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Suggestions for Making the Interior Designing Software for iPad more Powerful and Flexible


I am a professional Interior Designer and am using this product. But as I am personally facing a lot of problems, I am describing some of my suggestions and personal opinions two improve the product quality and usefulness. Please refer the attachment.

Waiting for reply & Hoping some good response from your side. 

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How about having the ability to draw a surface, then extrude it to make a 3 D part. Or draw a shape with lines, arcs, or poly lines then revolve about an axis. We could create our own furniture, and have a place to store them ( iCloud ) for other users to get them. After creating parts, have the ability to attach them together, snap objects together, and group (ungroup) them for easy moving them around. Be able to scale (re-size) the whole part. Ability to punch holes, rectangular and round, through walls. Need a triangular shape among the primitives now available. Program needs to remember the view, 3D, 2D, whatever when exiting the program, so we don't have to go through the whole sequence when re-opening the program.

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I also agree that the ability to add single walls in existing rooms would be great.

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The ability to change the height of the walls is an absolute must-have as I've run into many problems while redesigning a room in which it has taller or shorter ceilings.

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GLASS FRENCH DOORS and SLIDING GLASS DOORS!!! Please!!! It annoys me to no end not having these. Some way to add an opening in upper level floors to allow for staircases. Change exterior material without resetting all materials. I would also like to see more landscape options.

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Oh, and some cement ground in your landscape mode.

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Another thing that would be useful... You have so many materials, it's hard to keep track of what I used; I forget to write them down as so carried away with design! It would be very helpful if, when you select an item there was some way to know what finish was applied. Eg Exact colour used on walls, which wood finish on cupboards and which tiles/marble used on floors, so that continuity is easy when you decide to add another room or two. I am quite badly colour blind so this is a real problem for me, but maybe less so for other users.

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I'm enjoying this app so much that I've stopped using the other apps that I got. This app has given me the ability to see my house in another perspective. I would like to see glass sliding doors. And steps leading to the outside or to different rooms. And also, maybe you can add some vehicle options for the garage and add videos on how to use the stairs.

bunk bed for kid's room would be nice to find.....

Very nice application! That would be really great if we could remove or create an opening on the floor. That would be fantastic if we could build our custom objects like customized stairs!
Also the 3D walk mode is difficult to get used to. I've used this app consistently for about three months and I still have trouble navigating in that mode.
More furniture for bedrooms would be great, especially kids and nurseries, and closet items. More recreational objects such as games, exercise equipment, garage items, etc. Also, smaller accessories like photo frames that could be put on tables.
Well I'm embarrassed! I just discovered that the ability to duplicate a plan is already there and quite simple. Thank you!!!!

Am I the only one who can see the benefit of using this program in commercial applications? I keep trying to use Tapglance to design medical offices and reception areas, exam rooms, etc and I wind up importing the paid render just so I can alter it in photoshop because there are absolutely NO commercial options in furniture, accessories, or even a simple, glass door for commercial applications. It seems to me you are ignoring a huge market.  Please contact me if you ever add commercial options. I would use this app all the time if so, but for now, I wind up re-rendering everything and really just use this app for perspective angle shots to save time in my photoshop renderings.

@Randall we have a B2B version of TapGlance directed exactly at what you're describing - the design of commercial spaces, whether from the standpoint of a design company or the furniture vendor. You can check out

The application is really beautiful ...Some suggestions to make it more professional:The ability to choose the size of the walls, especially in height ...Increase library furniture: More contemporary furniture (sofas, chairs, lamps), decorative objects varied (Sculptures, Statues, Maquettes ...), etc .... The HiFi.To create pools configured (Pools, Jacuzzis).Generator room walls in existing ...Here are some ideas ...

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