Please encourage your software engineers to quit their jobs and join the service industry. They could deliver food or join task rabbit. If construction workers were building homes without following basic construction principles, or simply didn't have the technical ability to do so, I would offer them the same encouragement.
It is not a contribution to society to produce terrible software and then hire graphic designers and photographers to oversell the underlying product. While I understand that it does not rise to the legal level of fraud, it is certainly moral fraud. The cost passed on to consumers is orders of magnitude more than the cost of the products themselves. Someone might pay a few hundred dollars for your product, and then lose thousands of dollars of utility from all the time and frustration expended afterward.
I know your API inside and out. I've read every public piece of API documentation. I've written my own gesture classifier using the UDP interface. I wrote a small scripting language to allow for more interesting animations. I've used your app on iOS and Android and desktop. And I've come to one conclusion: Trying to integrate with your ecosystem is like trying to do a school project with the stoner kid who can't pay attention long enough to grasp a full sentence. It's just not worth the mental drain of trying to drag your incompetence into the future.
All the best,