Daniel Ewald, landscape architect

Useful iPad apps for architects and designers

Since my purchase of Apple’s iPad I have continuously been searching for useful applications for my use as a landscape architecture student. The list grows by the day. In this post I will list applications I have come to use regularly in my studies, as well as recommendations on useful tools for the architect and designer on the go. Many of the applications featured in this list have previously been selected as App of the Week in the Apple application store. Clicking on the links will take you to the application’s information page connected to iTunes.
I will update this post with more handy apps as time goes by – If you have recommendations, please don’t hesitate to leave me a reply!

Reading, note taking and file sorting

Dropbox has been around for a while now, and as a student this program is invaluable – backup of important files, group projects, etc. The iPad app lets you view your Dropbox folders and content, import and export. More and more apps are getting support for backing up your data through Dropbox.

The sexiest sketchbook app to date. Check out the review at Engadget here.

Taking notes and keeping them synchronised between your platforms by keeping everything in a searchable information cloud. A necessity.

This app has taken a turn for the excellent with its recent updates. Record audio and note alongside – the notes will be synched to your audio so you can navigate through the recording afterwards in a practical way. Perfect for interviews and research.

The hand-written notebook of choice, this application rose from great to excellent with the addition of customised backgrounds – which allows you to take notes on, say, a landscape plan.

Elegant notebook with many nice features such as projector support for presentations as well as Evernote synchronisation.

Fast and reliable PDF-reader, it even has options for annotation in the documents.

iAnnotate PDF’s intuitive interface and comprehensive, customizable set of features let you annotate, manage, and share documents from your iPad. It’s one of those apps you know is a keeper the first time you open it.

Elegant annotation and presentation tool, with an intuitive connection to Evernote.

Brainstorming and concept development

My preferred application for getting that elusive idea down on “paper” when I need to.

As previously mentioned, a great brainstorming tool that makes sharing of ideas very simple.

Interactive brainstorming and visual thinking tool, with a very user friendly approach.

Doodle in real time with your colleagues. This app allows you to share ideas through sketching, and supports creative sessions with up to four iPad users simultaneously. It also has built-in voice chat.

Create pools, find dates, book meetings and invite attendees easily through this mobile version of the Doodle platform.

On-site analysis, planning and visualisation

Inception enables architects to rapidly develop preliminary scopes, conceptual budgets, bubble diagrams and total project cost analyses.

A handy tool for construction managers and planners, AproPLAN centralizes all your project information in one place. All your documents, plans, remarks, pictures, messages and meeting points are now in one application allowing you to follow your projects end-to-end.

A 3D augmented reality viewer app, handy for getting a feel for the spatial variability of the solar angle throughout the year.

Microsoft’s Photosynth has been around for a while. This app, primarily for iPhone, is excellent: it allows you to capture interactive panoramas and easily share them afterwards. Perfect for spatial analysis.

EasyMeasure shows you the distance to objects seen through the camera lens of your iPhone or iPad.

This extremely handy application allows you to measure dimensions and angles, as well as make annotations in your photos. Share your material afterwards in just a few taps.

For the interior designer, this application allows you to create and redecorate rooms, add furniture, materials and textures, and export the results in to-scale graphics.

SightSpace allows you to view Google SketchUp models on the go, and if you have an iPhone or iPad2 you can use the integrated augmented reality feature to see how the model will look placed on site.

A very handy tool for on-site visualisations, this app allows you to place built-in plant images and material textures to photos.

Norwegian application: Norsk Prisbok contains extensive lists of building industry fees and construction data for the Norwegian market.

Norwegian application: Artskart contains geographical on species of animals, plants and fungi within a designated area, sorted by categories. Especially relevant when mapping endangered species on a site.

Sketching

The sexiest sketchbook app to date. Check out the review at Engadget here.

An intuitive, minimalistic sketching tool, resembling the feel of charcoal drawing. Read more and see examples in my post here.

Doodle in real time with your colleagues. This app allows you to share ideas through sketching, and supports creative sessions with up to four iPad users simultaneously. It also has built-in voice chat.

Illustration and photography

The illustration app of choice of many users, with a handy playback function and intuitive UI.

A professional painting and sketching app, with an incredibly stable and powerful engine. Highly recommended.

