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Is there a Flowchart application out there (for the iPad)? I do have a copy of iThought HD; however, that is mind mapping. It works great for developing projects for school; however, not so much with process development.

Any ideas???
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I don't have a solution for you iCrush but I am interested in an app that would provide the solution you are looking for.
 

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You'll probably baulk at the price, but OmniGraffle is the best.

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I use the Mac version, so I knew it would pretty much be what I was expecting. Whether the $49 is worth it to you, only you can answer. So far, it's the only real solution I've found for the iPad.
 
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You'll probably baulk at the price, but OmniGraffle is the best.

Cheers,

I would not mind the price, if I export it to a PC application like Visio. It does what I am looking for, I am just a PC person not a Mac person.

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Did you ever try this? I've been tasked with a side project mapping a process at work and I'd like to do some of the work on my iPad. Instaviz seems too primitive (it seems to only do oblongs and rectangles), Omnigraffle seems like overkill (also it doesn't appear to take advantage of the iPad and let you draw the shapes - you just select them from menus).
 

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Did you ever try this? I've been tasked with a side project mapping a process at work and I'd like to do some of the work on my iPad. Instaviz seems too primitive (it seems to only do oblongs and rectangles), Omnigraffle seems like overkill (also it doesn't appear to take advantage of the iPad and let you draw the shapes - you just select them from menus).
I'm missing something here epb. I can understand what you don't like, but I don't see the "this" that you referred to in your post.
 

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I'm missing something here epb. I can understand what you don't like, but I don't see the "this" that you referred to in your post.

I was referring to iCrush's last post about OmniGraffle.
 
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Check out inFlowchart at the App Store.
It's a very well designed and easy to use app, focused on flowcharts, that is only a fraction of OmniGraffle's price.
 

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Is there a Flowchart application out there (for the iPad)? I do have a copy of iThought HD; however, that is mind mapping. It works great for developing projects for school; however, not so much with process development.

Any ideas???
iCrush

Take a look at TouchDraw for iPad - more than just FlowCharts, but it seems to work well and has regular updates - $6.99

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Hey iCrush, I found Cubetto to be a great tool. It it pricey (US-$ 30) but the developer has a flowchart only version which is about a third of the price of Cubetto. But I was mentioning Cubetto since you specifically named process development and Cubetto has a number of modeling languages, including BPMN, Flowchart, UML and Event-driven Process Chains. Hope this helps.

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As this thread is almost 2 years old and the OP has likely found their answer or has moved on and hasn't been active in almost a year, this thread is now closed.
 
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