Monday, May 2, 2011

Tapose – Bringing the Courier to the iPad

Editor Note: "They have reached their initial goal of $10,000, but still have a few days to go and looking for backers. I am a $35 backer; it's a good project."


Seattle, Washington – Tapose, an inevitable game changing iPad app, was recently launched on Kickstarter to help its developer, Benjamin Monnig, gain backing and support for the project. Kickstarter has helped projects such as Tik Tok + Luna Tik Watch Kits, Diaspora, and PadPivot gain emense popularity and backing, and Benjamin Monnig expects Tapose to follow suit.

“It was an obvious decision to deliver such a superb product to tablet users. The creativity, productivity, and attractive user interface of Tapose coalesce into one outstanding product. The ingenious split interface design allows users to interact with multiple Apple apps simultaneously in the company of Tapose collections. No mobile application to date has such functionality. It will be a game changer.”

Not only does Tapose bring countless new and amazing functions to the iPad, but it is also stocked with a visually pleasing user interface. Tapose’s design draws users in as its appearance mimics that of a physical book. Additionally, each book and collection accommodates everything a user could need in recording their thoughts in the most creative way possible. Tapose will provide functions such as:

Split Interface Design:
* Drag and drop from Safari
* Drag addresses to Maps for directions
* Drag contacts over collections to share
* Finish calculations without leaving Tapose
* Full screen capabilities
* and much much more

Middle Separation Bar:
* Place images, sticky notes, maps, and more into the middle separation bar which acts as a temporary holder
* Allows easy organization and movement between pages and collections

“With the help of Kickstarter, we hope to create and release Tapose to the tablet world and bring this innovative idea to market for everyone to enjoy,” adds Benjamin Monnig. The initial goal is to launch Tapose for the iPad, with future releases for other tablet devices. Tapose is targeted to be in the hands of consumers by late summer.

Follow Tapose’s progress at Kickstarter, where you can learn more about this exciting new project, and be one of the select few to help get it off to a roaring start.

Kickstarter Project
YouTube Video

Benjamin Monnig, is a U.S. developer of information technology solutions for web and smart phone environments, and is focused on developing quality solutions for mobile consumers. Copyright (C) 2010-2011 Benjamin Monnig. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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