KB wrote:It would be lovely to bring Scapple to iOS, but it will be some time before we can consider doing so. After wasting the best part of five years trying to work with other developers to create Scrivener for iOS, I'm now doing it myself. Once that's done, I need to finish our next version of Scrivener for Mac (while our Windows developer finishes the Windows version). And then there are some updates I need to make the Mac version of Scapple. So I think an iOS version of Scapple will depend on (1) how well the iOS version of Scrivener sells and (2) whether we can find a good second Cocoa developer to come on board.
Many thanks for your interest!
All the best,
Thank you Keith for your quick answer. It is not a good one regarding the deadline, but I can live with
In the meantime, and having looked a lot on internet, I've finally decided to work with Realtimeboard web site. Pretty straightforward, very simple, only a few tools, and free for a limited usage. Templates are not bad too. I love the zoom function (like in Google maps, with gestures), and the "infinite" board.
I wish you all the best for your work on Scrivener, Mac, PC or iPad!!