Now that I have an iPad, Tap Forms looks pretty awful in pixel-doubled mode, and pretty tiny in 1X mode. I'm sure you will want to enhance Tap Forms for the iPad, but a simple port would be great in the meantime.37 votes
I’ve started on the port to iPad. It will be a while though as I don’t have an iPad yet and I want to test it out on the device first. It’s not available in Canada just yet.
If it's possible tap forms should send an .csv file of the records instead of pasting the content into the mail. This makes it easier to automate a program to watch a mailaccount and import the records.7 votes
I’ve actually been working on this for the next release.
It would be nice to be able to set the decimal delimiter on numeric fields in the export settings.
If you live in a country (as I do) with a comma instead of a point as a decimal delimiter then for example Excel does not recognize fields with a point as numerics. As a consequence calculation are not correct.
This suggestion would improve the usability of exports greatly3 votes
I have started working on letting you specify a localized number formatter for number field types.
For quotations so I can do a little sketch of the project and then email the whole quotation to my supplier with all the information about the customer etc.2 votes
This will be in the next update.
Every form should have a field that you can set to the default reciever to mail to. If that takes to long to implant then maybe a global email contact at least? Possibilitiy to fetch email address from contacts aswell as setting it manualy.1 vote
In the next release Tap Forms will remember the last email address a form was sent to.
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