Announcing Version 1.4 for iOS!

Today, I am excited to announce Version 1.4 for iOS! This latest update brings new speed and simplicity to video collaboration on mobile.

Our award-winning app now supports the status management system introduced in 2 on web. Interacting with on mobile is now faster than ever with universal links and a new asset slider to effortlessly create and manage review pages.


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Check out all the updates below:


New color-coded labels communicate the status of a clip to keep everyone in sync. Let your teammates know when an asset is Approved, In Progress, or Needs Review.


Effortlessly create and manage review pages on your iPhone. Utilize the new asset slider to scroll through media and select assets without leaving the player.

UNIVERSAL LINKS links now open in the iOS app without navigating first through Safari, speeding up your review and approval process.

  • Nick

    Very cool, Emery.

  • Feedee VĂ­t

    Awesome! Will there be an iPad-optimized version in the future? 🙂

    • EmeryWells

      We’d like to but we have a long list of things we’d like to do 🙂

      • Darkness

        I would focus your backlog on those things that would best serve retention.

  • Jerz Obille

    next will be for android 😉

  • George Gjiggy Francis

    Android App availability please ?

    I rock Apple also…just curious as Android easily has the mobile market share in ALL it’s pockets..Monetization…think about it makes sense 🙂

    • EmeryWells

      We’d love to support Android at some point in the future but no timelines to share im afraid.

      • Darkness

        I don’t want to harp, and I mean no offense, but hiring a few guys in Russia to port the Android version shouldn’t break the bank. Consequently, it would expand your $user base$ exponentially. You already have the UX, you just need to port, and that doesn’t have to be a huge investment.

        The “iOS First” business model is outdated by 3-4 years now. I’ve seen 1-2 year old startups go down in smoke because they underestimated Android and overestimated the iOS market because their investors told them to only focus on Apple.

        I work in this field. I’m a UX Designer working for some of the most well known software companies. Trust me, I strongly encourage you to get the conversation about Android ramped up at For every day you don’t have an Android version, you are losing well deserved business.

        The product is awesome. I just started using it but I can tell already it’s going to make my editing life so much easier. But not all my clients have an iOS device. This sets some minor limitations for me. Luckily, anyone with a web browser can use it.

  • Jonathon Corbiere

    I second iPad app.