Loop App

Loop App

The Loop App connects to the Wi-Fi display and allows you to seamlessly share video, photos & video chat with your friends and family.

Your Loop Display can be set up and controlled remotely from any phone with the Loop App. Set-up requires a Bluetooth Low Energy connection, while the rest of communication needs Wi-Fi.

On your Loop, you can display photos & videos uploaded by your friends and family, as well as from their social media channels (YouTube, Facebook, Instagram). You can add any amount of the content in real-time!

You choose which content is displayed on the Loop Display. Quickly skip through photos and videos using the Browse dial. Thanks to the Channel knob you can flip through channels like a classic TV

iOS app development:

The biggest challenge was media uploads. The user should be able to upload any amount of media files to any amount of channels – this consumes an enormous amount of memory and bandwidth.

At the same time, we had to make sure that the app is still responsible while the upload is progressing.

Display development (Android):

The Loop Display doesn’t have a touchscreen – the user manages it manually with special knobs. So the whole navigation we were developing had to match this device’s characteristic.

We decided to create our own custom architecture dedicated to the Loop Display App.

Backend development:

The main challenges were:
1. Providing API for multiple client apps – the iOS App and Display App were supposed to have different features.

2. Optimizing media uploads
Uploading content was the core feature of the platform, this is why it needed to be scalable and ready for many parallel media uploads.

iOS app development:

The biggest challenge was media uploads. The user should be able to upload any amount of media files to any amount of channels – this consumes an enormous amount of memory and bandwidth.

At the same time, we had to make sure that the app is still responsible while the upload is progressing.

Display development (Android):

The Loop Display doesn’t have a touchscreen – the user manages it manually with special knobs. So the whole navigation we were developing had to match this device’s characteristic.

We decided to create our own custom architecture dedicated to the Loop Display App.

Backend development:

The main challenges were:
1. Providing API for multiple client apps – the iOS App and Display App were supposed to have different features.

2. Optimizing media uploads
Uploading content was the core feature of the platform, this is why it needed to be scalable and ready for many parallel media uploads.

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