Find - an app that lets you do Command+F, but in the real world. Fast, free, and 100% offline.

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  • AlternativeARKit

    A custom alternative to ARKit

    I've considered it. It will probably be still closed source in the near future, because it's my proudest accomplishment and I think it might have some potential... but the core text detection is open source, and I wrote an article on it. But, nothing in Find is really confidential or anything. If you want the code or whatever for parts of it, I'll gladly show you!

  • quickstart-android

    Firebase Quickstart Samples for Android

    Not a good idea at all. I try to avoid Google as much as possible (as a result I'm very behind on Firebase knowledge... but whatever)

  • Appwrite

    Appwrite - The open-source backend cloud platform. The open-source backend cloud platform for developing Web, Mobile, and Flutter applications. You can set up your backend faster with real-time APIs for authentication, databases, file storage, cloud functions, and much more!

  • QuickOCR

    Drag-and-drop to find text. A work in progress.

    Thanks for the idea! It shouldn't take long. I've already made QuickOCR, which is a spin-off of Find that's for Mac. Currently you just drag-and-drop images, and it outputs text. I'll work on it.

  • paper-onboarding

    :octocat: PaperOnboarding is a material design UI slider. Swift UI library by @Ramotion

    Sorry I'm so late, but thanks for the feedback! I was using this library for the intro, so I don't have much control over the customization. But, I'll migrate to a custom paging view soon.

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