IMMaterial for iOS 10 Messages - New Sticker Factory for Icon Web Fonts

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[] Indianapolis, Indiana - Independent developer, Chris Patterson today releases IMMaterial for iOS 10 Messages. Create custom stickers for iOS 10 Messages from any of the over 3,000 icons included in popular web fonts, including:

* Google Material Icons (free)
* Font Awesome
* Iconic
* Ionicons
* Map Icons
* GitHub Octicons

With over 3,000 icons, use the built-in search to find the perfect icon for your occasion. Once you've selected an icon, choose a color for it, resize it, and simply tap it to send the sticker. Or, tap and hold to peel it off and attach it to any message bubble. It couldn't be easier!

IMMaterial is *not* a sticker pack - it's a Messages app that lets you create your *own* stickers live, on-the-fly. All the fonts included are properly attributed to their authors in the font info view. We're humbled by the work of these cool designers and feel strongly about giving them the credit they deserve. Material icons are included for free; a one-time inexpensive in-app purchase unlocks all the other fonts.

IMMaterial Features:
* Search over 3,000 icons from 7 popular web fonts
* Choose from hundreds of colors using the simple color picker
* Resize your sticker via a slider or pinch gesture
* Tap the icon to send it, or peel-and-drag to attach to message bubbles

Device Requirements:
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 10.0 or later
* 24.7 MB

Pricing and Availability:
IMMaterial 1.0 is Free (with access to the Google Material Icon font.) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Stickers category. A single 99 cent in-app purchase unlocks all fonts. For more information, please contact Christopher S. Patterson.

Located in Indianapolis, Indiana, Chris Patterson has been an active member of the Apple developer community for over 20 years, focusing on iOS development since 2009. All Material and Software (C) 2016 Chris Patterson / All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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