Delivering project à la carte.
One of the key features of AppCooker rely on the free and universal player we put in your hands. It’s super easy to set up and easy to use. Giving feedback is easier than ever
Export backups for security or share a whole editable project to a coworker to let him/her improve your current project is super easy. With Dropbox it’s now easier than ever to transfert big files.
The PDF is the lightweight version of a project. It has been designed to the most economic way for sending a project when you don’t have a lot of network available.
JPG, PNG & TXT
All the content created inside AppCooker is exportable as a “raw” file. Images such as screens and icons are exportable in PNG and JPG whereas the store info will be placed in an email.
Share mockup. Get feedback.
AppTaster revolutionizes the way you get feedback on your App projects. Standing on the power of AppCooker, your projects come to life in the hands of your clients, colleagues and friends. AppTaster helps you to improve and refine your app project before the production starts. Save time, save money, use AppTaster.
Everything about your App Idea in one file.
Backup your projects.
The .appcooker format
AppCooker allows you to create a full backup of your project in a single file. This is one of the greatest feature since everything that “has” to be done before coding is gathered inside the backup. It’s easy to send a copy to a coworker or a client to let them improve the mockup, the idea, the icon, the store information or the pricing strategy.
The features available here are simple yet powerful so anyone can achieve great result in a short period of time.
Everything in one place
Dropbox & box
Easy to Export/Import
iTunes File Sharing
Many ways to share your great mockups & prototypes.
Simple as a tap.
The .apptaster format
Currently in the hands of Apple, this universal App has quite some difficulties to get on the App Store. We are confident that the issu will be good, but we need more time to get it approved. thanks for your patience.
A4 & US Letter printproof PDFs
AppCooker generates A4 or US letter size PDF that has been optimized for print. It’s the lightest way to send your mockup over the air when your network connection is low. The layout is minimalistic yet elegant and saves ink when printed.
Only the icon is exported as a hi-definiton PNG file. It’s the prefered format for this because even if sometimes you won’t have the final version of your icon in AppCooker, it’s not impossible that you will do it that way. Therefore, AppCooker provides a way to let you enjoy your icon in production state.
Export your designed screens as JPG files. You can select the screens that are going to be exported. If a screen has been designed in portrait and landscape mode, both screens will be exported. They all come in real size so you can use them as blueprints during the production process.
Export through various methods.
Local. Mail. Cloud.
iTunes file sharing
When you export a file to iTunes, you have to plug your iPad to get it . If you don’t know how to use this, please refer to our support section, you will find all the resources to let you understand how it works.
Export to Dropbox
If you have a Dropbox account, you know it’s absolutely brilliant and that it works like “it just works”. Basically Dropbox is a folder on your computer that is accessible from within AppCooker. You can have a free account of 2Gb of free space, and believe us, once you start, you can’t stop. www.dropbox.com
Export to Box
Box is a cloud service that offers free space and has been highly requested among our users. If you are really concerned about security, Box will be your preferred choice! More information on www.box.com
Email your work
Emailing your mockups, wireframes or prototypes works perfectly through an email if the size is roughly under 20 Mb. once you received the AppTaster project or the AppCooker project, simply tap on the icon and open with the required App.
Export to Photo Library
Export your icons and screens to your photo library if you want to quickly show few screens and assets to someone, but the whole thing to keep your great idea in secret.
Xcode is a suite of tools, developed by Apple, for developing software for Mac OS X and iOS. This is the only way to build an App for the iPhone, the iPod Touch, the iPad or the Mac
Exporting a mockup made inside AppCooker to xcode is a false good idea. Since the core idea behind AppCooker is to iterate until you find the best design possible, it’s not made to be exportable.
Apple is pretty strict on this subject and the last thing we want is to have them not happy. The probability that they will remove AppCooker from the App Store is high. Nobody wants that.
Lastly, exporting some code would suggest, if the feature was a true solution, that you will be able to export new version made in AppCooker inside a current project in Xcode. This is simply wrong.