Develop an Aperture version
An aperture version would be great!!!
I know, the LR version is even not released yet :)
Declining suggestions, makes it hard to vote for them. So here's a new instance of the very sensible suggestion.
Could you please add support for Apple Aperture?
From the screen shots this looks like an amazing app. I wouldn't hesitate purchasing if it was available for my Xoom.
We’re focusing on Lightroom for now to make it solid. We’ll consider an Aperture version once we’re happy with the existing platform.
Gerhard Miller commented
+1 for an Aperture plugin!
Kai Wulf commented
Next vote for the Aperture Plugin! Bought the excellent app, but don't want to shift my 100k library to Lightroom. Are there any workarounds?
I would also definitely use a Photosmith plugin with Aperture if there was one.
SKR Imaging commented
+1 for Aperture version!!!
Lars Clausen commented
I'm currently travelling with a Chrome Pixel, and PhotoSmith would be a godsend for organizing my photos on the go before I get back to Lightroom. This screen is pretty much made for viewing photos. I would suggest a Kickstarter to fund the Android version. In the meanwhile, I'll have to hack up my own little thing.
there is so many powerfull android device with both performance either the screen
even the galaxy note have pen that will support photosmith to do the job better,
so we android user will be waiting and demanding this apps
Alan Paone commented
The displays on the latest Nexus/Android devices would make wonderful canvases for my lightroom catalog. Please consider an Android version of this app.
do you have the androide version yet? I need for my nexus7-2013 already ordered............no apples for me!
Have you considered involing other devolpers to make an android version?
And here another vote for Photosmith for Aperture.
I would instantly buy it.
Since pixelsyncapp is discontinued, i use my ipad very rarely.
Good apps should never just rely on one platform. If the issue is lack of resources, here's a suggestion: Crowdfund it. We'll be happy, You'll be happy.
I do 99% of my work in Aperture. It's been a couple of years since the first Aperture request. I'd buy this in an instant if it fit into my studio workflow. Would love to eliminate the USB tether to my Mac so clients can make selects on an iPad during a photo shoot.
Another vote for Photosmith for Aperture!
I'll purchase your app as soon as there's an Aperture plugin!
I see that the voting for this is still closed - but for what it's worth I think many photogs (myself included) would pay for this ability on Android - many of us are switching due to restrictions on the IPADs and I feel that given the amazing integration you've done with v3 will become something extremely desired by the android photog community. Someone will eventually do it, but I'd rather buy a solution like this from the guys who came up with it :)
Saw the item on the BBC and your app is just what I need but I will not buy an iPad. Here's another punter who would buy an android version.
Owning an iPad but more and more thinking of buying an Android tablet instead.
Why? Because the ridiculous limitations of the iPad.
As a professional photographer I have, after hours of hard trying, given up the idéa of using the iPad to copy pictures from a memory card to external backup disks. Not even a jalebroken device will do it! But an Android phone or tablet will do it with ease acting as an USB-On-The-Go-device.
With photosmith for Android the travel kit would be absolutely complete :D
Please make it!
Brian Ramage commented
Would love an Aperture app to use "on the couch"
Jörg Bunke commented
Samsung - Galaxy Note 1.0 - It`s so good to control Cam via app. Check Images via Card-Reader. Miss the possebility to tag, group, flag and rate the images. And the import images from the card includingt the marks... Please do it! I would pay up to 40€
Leko Fraggle commented
I concur. Android handles RAW photos and storage in general better than iOS. In addition, it also has the ability to be color matched which iOS does not. Please add Android to your list of top priorities.