Time for multitouch

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  1. optikalefx

    optikalefx New Member

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    So all of these great apps and games have been ported to the iPod. Great, but nothing is using this device for what its worth.

    We need some multi touch apps here, that is the big news to me.
    We have google maps, safari, and Photos that use multi touch.

    Do you think the only multi apps/games will come from apple, or those they released the SDK to?

    To me the big news of this iPod was the multi touch, and its not being used. Image the possibilities.
  2. lvlln

    lvlln New Member

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    ScummVM uses multitouch to good effect. Although I do keep forgetting what the various gestures do...
  3. Tanooki

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    iPhysics uses multi-touch.
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    spoonforknife Retired Moderator

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    iPhysics is mad awesome and uses the touch fully.
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    berky93 New Member

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    multitouch.app


    It uses multitouch alot (all it is is multi touch)

    You need the iphone.fr source, i forgot it - its the one from the bounce app
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    How does iphysics use mult-touch?
  7. marvo

    marvo New Member

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    iphysics does NOT use multi touch.
  8. Tanooki

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    Play around in iPhysics using two fingers, you'll see what I mean.

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