The most awaited moviemaking application for iPad, developed by Tikibone LLC to hit the market soon. The company has made an announcement that the next generation movie making application - Sketchpad: A Filmmakers' Storyboard will be released in February 2011.
Online PR News – 28-December-2010 – – By bringing iPad to the personal computer market, Apple has made a revolution in the entire IT industry. There is no doubt that the only tablet PC available in the market featuring a combination of style, flexibility and user friendliness is Apple iPad. Though the hi-end gadget came with the same applications like its predecessors have the increasing number of users made it necessary to develop more and more innovative applications. With over 200,000 apps in the App Store, developers and geeks are still looking for more innovative and intelligent applications to make the iPad more useful. Tikibone LLC, with the launch of SketchPad: A filmmaker’s Storyboard introduces a next generation movie making application for the iPad. The developers behind this most exciting project assures that savvy filmmakers will no longer worry that they don’t have a great movie maker app for iPad to develop excellent projects and storyboards. The iPad movie maker app, the SketchPad integrates all the vital tools necessary to develop a complete movie storyboard under a single application.
Roger O. Trier Jr., founder and Chief Creative Officer of Tikibone LLC, makes it clear “our developers are at ‘Beta I’ stage where we’re testing the app to make sure everything is functional and running smoothly. A few more final adjustments will make this the most innovative moviemaking app for iPad”. ‘We think the pro version would be the hottest selling item at the Apple app store once it’s released. We already have major films studios and producers waiting for our app” He adds. The application would be out in two versions. The company has made an announcement regarding the pricing of lite version and the Pro version already, which would be $3.99 and $19.99 respectively.
The main difference between the lite and pro version is the limitation in functionality. The lite version will not have print and multiple project features. This way, the company makes it easier for more designers and other users who are curious about storyboarding can try out the lite version before they dive in to the pro version. The company, Tikibone LLC makes it sure that the price would be justified when a customer upgrades to the pro version. The moviemaking app for iPad also takes care about the future upgrades in the iPad. ‘We expect the “Next” iPad 2 to have a built in cam. Rumors are already there on this. Though we are not sure about that if it happens, that would allow user to snapshot a photo and input them to Sketchpad for tracing, or just to tell a story with their photos! That would be wonderful feature for all of us’ adds a company spoke person.
About Tikibone LLC
Tikibone, a rapidly emerging application development firm (especially for innovative iPad apps) is founded by Roger O. Trier Jr. who also leads the team as Chief Creative Officer. The team has got a long term vision - working on the next generation of bigger, faster, stronger apps for iPad, iPhone and iPad iPod touch SketchPad will be their first app, after which users will break down their doors to find out what’s next. More information about the company can be found at their website. The iPad app, SketchPad is currently under development for iPad IOS 4.2. IPad users can signup for free to be among the first few to learn when SketchPad: A Filmmaker’s Storyboard for the iPad is available from the Apple App store.