I do a lot of writing on the go and I use my Ipad. As of now I cant use the Ipad to write in story but an App or some other way to do so would be key for me and my writing partner. We started a script in story and like it alot . We havent seen any issues or bugs. But we cant go on using Story like this till we can start using the Ipad. Please tell me this will work yesteday on the Ipad.
I'd like to know if/when story will be available as an ipad ap and if/when the iphone ap will be updated to not crash. I think the ap on ipad will be extremely useful. Any info on that?
We just submitted the update to the iPhone app to Apple so the crash should go away as soon as Apple approved the 1.1 update.
The iPad app is definitely on our roadmap but we can't say when we'll be able to release.
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Date: Mon, 30 Jan 2012 04:00:37 +0530
Subject: Re: IPAD APP IPAD APP
Re: IPAD APP
created by milesfrompercection<http://forums.adobe.com/people/milesfrompercection> in Adobe Story - View the full discussion<http://forums.adobe.com/message/4172627#4172627
iPad app would be extremely helpful. More and more I am using the iPad for everything from script referencing to storyboarding to clapboard. Good iPad integration with the service would be perfect.
We have a good prototype working now and expect to release an app for the iPad soon.
Sorry, I have to be vague about the timing but we are closer than ever before and we need approval from apple before we can publicly talk about dates.
That is brilliant news !!
I know you can't give details about the date of release but are there any details on what features we can expect ?
So excitied about being able to use this brilliant software on the move !!!
Full tablet (or phone) UIUX, access to the cloud to pull down docs as well as offline storage for when you are out in the field and don't have access to wifi/4G. Maybe the ability to share scripts through the app, via Android's great share 2 other apps feature. You could email someone a PDF, .DOCX or .TXT version of the script directly from your device. Or, you could share a link to a "read only" "public" version of the site (sort of like Dropbox).
Export in a variety of different file types, and accepts a variety of file types.
Cloud sync for plus users
The same amount of functionality as Desktop app
Ability to hide toolbars when not in use (e.g projects currently being viewed/authored bar at top - window revenue/space is key)
And now the idea that will make you think I am insane: voice control, though I would prefer typing so it is not necessary.
We are prioritizing requests for Story across all platforms, and developing an iPad app that allows writing and editing scripts will require a significant development effort. Why? Managing scripts that are potentially several hundred pages long (what our TV customers like ITV end up with when they group 4 or 5 scripts into a shooting script) introduces a lot of complexity and introduces significant performance requirements.
We don't have any announcements at this point, but rest assured we are exploring options.
Camera shots exportable along with other story data, perhaps comprehensive shot lists included within the schedules, IPAD APP, IPAD APP, IPAD APP, celtex seems to work fine surely you can get this happening.
It's all flash - so that's not going to happen as the whole site is Flash and is not supported on Android or iOS mobiles / tablets browsers.
I actually don't understand why an app for Android or iOS would take so long as flash can be converted into an app in one click. but I suppose there is other underlying tech in this like AIR etc that would have to be converted.
It's a shame because Adobe would have the best application of this kind out there if they could sort out prober mobile use.