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Suggestions for Making the Interior Designing Software for iPad more Powerful and Flexible

Sir,


I am a professional Interior Designer and am using this product. But as I am personally facing a lot of problems, I am describing some of my suggestions and personal opinions two improve the product quality and usefulness. Please refer the attachment.


Waiting for reply & Hoping some good response from your side. 


Thank You

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bunk bed for kid's room would be nice to find.....

How about having the ability to draw a surface, then extrude it to make a 3 D part. Or draw a shape with lines, arcs, or poly lines then revolve about an axis. We could create our own furniture, and have a place to store them ( iCloud ) for other users to get them. After creating parts, have the ability to attach them together, snap objects together, and group (ungroup) them for easy moving them around. Be able to scale (re-size) the whole part. Ability to punch holes, rectangular and round, through walls. Need a triangular shape among the primitives now available. Program needs to remember the view, 3D, 2D, whatever when exiting the program, so we don't have to go through the whole sequence when re-opening the program.

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Am I the only one who can see the benefit of using this program in commercial applications? I keep trying to use Tapglance to design medical offices and reception areas, exam rooms, etc and I wind up importing the paid render just so I can alter it in photoshop because there are absolutely NO commercial options in furniture, accessories, or even a simple, glass door for commercial applications. It seems to me you are ignoring a huge market.  Please contact me if you ever add commercial options. I would use this app all the time if so, but for now, I wind up re-rendering everything and really just use this app for perspective angle shots to save time in my photoshop renderings.

@Randall we have a B2B version of TapGlance directed exactly at what you're describing - the design of commercial spaces, whether from the standpoint of a design company or the furniture vendor. You can check out tapglance.com/b2b

When someone requests input on an inexpensive design tool for their iPad it is not really at all relevant to refer me to a program that starts at $50,000.00. Really? Not the same customer. Thanks anyway
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