A Media Capture App
A general note sharing App which uses multiple formats
Audio and Video/ Text and Emails/ E-pubs and more.
It offers collaboration across platforms and devices and allow users to share the content with others. This commonality between existing note taking apps caused Codewalla to think differently and create an app that could handle multiple media formats with ease and combine the multiple media into a single easy to share file.
They wanted an iOS App that can handle all the following features:
Create multimedia files as image, audio, video and text.
Add metadata to files like title, caption, date, location and copyright.
Export single or multiple files to a PDF with their metadata information.
Share multimedia files or reports by mail, iMessage.
Allow user to import/export files via Dropbox.
Reportable allows users to capture images, notes, audio and video and share these with friends and contacts as PDF reports.
Its intuitive and simplistic interface allows you to create professional PDFreports.
It integrates with mail, iMessage and Dropbox allowing users to share media files and reports.
Fast, efficient and easy multimedia capturing at one place.
Adding and editing metadata of files using intuitive UI.
Creating PDF reports easily and quickly in consistent and professional way.
Sharing quickly via native apps like iMessage, Mail.
Making use of files outside the app by importing and exporting via Dropbox.
Creating a custom file structuring schema so that metadata information is not lost and can be easily retrieved when Reportable files are shared.
Creating a custom Image input/output framework that allowed users to edit metadata associated with a particular image.
The custom image input/output framework had to hand write into the images Image File Format (TIFF) dictionary so that this information can be accessed outside Reportable.
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