What’s Coming Up Next? – Tom Bluewater Introducing iScrapboard for iOS

iOS Swift iPhone app iScrapboard

TOKYO (Tom Bluewater) – iScrapboard is the iOS counterpart of the last desktop application (Scrapboard Cloud) we introduced earlier.

iScrapboard is a multi-page virtual bulletin where you can post a number of text notes, pictures and more. You have options of store data locally or on the iCloud data server. By uploading data to iCloud, you can share the same set of data with other iOS devices and macOS desktop computers.

iOS Swift iPhone app iScrapboard

Tom Bluewater
  iOS Swift iPhone app iScrapboard

Tom Bluewater


  1. The virtual bulletin board has an infinite number of pages.
  2. Create a picture post with a picture you select from Photos and the camera roll, adding borders to it with a color of your selection (more than 60 color options).
  3. Create a text post (text notes). Select a font family, font size, text color, background color, text alignment.
  4. Create a URL post (a title with a URL link). When the user taps the title of a URL post, it will be redirected to the corresponding URL with their default web browser.
  5. Create a time post (the title of an event with the time when it takes place). The app counts down the remaining time second by second.
  6. The user can move any of posts they touch with their finger around the board. As for the URL post, the user must touch the @ symbol with their figner in order to move it.
  7. The user can edit, delete, move a post to a different page.
  8. Tapping a button from the menu at the top, the user can upload the latest record of posts to iCloud.
  9. Tapping a button from the menu at the top, the user can download the latest record posts from iCloud.
  10. Share the same set of data through the macOS counterpart (Scrapboard Cloud).
  11. Languages: English and Japanese
  12. Application file size: 83.3 MB

System requirements

  1. iOS 10.0 or above
  2. iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5S, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, iPhone SE, iPod Touch, iPad 2, iPad Air, iPad Air 2, iPad Pro, iPad mini 2, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 4
  3. Internet connection + iCloud account if the user chooses to store data on the iCloud server


  1. The application only supports the portrait orientation.
  2. In order to store data on the iCloud server, the user must have access to the Internet connection and an iCloud account with iCloud Drive on.
  3. The width is fixed for the text post, the URL post, the time post.
  4. The title must be made in one line for the URL post and the time post.
  5. When the user creates a time post, the time of an event must be at least one hour ahead of the current time.
  6. Since macOS and iOS adopt different coordinate systems, when the user synchronizes the remote disk to the latest record from the macOS counterpart, a post that was originally shown at the top of the board will appear at the bottom with this application.
  7. In order to use the same record of posts with the macOS counterpart, the user needs to use Scrapboard Cloud, which will be a separate purchase since it’s available at a difference store.

Version history

Version 2.0.3 (Released on January 5th, 2018)

  1. A minor change is made when the app requests the user to enter a number in moving a post.

Trial/Demo version

There is no trial or demo version available.

iScrapboard is a product of Tom Bluewater.
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