Introducing Timeline 3D for iOS
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
I am very pleased to announce Timeline 3D for iOS!
We put together a short video to show you what it looks like.
Available for purchase on the App Store.
For more information on the differences between the iOS version and the Mac version, please see our feature comparison table.
Labels: announcement, iOS, iPad, iPhone, movie, timeline 3D
Adam - congrats on getting the iPad version of Timeline 3D out the door! As soon as an iPad comes into our home, I'll be sure to pick it up.
On an unrelated note - I like the homepage redesign, but you've lost the link to the blog - intentional?
Cheers from Mexico
Please, can you do a version for IOS 5 ?!? I'm a teacher and I Have 6 iPad (4 iPad 1) and I can also use Timeline with 2 iPads !!! it's so disappointing...
CDI de Linxe — I decided not to make Timeline 3D work with earlier versions of iOS for two reasons. The first is that I am taking advantage of some of the unique software features of iOS 6. For example, both the timeline collection view and the event details that can be paged forward with a swipe are using new iOS technology.
Second, and perhaps more important, is that in order to achieve smooth animations in the presentation mode, a more recent Apple device is required. Because iOS 6 requires Apple devices with recent GPU technology, requiring iOS 6 guarantees that customers will have a good experience with the full motion graphics in Timeline 3D.
I do wish that it was possible to make our software available to everyone on all devices, but I didn't want to compromise the experience in order to achieve that.
I hope that you will be able to enjoy Timeline 3D for iOS in the future when your iPads are upgraded.
Any chance of dropbox sync between desktop and ios.
Another thing: Seem to remember that duration lines are not displayed on the ipad?
Sync between Mac and iOS will not be part of this release. At this point they have two different document formats and the sync technologies available aren't stable with large files like movies and audio in documents.
However, we will have import / export from Dropbox and AirPlay which will be an improvement over the current situation.
You are correct about the duration lines on the iPad. I made the decision to exclude them in order to encourage more compact layouts on small device screens. However, we may add those back at some point in the future.
I appreciate your feedback!
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