Tap Forms helps you organize all kinds of things in one place – secure, searchable, and accessible on your Mac (iOS + Apple Watch app sold separately). How can one app organize everything? Because not only can you use and customize the 33 built-in templates but you can create your own “forms” for inputting any kind of information, even if that information includes pictures, doodles, audio recordings, calculations, file attachments, ratings, or even links to other forms. This makes it almost like building your very own customized organization app.
- Capture your way: add a picture, type some text, attach a file – there are 23 different types of information that can be captured with Tap Forms.
- Organize your way: Create and design custom forms exactly how you want to for optimal organization. Get started with one of our ready-to-go form templates, or easily make a custom one from scratch with our integrated form building tools.
- Store confidential data with confidence: Tap Forms’ security settings let you optionally require a password, and even auto-lock when idle for a custom period of time. Using AES encryption, you can rest easy knowing your data is safe and secure.
- Import, export, share: It’s easy to import your data from existing files, so getting started is a breeze. Import your data from text, CSV, Bento and more. Exporting allows you to share with Mac, Windows, and Linux users.
- Layout designer for creating custom form layouts
- Sync with Tap Forms for iOS and Mac with or without the cloud
- Advanced search rules with multi-field record filtering
- Lightning-fast search
- Share form templates with friends, family, and co-workers
- Import and export standard text, CSV and XLSX files from Excel, Numbers, or other systems
- Print 24 different types of barcodes including ISBN, UPC, Code 39, QR code, EAN, and more!
- Label printing engine includes over 1,000 Avery label templates
- Print record details
- Supports importing multiple Tap Forms Archive (.tfarc) files at once now
- Thumbnails are now generated immediately when dragging a photo into the new Media Browser window
- Adjusted the scaling of photos so that if there's only one photo in the field, it scales to fit rather than scales to fill, eliminating the images being cut off on the left and right for landscape oriented images
- Bug that prevented the last cell at the bottom-right of the spreadsheet views from recognizing clicks
- Photo printing issue when using the Table of records print layout. Photos weren't being scaled properly
- Content in Pick Lists that were using the Combo Box control was overlapping the button arrow on the right if the layout object was set to be right justified
- Paste bug that caused the spreadsheet controls to not render all the columns after the paste, causing you not to be able to reach the columns to the right
- Crash when clicking the Edit Label button
- Issue with text appearing black in Dark Mode on Mojave on the Calendar view
- Performance problem when editing records in a form that has a Photo field in it. Eventually Tap Forms would get bogged down and consume all your CPU and lots of memory
macOS 10.12 or later, 64-bit processor