Simple design, extremely versatile: layer several click areas over an individual background. These serve as buttons, which will start the desired apps and widgets at a touch. That way you can create various start menus for apps and widgets. You can choose an individual graphic or shape for each button, position it and configure it with miscellaneous parameters.
For each click area you can choose an individual shape or graphic as your button. Each button can then be assigned to start an app or widget.
Since click areas are invisible by default, AreaView may also be used for a hidden object game. Use this option for special campaigns for instance, where users will have to find hidden buttons in the background image in order to gain access to certain content.
Individually configure apps with different settings. E.g. decide whether buttons shall light up, giving visual feedback upon touch.
Create various structures of submenus by interlacing several individual AreaView mods.
Choose for each click area individually from a set of standard shapes or use a transparent graphic. As buttons are invisible, the background (wallpaper) will be displayed instead.
All apps have the following features among others:
Further apps from this category:
Via Views serving as basis-Apps, you start further Apps and Widgets in windows or in full screen mode on the entire touch screen.Zur App
Via views serving as basis apps, you start further apps and widgets in windows or in full screen mode on the entire touch screen.Zur App