As I noted in previous post I have finally found some spare time to implement pressure recognition. Grab the package from Google Play.
I have decided to update YAMTT application. Version 2.0.2 should fix nasty issue which caused application force close in some really strange cases. Additionally I have decided to introduce ads. Thanks for anyone who click on it. If you want to disable the ads – just turn off the network. It works with any application. […]
I have just uploaded new version of my Yet Another MultiTouch Test application. Anyone who has the application installed should see update notification in the Market application soon. I have implemented a new feature – paint mode. Of course it is for testing purposes only so do not expect anything like GIMP or Photoshop there. […]
Hi everyone. I just wanted to share, that YAMTT will receive an update soon. I’m testing now completely new feature I have added. I hope you will like it. Don’t expect anything amazing. Just another way to play with multitouch-capable screens. Give me just a few more days.
I have just wanted to say, that I’m still working on new features of YAMTT application. I have received several suggestions and trying to implement them all at once. By the way, thank you very much for all the support, all the comments. Also thanks for all words of criticism.
I have a good day today. Another quick release. It brings Polish language to the application. If you want to help me translate it to your language – just contact me. I will send you the details.
This is bug fix update. I have fixed some exception. I have forgot to check if canvas is not null before I set the background color.
I have just added unlimited number of touch events recognized by the application. Of course it is impossible to test it as there is no Android device supporting more than 5 touch events. Biggest number of touch events supported seem to have Samsung Galaxy S / Vibrant so far. Please let me know if you […]
YAMTT stands for Yet Another MultiTouch Tester. This is another application which you can use to test multitouch capability of your mobile device. The application is as simple as possible. It uses just View to draw on and handles onTouchEvent to collect touch events and do the drawing. The application does not collect any data […]