Tomorrow the app should be submitted to the iTunes app store — hopefully it will be on sale for $0.99 in the next few days. I'll keep you guys posted.
Tapstack Demo Video
In the mean time, I've created a quick demo video of the Tapstack on my iPod touch, to show you what the app looks like and how it works:
I love how the Tapstack app displays the sketchnotes. My original sketchnote pages were created in a Moleskine sketchbook, so the card stack format works really well. Funnily enough, creating numbers for every page was the most work!
I'm very excited to see sketchnotes available as a handy mobile reference for the iPhone and iPod touch. I'm already thinking about creating Tapstacks for SEED 1 and SEED 3, SXSW Interactive 2008 and An Event Apart 2008.
If you're interested in seeing any or all of those, let me know!
Throughout the Tapstack planning and building process, the SixVoices crew (Mark Carpenter, Samuel Bowles and Jonah Bailey) were great to work with. It's so much fun working a bunch of guys so excited about building new products. Thanks guys!