For those visual ideas that needs some extra juice.

As above, only with a more authentic feel. If Sketchbook Pro feels like Photoshop light, this feels more like Painter.

A lightweight and powerful photo editor, with especially brilliant filter functions.

Microsoft’s Photosynth has been around for a while. This app, primarily for iPhone, is excellent: it allows you to capture interactive panoramas and easily share them. Perfect for spatial analysis.

Technical drawing and vector graphics

Precision vector 2D drawing & design tool, with handy export features.

The AutoCAD 360 (formerly known as AutoCAD WS) allows you to sync CAD-drawings using a registered account to view and share them when not on your work computer, as well as minor editing.

Remember that chunky Space Navigator? Shelf time. This app lets you control your 3D models through your iPad.

GraphPad is a touch based engineering drawing application that allows users to quickly create accurate, to scale drawings on the iPad.

3D modelling, model viewing and presentation

With Autodesk® 123D™ Sculpt you can sculpt and paint interesting and realistic 3D shapes.

Capture your environment in 3D with this handy app. Especially neat are the export functions to other 3D formats.

Do basic analysis of sun and shade and quickly model volumes to get an impression of space and dimensions on site, and even import satellite maps to supplement your model.

View your Infraworks projects and various scenarios on the go with this app.

Import and view your Rhino 3D models and export pictures. Red and cyan 3D-glasses sold separately!

View and present BIM models through this 3D presentation tool.

SightSpace allows you to view Google SketchUp models on the go, and if you have an iPhone or iPad2 you can use the integrated augmented reality feature to see how the model will look placed on site.

Vegetation planning and plant libraries

This is a compilation of over 5000 plants; flowers, trees and shrubs, searchable by common or scientific name. An essential guide for landscape architects.

This app has an extensive index of plants for regular use by landscape architects, with pictures and valuable practice options for students.

Based on Michael A. Dirr’s Manual of Woody Landscape Plants, this app allows you to search through 1670 species and 7800 cultivars of plants by 72 different criteria, including hardiness zones, water and light requirements, growth characteristics, flowers, fruits, and fall colors.

A very handy tool for on-site visualisations, this app allows you to place built-in plant images and material textures to photos.

Networking, news and social media

The #1 social media application; it creates a magazine layout of your social media feeds.

Lightweight blog editor with the functions you need for creating a post on the go, without the awkwardness of tiny smartphone screens.

Good looking and easy to use Flickr application.

The easiest way to share photos on the go, with the filters as an added bonus, not to mention the social buzz.

One of the fastest growing social mediums today; Pinterest is a tool to find your inspiration and share it with others.

Morpholio makes it possible for architects, designers, photographers, artists, or members of any image driven culture to present, share, and get feedback on their work in one seamless platform.

Inspiration

Inspirational lectures for streaming or download.

A constantly updated picture stream of new architecture.

  • Yes is More! An Archicomic on Architectural Evolution by BIG

YES IS MORE is a manifesto of architecture produced by the Copenhagen-based group BIG, told in comic book form.

Browse the latest work of famous designers worldwide.

One of the fastest growing social mediums today; Pinterest is a tool to find your inspiration and share it with others.

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72 Responses

  1. Rob says:

    There’s a new engineering design application called GraphPad out which I think you’ll find interesting. It’s a very intuitive and specifically designed for the iPad. There’s a lot more information about it at http://www.robertshawhan.com.

  2. We’ve been working hard on Architactile Inception for iPad for about a year. Version 1 was released in January. Inception is a tool for the iPad developed specifically for architects that allows the rapid development of preliminary scope, conceptual budget and bubble diagrams for new projects. It’s mostly used as part of the sales process for architectural services to prove high level feasibility of a project to both the client and the architect. Our clients say that Inception saves them weeks during the early stages of project acquisition.

    http://architactile.com

    Matt Galloway
    Founder & Chief Technologist, Architactile
    Phone: 918-808-3072

  3. [...] Links to the abovementioned applications for drawing and sketching can be found here. [...]

  4. [...] best iPad apps for architects I will discuss in this post does not come in order and I hope that these software will help you [...]

  5. [...] are several top quality sketching applications available for the iPad. I’ve previously listed some of my personal favorites. Today I wanted to share some examples of sketches done in ASketch. This app is a very intuitive [...]

