Nov 11th 2017 • Removed 'openShareMenu()' from the 'shareButt()' method in ImageEditor.swift • Edited the 'openShareMenu()' method in ImageEditor.swift in order to open a UIDocumentInteractionController to share your pictures to Instagram and more apps
Sep 28th 2017 • Updated to Xcode 9, Swift 4, iOS 11 • Set Swift 3 @objc Inference as Default in Build Settings • Changed UIAlertView instances into UIAlertController code in ImageEditor.swift • Edited 'imagePickerController()' delegate method in ImageEditor.swift • Removed the Social framework and the shareView with all its buttons in the Storyboard, removed all IBAction functions and implemented the UIActivityViewController sharing code into openShareMenu() function in ImageEditor.swift (this is because iOS 11 doesn't support Social framework anymore) • Added a 1125x2436px png image (iPhone X launch image) into Images.xcassets -> LaunchImage image set • Adjusted some views in the Storyboard, because of iPhone X layout • Edited the 'func showBanner()' method in order to display banner ads properly in iPhone X • Unchecked the Runtime API Checking | Main Thread Checker in Edit Scheme -> Diagnostics, accordingly to this post: https://stackoverflow.com/a/44392584/3724800
Overr is an App Template for all iPhones (no iPad) where you can quickly apply text over your pictures, take them with the camera or pick ‘em from the Photo library and use the nice hiding menu to select the text color (with a color picker bar – drag your finger over the desired color), size, font or even replace the current image.
Overr is a native XCode project, Swift language, Storyboard, for all iPhones, super easy to customize.
- XCode 9.x project – Swift – 64bit
- iOS 8.0+ – All iPhones – Storyboard
- Admob banners
- Quickly place text over your pictures
- Share your works to social networks, Mail and sms
- PDF User Guide and PSD included
- Easy to customize | Well commented code
- Apple Mac with its latest OS version installed
- The latest version of Xcode and some knowledge about its UI interface
- Photoshop or any other image editor software
- An Apple Developer account to submit apps to the App Store
- An AdMob account to generate your own banner UNIT ID
I get a Code signing error in Xcode 8.x
That’s a bug of Xcode 8 with macOS Sierra, check this sample video to see how to fix it: https://youtu.be/z2LemT1_LqA
How to remove AdMob banner ads
Check this video out to see how to remove the code that shows AdMob banners: https://youtu.be/e-HQYnta2Jg Keep in mind that you must repeat the shown steps for every .swift file that contains this line on the top:import GoogleMobileAds
What about free support for this template?
I can offer free support for bugs encountered in the original code. Instead, if you’ve edited the code and messed something up with it, I may apply some fee to fix it either via TeamViewer or by checking your app project files directly on my computer.
Should I use the latest version of Xcode to edit this template?
Yes, I always update my apps to the latest version of the IDE.
We’ve recently found out that some developers have bought our app templates, reskinned them just a bit and put them on sale on other source code markets similar to CodeCanyon, saying that they developed and own such source codes.
That is a serious copyright infringement, developers who buy our templates are allowed to reskin and sell them as apps on the App Store (accordingly to the License type they’ve purchased a template for) but are not allowed to put our original source codes for sale on source code markets, including CodeCanyon. We will report developers who made copyright infringements to the competent authorities. Thanks.