This source code is KILLER. We are selling the universal Mustache Bash photo booth source code for iPhone, iPod, and iPad.
Mustache Bash has over 750,000 downloads and 900 reviews (with an average of 4.5 stars for all versions)! That's CRAZY!
You can check out the original App here.
All you need to do for the reskin is create a new icon, new Loading and Home screens, new transparent .png feature images to replace the mustaches (1 free pack and other packs for in-app purchase), and a handful of other buttons.
You must change the theme and the images. Otherwise, your app won't stand out enough to be a success. A Single Use license entitles you to create one app and distribute it in binary form through the App Store. But the Unlimited license entitles you to create and distribute in binary form as many reskins as you want.
The app is coded in Objective-C, and includes the following:
And much, much more! At this price, the Mustache Bash code is an absolute steal. Creating this code from scratch would require approximately 260 development hours (or around 6 weeks).
Licensing the code will save you quite a bit of time and money.
We'll be happy to answer any questions you have and help guide you through the process.
You never know…you could be the next appreneur to make it big. Mustache Bash has over 640,000 downloads and 830 reviews (with an average of 4.5 stars for all versions)!
Changes Needed for Mustache Bash Source Code
Currently Mustache Bash has two folders for each mustache pack inside the “staches” folder. These two packs are titled “mustache” and “thumb.”
The mustache folder contains the images that actually drop on the picture. Each of the images in the mustache folder has a different size, depending on the size of the original image from which the feature was taken. And each mustache has a standard (.png) and retina display (@2x.png) version.
The thumb folder contains the small thumbnail images that show in the mustache gallery. Each of these thumbnail images in thumb folder is the same size (87x72 for standard .png and 174x144 for retina @2x.png).
So when your designer creates new images, he or she should create the new images for both the mustache folder and thumb folder. These images have the same name but difference sizes. If you follow the naming conventions, the code will be able to “call” the appropriate image file.