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UIWindow subclass that simulates users touches on screen
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Add touchPointsEnabled property to allow toggling touch points display
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I wanted to be able to record a tutorial for the users of my apps. When I had Jailbreak, that was possible, but with a non-jailbroken phone, this gets complicated. The solution I found was to use Reflector App to record the screen, but this option would not show where exactly the user tapped. So what was the solution for my solution? To create a subclass of UIWindow that shows where the user is tapping in the moment.

Ah, don’t forget to remove them when sending your app to the AppStore!

Check the demo here!


  • Step 1: Use Cocoapods (NRTouchPoints) or copy the following files: NRWindow.h/m, NRTouchPoint.h/m and NRTouchImage/@2x.png

  • Step 2: In your AppDelegate file, initialize your app’s window with NRWindow. To see how you can do it with storyboards, check the AppDelegate in the example file, or click here.

  • Step 3: There is no step 3!


NRTouchPoints is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.

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