We’re delighted to announce that we’ve created some new tools that are completely free to use.
We’ll go into the rationale of each of these, why you might want to use them, and how simple they are to use. We hope you find them useful.
The iOS app icon creator
We know how tough it can be to meet Apple’s exacting standards so we created the iOS icon generator to take the manual process away from creating a large number of icons in different sizes. The tool works in such a way that you upload one image and we do the rest. All cropped, formatted, optimised and ready for adding to the App store.
The app store screenshot tool
A similar struggle to the icons are creating the screenshots that you use to show off the superb design and functionality of your new app. In a similar way we have created a tool where you can include the screenshots, colours and text you need, hit a button and we create a file with your screenshots on a device. Simply download the file and you’re all set.
A barcode generator
This is something we have been asked about by our clients and so we were happy to oblige. We created a simple tool where you can insert a list of up to 100 SKUs and we’ll provide a file of printable barcodes in the format you need.
A QR code generator
QR codes have seen a resurgence in popularity in recent years (strangely in line with the launch of the hugely popular game Pokemon Go in 2016 – source: Google Trends). Our clients have asked us to help them to incorporate QR codes into their digital strategies and as such we created a tool to easily download QR codes for use in marketing campaigns.
If you’re looking for an app developer for your next project or would like to see a different tool that you think would be helpful contact us today.
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