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Run another app on iOS by object-C code

When you are coding in object-C for iOS, you may wonder how to run another app by code. We have a simple step to do that by using app's BundleURLSchemes.

Requirements: of course, you will need to have app's BundleURLSchemes. Learn how to get BundleURLSchemes at here.

Code: We will create NSURL by using prepared BundleURLSchemes. Then use sharedApplication to run app through this NSURL. Copy below code and try it:

//inputBundleURLSchemes: BundleURLSchemes of app which will be run.
NSURL *url = [NSURL URLWithString:inputBundleURLSchemes];
[[UIApplication sharedApplication] openURL:url];

That's all.
Wish succeed!


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