  6. Autodesk Labs newly released what they call 123D: http://www.123dapp.com. Sculpt for the iPad seemes very exciting (haven’t tested yet) from what they show at the website. Maybe someting for your list?

    • Daniel Ewald says:

      Hey Knut! Nice to see you dropping by.
      I’ve tested 123D, and it is indeed interesting. The application is surprisingly lightweight and the sculpting tools are intuitive. For us architects, however, the use may be somewhat limited – in my experience, it only allows for sculpting of relatively small objects. But as an interior designer or concept designer it is indeed worth a go. I’ll add it to the list!

  7. don’t worry Daniel, I’ll be dropping by rett som det er :)

    and I agree. It’s not very useful. Yet. but a funny and intuitive way to model and hopefully we will have something similar to work with some day.
    the “123d Catch” however is quite useful right away. not for the iPad. yet. but worth a go!

  8. Holly says:

    2 Questions – I’m in the process of getting my dad (architect) up to speed with his iPad. Of the above mentioned apps, which ones can you not live without. Also, do you have a favorite stylus? There are so many out there and he is so picky. I thought you might be able to share some insight.
    Thanks :)

    • Daniel Ewald says:

      Hi Holly,

      I would at least get the sketching apps; they are brilliant. Get Snapseed for picture editing, as well. I use all of the listed productivity apps – always a need for good note takers, document viewers and cloud storage applications. For your architect father, AutoCAD WS will come in handy, and I’d check out Sightspace 3D too; not necessarily a must-have, however. I’m currently reviewing a number of new applications that might be of interest, as well, including a 3D-model controller application called Maide Control (an application that allows you to pan, zoom and orbit 3D-models in the same fashion as the external Space Navigator). Information on these will be up soon.

      Regarding styluses there are indeed many available. I’ve only tested a few, and ordered a Wacom Bamboo stylus for myself (see my review of it here). I can recommend that one highly; I’ve used it daily since I got it.

      • Holly says:

        Perfect! I currently have the Bamboo wrapped and ready to go so I know I’m on the right track! I thought I might also get him the Jot Pro, but I guess we’ll see how he likes this one first.
        Thanks so much for your input. I’ll be looking for the updated reviews.

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  10. srio says:

    Using Glovius, you can view Sketchup, 3DS, Obj and many other 3D format files on your ipad.To improve the performance, we convert the files into a format more suitable for these mobile devices.

    We have made Glovius app for iOS and Android devices free till Feb 14, 2012.

  11. babu says:

    hi, very useful info. i am from bangalore, India. looking at gifting an ipad2 for my son who is into 2nd Year under graduation in Architecture. would the basic ipad2, 32GB do or should i go for higher versions…thanks in advance

    • Daniel Ewald says:

      Hi Babu,

      Glad to hear that you find my post useful.

      I’ve been using a 32 GB version myself and have never had issues with lack of storage space. I would consider the iPad 3, however, as it was just released. I’ve been running the first generation till now and am finally considering an upgrade (mainly to get the camera functionality, and as such I could have settled for the iPad 2 – but as they say, the stronger, the better).

      Best,

      Daniel

  12. Morrow Brady says:

    Definitely the new ipad is the way forward.

    Clear is a great simple task list app that I use lots. PaperDesk is great for notes and sketching.

    I’m also developing my own app to allow designers at early stages to assemble bubble diagrams.

    Keep an eye on my website and wish me luck.

    http://www.plansort.com

  13. shahnaz says:

    Hey Daniel..A great post for ipad newbies who are arhitects..I have just got an ipad for my architect friend and this post made all the difference…Thanks so mch..Keep posting..

    • Daniel Ewald says:

      Thanks! Happy to hear it!

      • Shahnaz says:

        Hi Daniel…Your list is definitely handy but its more than an year old now. As I mentioned earlier I want apps which works for an architect. Should I still follow the above list or are there apps which are better than them?

        I downloaded penultimate but my friend(vivian), he hardly uses it. He liked bamboo better (I downloded the free version for trial).

        I also want your suggestion on sketchpads- whether to go for procreate or sketchbook. I have read many reviews and I am persuaded to go for procreate but i think it lacks certain tools which might come handy for vivi- use of rulers and grids, basic geometric shapes and in general tools for line drawings. What is ur take on this- sketchbook pro or procreate?!

