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Tourvista

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Wednesday, March 28th 2012, 11:38am

iPad Apps for saving virtual tours

I'm curious if anyone has had any luck saving a virtual tour on an ipad/iphone device?

We are currently on the search for a tool that will allow us to access some of our virtual tours whilst offline. So far we have read about:

icab, Goodreader, isaveweb

Before purchasing any of these I would be interested to learn if anyone has had any good or bad experiences?

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Tuur

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Wednesday, March 28th 2012, 11:55am

ibook!

Tuur *thumbsup*

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Wednesday, March 28th 2012, 3:17pm

I´d say the best way right now is still "Goodreader"! iBook would need the tour to be converted/build inside ibook author. Also the tour must be uploaded to apples bookstore before you can use it, as far as I know...

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Nupsi

igor.socha

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Wednesday, March 28th 2012, 9:43pm

I´d say the best way right now is still "Goodreader"! iBook would need the tour to be converted/build inside ibook author. Also the tour must be uploaded to apples bookstore before you can use it, as far as I know...

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Nupsi

Nupsi, and Goodreader doesn´t? How it works?
Thanx
Best regards,
Igor Socha

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Thursday, March 29th 2012, 10:51am

Nope, goodreader does not need the appstore! all you have to do is
-zip your tour-folder
- upload the zip-file to your ipad either using your server or itunes
- open and unpack the zip-file in goodreader
- start the tour

BR
Nupsi

HansNyb

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Thursday, March 29th 2012, 11:48am

No need for Zipping if you have WiFi. Goodreader connect directly to your computer and you can just copy to it just like a harddisc.

Hans

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Thursday, March 29th 2012, 11:51am

Thanx guys! Very helpful!
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Igor Socha

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Thursday, March 29th 2012, 6:41pm

No need for Zipping if you have WiFi

Very helpfull! Did´nt know that either *g* Thanks, Hans!

BR
Nupsi