App Descriptionâ˜… Share App Cooker projects with clients, colleagues and friends. Get valuable feedback without a single line of code! â˜…
WHAT IS APP TASTER
App Taster revolutionizes the way you get feedback on your App projects. Standing on the power of App Cooker, your projects come to life in the hands of your clients, colleagues and friends, almost like if they were using a genuine app. By getting close to reality, App Taster helps you to improve and refine your App before the production starts. Save time, save money, use App Taster.
USE APP TASTER TO
Play the mockup made in App Cooker in real conditions.
Display the projects Ã la App Store with the icon, the description, the screens and the pricing.
Give valuable feedback to the creator on each aspect.
- Full-functioned Player
Play in portrait and landscape mode | Display the screens one at a time | Give feedback | Show/Hide links | Play from any screen
- Icon Light Table
See the icon in various sizes | Give feedback with on the icons within a mail that include them
- App Store Information
See the info of your App Ã la App Store | Name of the App on the device | Name of the App on the App Store | Company name | Rating | Categories | Keywords | Description | Give feedback
- Pricing Report
Get a brief overview of your estimated sales | Net result | Total revenue | Total expenses | Give feedback
- In Context Feedback
When the tester will tap on the "give feedback" button, the targeted element will appear in the email sent to the author. The email is auto filled with the email of the author and a meaningful subject.
App Taster is and will always be a free application. It will evolve alongside with App Cooker and we will add some neat features over the time. Be sure to stay up to date to enjoy the best way to start an App for that.
PS: To all the App Cooker community, thank you, thank you and thank you so much for your incredible support! This was possible thanks to all of you, we will continue our efforts to bring you the best mockup tool ever created.
November 11, 2011 Initial Release