- Category: Productivity
- Updated: Jan 03, 2014
- Version: 1.3.1
- Size: 26.4 MB
- Languages: English, Japanese
- Seller: Panic, Inc.
- © 2013 Panic Inc
You've got data. Status Board makes it beautiful.
Use the easy built-in panels to see data about your life: calendar, tweets, e-mail, weather, news, and more. Or use the pro panels, Graph and Table, with your own customized data sources, to see relevant data about your business or organization.
- Six Instant Panels
Clock — Analog or digital, anywhere in the world.
Weather — Temperature and four-day forecast.
Calendar — Pick a calendar and see your appointments at a glance.
Mail — Get message counts, or see the latest Subject lines.
Twitter — See the latest tweets or the volume of tweets.
Feeds — The latest headlines from your favorite sites.
- Three Pro Panels
Graph — You provide the JSON or CSV data source, we make it beautiful.
Table — Toss us some HTML or CSV data and we'll make a nice-looking table.
Do-It-Yourself — Design your own panels using HTML.
- Incredible Customization
Resize panels. Easily change your layout. Portrait or Landscape. Select data sources to display, configure how they're presented. The power is yours.
- Simple Board Sharing
Easily e-mail a Status Board configuration to colleagues or corporations and get everyone on the exact same page.
- Deluxe HD Out via HDMI or AirPlay (In-App Purchase Required)
Basic AirPlay is free, but HD Out lets you see your data on a big, beautiful screen, formatted specifically for HDTVs. No letterboxing!
We can't wait to see what your Status Board looks like. When you're finished, tweet a photo of your board to @panic and we'll share it!
THIS IS GOING TO BE SO AWESOME.
Note to iOS 5 users:
AirPlay Mirroring is not a feature of iOS 5. iOS 5 customers will need to purchase Status Board's HD Out Feature and use an HDMI adapter and cable to connect to an external display.
What's New in Version 1.3.1
• Fixed possible crashing bug when switching between Edit and Locked modes.
• Updated Graph documentation to illustrate that the "refreshEveryNSeconds" attribute is part of the "graph" object, not the "datasequence" object.