Today is the day: FlowVella for iPad 2.2 Now Available
As you’ve probably noticed in the last month, autumn is afoot. The leaves are turning from moss green to a fiery orange and red, and the air is thick with the distinct scent of a new season—of new possibilities. At FlowVella, fall isn’t merely a time to enjoy Pumpkin Spice Lattes and wear wool sweaters, it’s a season of opportunity; of invention and new beginnings. That’s why we’re pleased to announce that today we are releasing a major update to FlowVella iPad (version 2.2), complete with an array of fantastic new features to make it even easier to create presentations that are stunning, sharp and uniquely you.
What’s new with 2.2?
- iOS 8 inspired design
FlowVella for iPad has been redesigned in a modern, beautiful and stylishly flat aesthetic to reflect change, innovation and usability.
- Adobe Creative Cloud integration (FlowVella was selected by Adobe as one of the first apps to integrate Creative Cloud, thanks Adobe!)
Seamless access to PDFs, photos, Illustrator documents, Photoshop and Lightroom files and complete freedom to browse the Creative Cloud Market, an impressive curated gallery of graphics, backgrounds and photos. Utilize the extract feature which allows users to select a layer from within a PSD and extract an image asset.
- Added support for presenting with Bluetooth keyboards
Remotely open and close videos and image galleries and advance slides during presentations from your Bluetooth keyboard.
- Added rich text editing
Change the font style and size of individual words in your text boxes for greater creative control of your text.
Add clarity to your text, incorporate designs, even create simple user interfaces with colorful shapes.
One other little tidbit worth mentioning: the 2.2 release brings the iPad app closer to feature parity with FlowVella for Mac. Equality for all devices!
P.S. – We fixed the crashing bug that many were seeing after upgrading to iOS8.
P.P.S. – We are aware of an issue where if you create on the Mac version of FlowVella, and then go to edit on the iPad, text can revert to the default size and font type. We are working on a fix for this but have a workaround that we will post shortly.