Along with OSC/PILOT for Mac, I think it would be really good to have this as a mobile app so that people could use a big iPad/Android Tablet as a touch display while not having to recreate the workspace just for touchosc (which has a horrible editor as it is).
Yep, that’s also on the list. iOS will come first since macOS dev is largely the same, but Android later on.
such incredible software!
I’m a lifelong Lemur user so this is particularly exciting for me. The Mac beta is working very well on the M1. Can’t wait for the iOS version.
You, sir, are a true G.
Thanks for the feedback! I’m working on some other general features for a bit such as MIDI input, so no movement on the iOS version yet.
@malcolme I appreciate the updates on mobile versions, looking forward to trying this on the iPad!
Question: if I buy a license for the current windows/mac versions, will that license apply to the future mobile apps as well? or will that be a separate license/payment?
Although it’s not certain, I’d assume it would be a separate purchase. I would think having a purchase on our own site that gives access to a ‘paid’ iOS app breaks Apple’s ToS for their App Store anyways.
When can we expect a release on iOS?
No timeline yet. I’m going to try to start working on it soon though.