• Added iPhone X support! (At least I think I did, I'm too poor to buy one to really test.)
• Fixed the export thumbnail a while back but broke it again last release. I fixed it again for this release!
• Stability fixes.
As always, thank you all for your support, reviews, and continued use of Aurebesh IO!
Special thanks and many kudos to Tycho_Ordo for their amazing font!
Ratings and Reviews
This app is made for absolute geeks like me, who for some reason find the need to speak Aurebesh. It's awesome, works flawlessly and never ever crashes. The save sentence to photo feature is amazing to have and works fast, and lastly, I respect the hard work put into making this app. Yup. Get it. Now.
Just what I needed!
This app is great, and super useful for sending coded transmissions, but there are two things I wish were different: 1) it would be great if the image you save wasn't one long strand, it's super hard to read if you type a lot! And 2) since the additional digraph characters are no longer canon, maybe have the option to switch between the full alphabet and the standard alphabet? That would get 5 stars from me.
Developer Response ,
You can (and should) put line breaks into your text using the return key :)
The input text box just wraps text to the width of your device, but the image exporter looks for real line breaks in your text. If you tap enter wherever you want a new line, the same will happen in your image.
I hope this helps. Thank you for using the app and writing your review :)
Enable this with texting and/or Microsoft if possible with the pasting option
It is useful in terms of learning the Star Wars alphabet, and fun to type in it. I however am wondering if it’s possible to paste in texting as aurebesh? I ask because whenever I copy from this app, and then paste in the messaging app, it appears as English, not Aurebesh. I’m wondering if there is a way to enable the text to appear as Aurebesh in messaging, as well as in Microsoft word or so.
Developer Response ,
Hi Tex-Man 526! I'm sorry but the Aurebesh font is not available across all apps, only those that choose to support it. I cannot force inject my font into other Apps. If you want an app to support Aurebesh, please contact the developers of that app. This app is not broken and this information can be found in the description of Aurebesh IO on the App Store :)
To get around this font restriction, you can export your message as an image, tweet, or Facebook post to share it by tapping the share button in the upper right corner of the app after typing a message! Be sure to also add line breaks (return key) in your message where you want them to appear in the image. There is a preview during the export mode so that you can see exactly how your message will be displayed.
I hope that you can find these features useful and make do with them until iOS fully supports Aurebesh :)
Thank you for using Aurebesh IO and for your review.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.