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One Hand Touch helps bring mobile gaming to the next level

posted May 31, 2017, 4:10 PM by Blog Poster   [ updated Jun 5, 2017, 2:22 PM by David Khorram ]

One Hand Touch helps bring mobile gaming to the next level

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Our smartphones are constantly upgrading to greater processing speeds and look you need to do to look for proof is to compare the internals of an iPhone5 and an iPhone6 and see the leap that was made in just two years. Yet with all this increasing in processing speed video games have gotten no more immersive/complicated since the time if the iPhone 5. This is because no matter how fast the processing power gets and even if they can fit a whole supercomputer, high-end GPU and all, in a smartphone, the way that the user interacts with the smartphone limits the capacity of video games that can be played on it. A controller, mouse and keyboard or even a VR device allow for the user to interact with their device in a more in-depth way, allowing for more immersive games. The solution isn't to plug a USB mouse into your phone and lug that around, phones are meant to be portable devices. Your solution is the TouchPad case. The TouchPad case is a slim phone case (so no issues with being portable here) which acts as a second way to control your phone. Many games attempt to circumnavigate the problem of not enough ways to manipulate the device by adding an on-screen joystick for actions like moving your character/aiming. What is better than an on-screen joystick? An off-screen joystick that takes no extra space! Now with the TouchPad case, you can control your character without getting your fingers in the way of your game! We are teaming up with mobile game developers to get even further compatibility.

➤ www.Onehandtouch.com .We want you to be a part of the team that will launch One-Hand-Touch Funding campaign.  

If you need to use your Mobile Phone as is just try One-hand-Touch

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