Tapose is based on the cool Microsoft Courier two screen tablet concept that was all the rage in 2010. The concept is now a collaborative content creation tool released for the iPad.
Tapose inspired by the Microsoft Courier concept UI is now available in the iTunes store for $2.99. It looks awesome, but lots of users review it as being buggy and slow. The 5 star rankings are mostly from people who are blown away by the user experience. The common opinion is that Tapose will be huge, when polished. So Zanther, Inc. needs to get cracking and fix those bugs, to keep people interested in Tapose.
About Tapose: Tapose (derived from the word juxtaposé) is a multifunctional productivity, multitasking and content creation resource that provides users with a collaborative multimedia Journal, fully featured Web Browser, Interactive Maps, and much more.
Tapose’s productivity features are connected to the cloud, meaning that users have unprecedented power to collaborate with others in a unified virtual workspace in real time and across different platforms. At the core of Taposé is its ultra flexible collaborative Journal feature. Supported by the Cloud, this is more than just a powerful and elegantly designed word processor.
Get Tapose on iTunes.
Watch a demo video of Tapose below.