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New version of FormIt is now available!

Posted in news, video by Tom Vollaro 7 years ago

The new version is here! We just got confirmation from Apple that new version of FormIt has been approved. The FormIt team has been working really hard and we are psyched to see what you will do with it. Share some images with us on Twitter and give us feedback on our GetSatisfaction site. You can read about, and download, the new version from the Apple App Store. Here are two videos that highlight two of the big new features:

Here is a playlist of all the videos (yes, still iPad only, folks. But we hear you Android people!)

Comments:

Mark Green 7 years ago

Just back form the Autodesk EMEA Amsterdam summit where Formit was introduced to 500 people as Autodesk moving into conceptual design but it wasn't pointed out that it only runs on i-pad. Without a windows version it won't get general use as a conceptual design tool in offices which seems to be defeating the purpose.

Andy Milburn 7 years ago

I am dying to get formIT on my surface. Been doing a lot of early design work with Revit recently & this would be ideal for those first 2 or 3 days when you are just playing around with lots of quick ideas. Seems to me this could be a real breakthrough & I would love to do some posts exploring what formIT can do.

Anthony Romero 7 years ago

I second this. The staff at my office that would love to use this on windows. I won't have to push them to put down their old sketchy modeling software if this was available.

Didier D 2013-04-13 11:07:21

"yes, still iPad only, folks. But we hear you Android people!" ... And Windows ?? I teach architecture (and Revit) and I have an iPad, but almost all students haven't, only Windows laptop with sometimes a Wacom tablet or a touch screen. I like formit for sketching and the possibility of finishing in Revit, but without Windows support, I can't teach it :(

Didier D 7 years ago

"yes, still iPad only, folks. But we hear you Android people!" ... And Windows ?? I teach architecture (and Revit) and I have an iPad, but almost all students haven't, only Windows laptop with sometimes a Wacom tablet or a touch screen. I like formit for sketching and the possibility of finishing in Revit, but without Windows support, I can't teach it :(