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In-App web browser

Discussion in 'Made With Unity' started by chamx2, Oct 9, 2018.

  1. chamx2


    Jan 19, 2018
    Hello guys,

    I want to make an in-app browser for my game. The goal for the in-app browser is just to display updates for the game which will be posted in the website and I want it for the players to see it through an in-app browser inside the game something that looks like an announcement section, Mobile legends is a good sample for their announcement section.

    I'm planning to put it inside a container. I'm still not sure regarding what I've read about HTML UI Renderer and Awesomenium (which is I can't find any latest support on this one anymore)

    Any advice?
    Or there's no other way to do this aside from buying the assets available.

    Any leads will be much appreciated Thank you!