iPad Screenshots

Description

astah* UML pad is a UML editor.

Diagram
- Class diagram

Element
- Class
- Interface
- Note
- Text
- Association
- Generalization
- Realization
- Dependency
- NoteAnchor

Export
- PNG
- via email
- save directly into camera roll
- XML(readable in desktop edition, Astah Professional)
- via email

What’s New

Version 1.1.3

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

Thank you for using Astah UMLPad. Following changes/improvements
are made in Version 1.1.3.
- Support 64bit OS
- Support multitasking
- Fixed other problems

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
3 Ratings

3 Ratings

Thfggg ,

Simple to use

A great class diagram scratchpad for building models quickly and effectively. Utterly intuitive and frankly a joy to use.

Azhrei_FJE ,

Don’t bother to read the older reviews!

This is a great app! I’m a lead developer for an open source Java project and I’ve been using the free iPad app for about a month. It was a little difficult to get used to a few things in the beginning, but I’ve become pretty proficient with it now. There are still things I wish it could do (their web site says it can do Notes and Note Actors, but I don’t see how, for example) but even as an evaluation tool, it has been valuable for me.

I’m planning to spend my own money to try astah Professional on the desktop and I’d like to see some features added to the iPad (since I have my iPad in front of me as often — or more often — than I have my laptop). It would help my workflow to be able to do the same operations on both platforms.

I plan to experiment with the command line interface so that I can create a Git hook that allows designs to be exported as SVG and incorporated into our public wiki pages on GitHub. I doubt I’d be able to do this on the GitHub site since astah Pro would need to be installed there, but even running the hook locally and pushing the result for inclusion in the Pull Request would be a huge step in the right direction.

John the artist ,

I like it... Mostly.

It's ALMOST what I've been looking for. The trouble with UML is that it's too generic for me. It would be nice to have specific modes like Objective-C mode (with it's properties, IBActions, IBOutlets, all the connections between them, etc.) instead of modifying the generic types. I know, I'm using it wrong... But that's the tool I wish existed for the iPad.

But still 5 star, cause it does UML fantastic!

App Privacy

The developer, Change Vision, Inc., has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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