0 ability to synch or even open a script. POS app and program. The Desktop is no treat either. Dubscript is levels superior.
Mobile app needs improvement I became used to the apps idiosyncratic syncing. Overall I was happy with the app. I own the desktop version and enjoy it. A couple of updates ago the app started behaving very slowly. I would press a key and it would take the app several seconds to respond. As you can imagine this is not conducive to efficient typing. I have uninstalled and reinstalled the app several times. If this problem is corrected I would happily rate the app five stars. I miss catching up on my writing during unexpected downtime.
Blows Final Draft away! THIS is the future of screenwriting apps. Cross platform, frequently updated, responsive development. Buy for your PC, Android and iOS systems, all for less than a third of the price of Final Draft. Highly recommended!
Why choose to make the mobile app a weak version of a great desktop software? Mobile app is not bad but kinda disappointing for its lack of key features. Some people use their tablets for serious work, you know. No support for dual column dialogue here, correct? Would be a lot more convenient if there was.
I would be much happier with no lag between element changes and key shortcuts. Would pay more. I am also still fuming over a good 10 pages lost on a sync error.
So why exactly did I waste my money..? I was using the free version of this app, and was having a fantastic time. Great app. So naturally I wanted to support them and bought the full version right away. But what's the point? It seems i can't do anything with my files unless I have the desktop software. I can only view my screenplays in the fade in app itself. Why can't i just access then as a PDF or something once I upload them to Dropbox? Also I can't import any files from Dropbox into the mobile app. So disappointing...
- Minor fixes for version 3 compatibility
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