Android, Firefox OS, iOS, Mozilla, Reenact, Swift

Reenact for iOS

Reenact, the world’s most popular app for reenacting photos,* is now available for iOS. It is free and ad-free.

Reenact for iOS: Reenact photos with Reenact.

Reenact for iOS was written in Swift in about three days. It’s compatible with any iPod Touch, iPhone, or iPad running iOS 8 or newer. It’s open-source, just like the Android version.

Take a few minutes during the holidays this month while you’re visiting your family, and reenact a photo from your childhood. Wouldn’t your mom and/or dad and/or sister and/or brother just love that? It won’t cost you anything, and you might even have fun!

You can find Reenact on the App Store. Try it out and let me know what you think!

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Android, Firefox OS, Mozilla, Reenact

Reenact Now Available for Android

I’ve increased the audience for Reenact (an app for reenacting photos) by 100,000% by porting it from Firefox OS to Android.

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It took me about ten evenings to go from “I don’t even know what language Android apps are written in” to submitting the .apk to the Google PlayTM store. I’d like to thank Stack Overflow, the Android developer docs, and Android Studio’s autocomplete.

Reenact for Android, like Reenact for Firefox OS, is open-source; the complete source for both apps is available on GitHub. Also like the Firefox OS app, Reenact for Android is free and ad-free. Just think: if even just 10% of all 1 billion Android users install Reenact, I’d have $0!

In addition to making Reenact available on Android, I’ve launched Reenact.me, a home for the app. If you try out Reenact, send your photo to gallery@reenact.me to get it included in the photo gallery on Reenact.me.

You can install Reenact on Google Play or directly from Reenact.me. Try it out and let me know how it works on your device!

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