Project templates are a great way to learn from other people's work. This article lists a few popular iOS templates available on Envato Market. If you are looking for inspiration or you're building an application and need help with a particular feature, then you may find your answer in some of these templates.
If you're into game development, then this template is certainly worth checking out. FIVES is a word game in which you race against the clock to make a word from the letters on the screen.
The game looks great and includes many of the features you might want to build into your own game, like AdMob support and social sharing options. There's also an option to integrate with Apple's Game Center, to store user high scores and leader boards. The game was written in Swift and is compatible with iOS 10.
As the name indicates, Store Finder is an application for finding nearby stores. But the application does a lot more than that. It's packed with features and the template also includes a back-end for managing the application's data.
The app fetches data from the back-end and, if location services are enabled, it ranks the results based on the user's location. The template is ready for iOS 10 and was built with Objective C.
This app includes a range of custom animations to make the user experience playful and engaging. The developer invested heavily in social sharing and includes support for email, text message, Facebook, Twitter, and a few others. Head over to CodeCanyon to see the complete list of features.
Compared to ten years ago, people take a lot of photos and we have the mobile phone to thank for that. This application template includes a powerful image editor that covers most of the basics, such as cropping, rotating, applying filters, and social sharing.
The template includes a universal application, it works well on iOS 10, and the deployment target is iOS 6. Take a look at their demo video to see all the features built in to this app!
If you want to integrate to-do functionality into your app, then this to-do app template is a great shortcut. Checklist is a well designed to-do application that does everything you'd expect.
The application template is well supported and the minimum deployment target is iOS 5. Even though the template was created several years ago, it supports iOS 10 and has been updated to support iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. You can see it in action in the demo video below.
The author has even created a tutorial video that shows how to integrate the template in an existing application. The template is coded in Objective C.
This template is great for learning how audio works on iOS. The app is a radio player that streams audio from online radio stations and lets users manage their own lists of favorites, with data saved to a custom back-end. The template has support for background audio and elegantly handles playback interruptions. And naturally, there is support for AdMob banner ads!
This is a truly full-featured radio player app, and a great springboard for your own project.
If you really want your app to stand out from the pack, Apple Watch and watchOS support is a great way to do it. This app template gives you a complete workout tracking app with instructional videos, voice prompting, customization, scheduled workout reminders and more. What really sets this template apart, though, is the WatchKit and HealthKit support!
The template is written in Objective C and is up to date with the iOS 10 and watchOS 3.
Grab an App Template Today!
CodeCanyon contains more than a thousand iOS app templates. Any one of them could save you hundreds of hours on your next project! Not only that, but these templates are great for learning to code on iOS or for seeing how fellow developers have implemented a particular feature. They're also great if you're looking for a kick of inspiration. Check out the iOS app templates on Envato Market and get inspired today.
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