Programming language: Swift
License: MIT License
Tags: Hardware     Haptic Feedback    
Latest version: v3.0.2

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Haptica is an easy haptic feedback generator.

$ pod try Haptica


  • iOS 9.0+
  • Xcode 8.0+
  • Swift 5 (Haptica 3.x), Swift 4 (Haptica 2.x), Swift 3 (Haptica 1.x)

Haptic Feedback Requirements:

  • A device with a supported Taptic Engine.
  • App is running in the foreground.
  • System Haptics setting is enabled.


Generate using a haptic feedback type.


Feedback Types

  • Impact: (UIImpactFeedbackStyle) - Use impact feedback generators to indicate that an impact has occurred. For example, you might trigger impact feedback when a user interface object collides with something or snaps into place.
    • light
    • medium
    • heavy
  • Notification: (UINotificationFeedbackType) - Use notification feedback to communicate that a task or action has succeeded, failed, or produced a warning of some kind.
    • success
    • warning
    • error
  • Selection - Use selection feedback to communicate movement through a series of discrete values.

Vibration Patterns

Play a custom vibration pattern:

Haptic.play("..oO-Oo..", delay: 0.1)

Use pattern symbols to represent custom vibrations.

  • O - heavy impact
  • o - medium impact
  • . - light impact
  • - - wait 0.1 second

Or play a symphony of notes:

Haptic.play([.haptic(.impact(.light)), .haptic(.impact(.heavy)), .wait(0.1), .haptic(.impact(.heavy)), .haptic(.impact(.light))])

UIButton Extension

To enable haptic feedback on buttons, set these properties:

  • isHaptic - enables haptic feedback
  • hapticType - haptic feedback type
button.isHaptic = true
button.hapticType = .impact(.light)

or use these functions to set the haptic feedback type for control events:

  • addHaptic() - add haptic feedback for control events
  • removeHaptic() - remove haptic feedback for control events
button.addHaptic(.selection, forControlEvents: .touchDown)
button.removeHaptic(forControlEvents: .touchDown)


var isHaptic: Bool // enables haptic feedback
var hapticType: Haptic? // haptic feedback type
var hapticControlEvents: UIControl.Event? // haptic feedback control events
func addHaptic(_ haptic: Haptic, forControlEvents events: UIControl.Event) {} // add haptic feedback for control events
func removeHaptic(forControlEvents events: UIControl.Event) {} // remove haptic feedback for control events

Sound Effects

Add sound effects to Haptica using Peep.

Peep.play(sound: KeyPress.tap)



To install with CocoaPods, simply add this in your Podfile:

pod "Haptica"


To install with Carthage, simply add this in your Cartfile:

github "efremidze/Haptica"


  • If you found a bug, open an issue.
  • If you have a feature request, open an issue.
  • If you want to contribute, submit a pull request.



Haptica is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.

*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the Haptica README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.