Many people have requested guidance on how to publish apps.
We produced Angry Eyes and an accompanying tutorial to help anyone learn the development process, even if they don’t have coding experience or a large budget.
The Angry Eyes source code has spawned dozens of great apps. In June 2016, Epic Dinosaur Photo Editor garnered 120 app reviews. Another reskin, Fantasy Photo Decorator, has received over 30 downloads per day since it was launched 2 years ago.
If you would like to make your own photo app in just 3 hours, we recommend that you:
Over 2,000 students have enrolled in the course, and 28 reviewers have given the course an average of 4.4/5 stars. We have received dozens of private thank-you messages and links to apps that students have made using the source code.
With the app, users can:
- take a photo or load a photo from Camera Roll
- drag and drop graphics onto photos
- pinch to resize and rotate graphics
- post pictures directly to Instagram, or share on Facebook or Twitter
- send photos with Messages without leaving the app
When you purchase the source code, you'll receive links to a "Pro Version" without advertisements, and a "Free Version" with advertisements, so that you can decide which monetization method best suits your app's content.
Because we believe in the strength of this offer, we offer a 2-week money-back 100% satisfaction guarantee. Between the well-reviewed Udemy course and the highly-successful source code, you are receiving at least a $300 market value for a discounted price of only $39. We hope it will be an opportunity for you to gain experience producing apps, and that you'll consider purchasing one of our premium reskins or commissioning a custom app from us in the future.
“This is hands down the best class I've taken on Udemy, and I've bought at least 20 classes.”
- Mike Street, student
“I loved this course and I have to say the teacher quickly explains all one has to do to get the app ready without a lot of extraneous details. He also is VERY helpful if you find yourself stuck and need to ask a question. Anyone wanting to develop an iOS app quickly should buy this course.”
- Richard Sadler, student