In our series of how-to videos, we will today show a commonly used feature – namely adding a sound that plays when the user taps a specific area of a page. You can see the video below.
This feature is often used for adding sound effects (children love to repeatedly press to hear water fall, cars start and maybe even animals fart…). Another common use is for guidance or language training in educational titles. In a later video, we will see how even more advanced interactions can be created by using layers (stored in what we call object categories). This way some of our customers lets the user switch between different sets of active sound effects.
If you have questions above the feature above or suggestions about new videos topics we should cover, be sure to let us know.