Novus by Teguh
6 WAYS TO PEEK ANYTHING - WITH ONE ALWAYS READY DEVICE
NOVUS is an app for your iPhone that replicates Apple Notes, perfectly. Allowing you to peek any piece of information in multiple different ways. These are:
- The Swipe Peek - (peek up to 3 different pieces of information at once)
- Upside-down Peek - (peek up to 3 different pieces of information at once)
- The Vibration Peek
- Locked Screen Peek - (peek up to 3 different pieces of information at once)
- The Notification Peek
- The Apple Watch Peek
NOVUS is so powerful you can even use it to force any note you like. We're aware of DFB and use it often, this isn't a replacement for it, however, this bonus feature does help you structure a force into a multi-phase mentalism routine without ever leaving the Novus app. Making your performances truly seamless.
JAM-PACKED WITH FEATURES
Watch Tom Elderfield give you a quick overview of all the different customizable features built-in to NOVUS. Including every peek, language customization for your language, IOS 14 style, Dark Mode and more...
BEHIND THE SCENES: MAGICIANS IN THE WILD
We ran into fellow magician Bedwyr Hughes on the streets of Cardiff. He was walking down the street holding a deck of Red Cohorts (his favorite deck) and we instantly knew we had to show him NOVUS.
WATCH NOVUS IN ACTION - FULL PERFORMANCES
WHY ISN'T NOVUS AVAILABLE ON ANDROID?
Every time we launch an app, we get slammed by Android users for two reasons.
- If it's not available on Android they immediately insist on telling us how big the market is for android users.
- If it is available on Android they immediately flood our support with complaints about how it doesn't look right on their Samsung Note 5, or Google Pixel 2.
THE TRUTH IS that although Android makes up a significant share of the telephone market, it does not make up a significant amount of the magic app buying market. We saw from Picasso that 80% of the problems were experienced by less than 10% of the buyers - Android.
Also, Android is so vast, so customizable and so non-standardized, it's impossible for a single app developer to overcome all issues with all device variants on the market - especially the older, unsupported ones.
Android is also responsible for 100% of the theft of our apps. People can and do hack the system to unlock our apps for free. Something that's impossible on Apple devices... This results in even more lost revenue.
Instead of dealing with the very public backlash from Android users for apps that don't always work right out of the gate, the theft of our apps and the developer hours that mean we operate at a loss, we've decided to focus on IOS only. We'd rather put our everything into one cake than half-baking two.
We hope you can understand.