Made by: Kamdroid indie


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KrystalOS was made to replicate a touch-screen operating system. It has basic features such as: home screen with multiple pages, apps that can be dragged around and resized, a dock and password protection.

It dynamically loads the "apps" from an array (which can be edited via top right edit icon), letting you have as many apps as you wish, they all have the same base.

Of course, it has the ability to save each individual app's data (location, size, and more if needed) which it gets when loading the apps.

However, I have discounted this project because the way I used the behaviours was unoptimistic and messy, as well as major limitations because HyperPad doesn't allow a lot of behaviours to have dynamic values.

Once HyperPad has more dynamicness, I will recreate this project.


Last Updated: August 05, 2017

- Deleting apps will now also delete their X and Y position
- Changed the "system" font for most GUI's and made sure it's more consistent
- You can now have no password
- Added basic content to Settings app
- Revamped KryClean for a better GUI and functionality (more coming soon)
- Changed background (will support custom colours later)
- Other minor changes



August 18, 2017

One day, you're probably gonna work at Apple XD

Just saying. This concept is awesome!

August 05, 2017

Great start but there is a long way to go.I like it.

July 29, 2017

Pretty cool concept. I like the fact that it's a computer on iOS

July 27, 2017

Hey kamdroid. Is it ok if I branch this project and make it a little cooler? KrystalOS seems to have a lot of potential and if I spice it up a little it might become super cool!

July 27, 2017

It's fine, but I don't recommend it, because the way I did most of my stuff was messy and unorganised. I might clean it up a bit when I have some spare time.

July 27, 2017

Ok. But this operating system thing is cool. I tried to make one once and it was kinda hard. But that was a year ago, so I'll make my own. I thank you for your inspiration by making KrystalOS.

July 27, 2017

Yeah, only until around this year was making an OS sim somewhat possible, with the introduction of arrays/dictionaries and dynamic file keys/names. I might make an explanation of how KrystalOS works later on too.

July 27, 2017

That's sounds cool. My old OS didn't have that time function or anything because it obviously didn't exist a year ago. I'm starting to feel that the devs behind hyperPad are almost expanding what's possible to be made in hyperPad. Anyways, I have an operating system to build. I'll finish it in a few months.

July 26, 2017

Very beautiful and polished. Sadly, currently low on content.

July 25, 2017

Will there still be a Windows XP Emulator you mentioned a while ago

July 26, 2017

Not at the moment, I was thinking of making this a computer sim, but it'd be too hard, with multiple windows and a mouse cursor, so I decided to stick with touch controls, resulting in this. As I said in this project's description, once HyperPad has more dynamic ability, as well as return functions, I will start to create a better sim.