White-label and Customizable Branding

Our Gametize white-label templates are designed to minimize turnaround time and maximise scalability and testing iterations, while at the same time offering branding possibilities on your app and website.

Examples of White-label apps:

Customizations of White-label App:

Customizations of White-label Web:

Templates
We have created some templates for you to create your own white-label assets. Please note you will need the latest versions of Adobe Photoshop (PSD) and/or Illustrator (AI) for optimal usage of the templates.

  • Native white-label templates: [link]
  • React white-label templates” [link]


Creating a Native or Non-Native white-label app with Gametize?

If you are looking to create a white-label mobile application with Gametize, we offer two options – Native apps, or Non-native apps powered by ReactJS. This article will cover the differences between the two implementations and which to choose. 

Native apps

We build Native apps for both iOS and Android.

In the context of Gametize, Players will experience slight differences in the user interface across the web, iOS, and Android applications. At the same time, native apps allow the following:

  • Smooth user experience as you transit across different interfaces.
  • Seamlessly utilize native device features such as cameras, GPS and notifications.
  • Full utilization of all Gametize-powered features.

If you would like to create a native app, do carefully consider and evaluate the different user flows across the platforms.

To experience the native apps, explore Selfiely in the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.

Non-native apps (powered by ReactJS)

Our non-native apps are available on both iOS and Android. Gametize leverages on ReactJS (an open-source Javascript library) to build our new user interface.

The power of ReactJS in the context of Gametize is that Players will experience the same user interface elements across all channels (Desktop Web, Mobile Web, Non-Native Mobile App), which means:

  • For your Players: quicker adoption as they move across the different platforms and reduced inertia for engagement.
  • For your Admins: lesser hours spent testing and educating Players on the different user interface.

Here are some added bonuses to choosing a non-native white-label app (powered by ReactJS):

  • The higher degree of customization for your applications across all platforms, e.g. customizable colors and themes.
  • Changes can be implemented quickly, and are consistent across all platforms – web, iOS, and Android.
  • Changes are visible without the need for app update via App Store or Google Play Store

Do note that there are several known issues for our non-native apps and you should evaluate them carefully. If these known issues affect the key features you would like to utilize, native apps may be the better option for you.

  • Read here for known issues applicable ReactJS web interface
  • Does not support push notifications (under development)
  • Does not support scanning of QR codes (under development)

To explore our non-native apps, take a look at Gourmet Grammar on the Apple App Store, Google Play Store, or view the game on web!


The hours needed to set up and customize a white-label native app and a white-label non-native app are different. If you are interested to find out more, please drop us a message at enquiry@gametize.com.

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If you have any more questions about and/or would like to have your very own Gametize white-label app, don’t hesitate to get in contact with us by filling in the form below, or dropping us an email at enquiry@gametize.com 🙂

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