- Bug fixes and performance improvements
Ratings and Reviews
Finally working on iPad 1
Update at 20th June 2012: Just gave it one last try and at last I can import images on my iPad 1. Ironic as I get my iPad 2 tomorrow! It now seems to work as it should and I can recommend it.
Edit: App crashed and now doesn't work at all, currently talking to support.
Edit 2: After update the app now crashes as soon as I attempt to import images. I will now give up.
This largely does everything I want from a portfolio at a great price. It is however rather fiddly to use when you are organising your photos and sometimes photos can stick in places where they are not supposed to be, and sometimes I've had blank spaces appear and I've had to move things around to close the gaps back up. Once the initial organisation is done it's simple to use. I used iTunes to get my images on to it as the DropBox integration sounded a bit 'all or nothing' to me with regards to what it synced.
This has sooo much promise but alas :(
One of the best interfaces and easy to use but there is one major issue with scrolling through your images in full screen in which you get stuck and can’t move onto the next unless you go back to thumbnail view. Tried getting support from the author but they never got back to me. If you have a few images I’m sure it okay but with a decent portfolio it doesn’t cut it.
Annoying and asking for rating after 2 mins of using.
See above, enough said.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.