For a project I need to implement an augmented reality feature inside a native iOS application. We chose to go with Unity3D and Vuforia to do the augmented reality bit, as it’s free and lots of people are saying it’s the best solution. The only problem when working with Unity3D is that the exported iOS project is not easy to implement in an existing project as we only need Unity3D for 2 views inside a project with some dozen other native UIViews. Continue reading Add Unity3D in a native iOS application
We’ve been working around the clock last month to push out a new version of ‘This is how I learn my ABC’.
By popular demand the app has now become an universal app, which means it will run on your iPad, but also on your iPhone now … for free :-)!
If you go to the App Store on your iPhone and you have purchased the iPad version you will see a ‘Buy’ button, but don’t worry, just purchase the app and Apple will show you a message which says ‘You have already purchased this application, this upgrade is for free’.
The app has been totally rewritten for iOS7 using Apple’s new gaming framework SpriteKit to get optimal performance and we’ve added new goodies as more sounds and animations. Game Center integration is also available so try to unlock all the achievements!
Go check it out on the App Store!
In the meanwhile we are working very hard on another big update which will fulfil the second biggest demand … the Dutch version! This will also come as a free update 🙂
Bart De Keyzer and I released our new iPad app this morning. This is how I learn my ABC is an educational app for kids to learn the alphabet in a playful way!
I hope you guys like it, you can visit the website here!