        I and perhaps many others would be grateful if you could consider making a new list of archi apps combining the best of old and new.

        thanks :)

      • Daniel Ewald says:

        Hi Shahnaz,

        Time flies fast in the digital world – but rest assured, the apps listed are still great, and most are updated quite frequently. I will probably revise the list soon as some of the applications have become obsolete, and newer apps have taken their place. There are also differences now between the apps supporting the higher resolution retina displays and those who do not, something that should be mentioned on a list such as this.

        Regarding sketchbooks it really depends on preference. Personally I rarely sit down to create professional looking visualisations on the go these days, although I could with the tools available. Both Sketchbook Pro and Procreate are great apps – Procreate has a better resource management and thus runs smoother, allowing for a more free painting technique. The UI is also cleaner than that of Sketchbook Pro. That said, for sketching I almost exclusively use Paper now – I prefer the minimalist approach to sketchbooks. Layers, effects and brush styles are great and all, but for getting ideas down fast you want as little clutter as possible, I find. My teacher uses Brushes (an app that’s not on my list). I’d recommend trying the different ones out to see which one feels better for you.

        To draw accurate geometric shapes, rulers and grids you’d want more technical tools; such as iDesign.

  14. mike the willow says:

    Hi D – have you had many people ask about similar android app’s? in a similar situation as you, working on putting together a nice toolbox of app’s, but all your suggestions are strictly for apple. do you or anyone else you know have this info and are they willing to share it?

    • Daniel Ewald says:

      Hi Mike,

      I haven’t recieved any questions about android equivalents at all, no – and it’s a good question indeed. I use an android phone myself but it’s been limited to note-taking and the like…It would be very interesting to see a similar list for android tablets. I personally don’t know anyone using android tablets, to be honest…

      D

  15. Check out our app PunchLists, available in the App Store: http://bit.ly/KYp7ZG

  16. samialee says:

    Thanks for these professional applications. Great post!

    In business/productivity app, I’d like to recommend a great one which integrated an interesting concept; saving time from your notes. This app, Beesy, generates automatically ToDo lists from a smart note taking. Also, the advantage is you can easily generate professional minutes from your notes and send them by email. Besides, you can browse your ToDo by actions,projects or people. You save a lot of time at meetings.
    I strongly recommend Beesy for people which often have meetings and want to appreciate them again ;)

    http://www.beesapps.com/beesy-ipad-to-do/

    Samia

  17. [...] add furniture, materials and textures, and export the results in to-scale graphics. Link to App. This entry was posted in App. Bookmark the permalink. ← [...]

  18. [...] preliminary scopes, conceptual budgets, bubble diagrams and total project cost analyses. Link to App. This entry was posted in App. Bookmark the permalink. ← Home Design [...]

  19. [...] your material afterwards in just a few taps. A real time saver, and a general must-have. Link to App. This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. ← Architactile [...]

  20. [...] use the integrated augmented reality feature to see how the model will look placed on site. Link to App. This entry was posted in App. Bookmark the permalink. ← My Measures & [...]

  21. [...] use by landscape architects, with pictures and valuable practice options for students. Link to App. This entry was posted in App. Bookmark the permalink. ← SightSpace [...]

  22. [...] searchable by common or scientific name. An essential guide for landscape architects. Link to App. This entry was posted in App. Bookmark the permalink. ← [...]

  23. [...] visual recognition software to help identify tree species from photographs of their leaves. Link to App. This entry was posted in App. Bookmark the permalink. ← [...]

  24. [...] water and light requirements, growth characteristics, flowers, fruits, and fall colors. Link to App. This entry was posted in App. Bookmark the permalink. ← [...]

  25. [...] this app allows you to place built-in plant images and material textures to photos. Link to App. This entry was posted in App. Bookmark the permalink. ← Dirr’s Tree and Shrub [...]

  26. [...] sessions with up to four iPad users simultaneously. It also has built-in voice chat. Link to App. This entry was posted in App. Bookmark the permalink. ← [...]

  27. [...] intuitive, minimalistic sketching tool, resembling the feel of charcoal drawing. Link to App. This entry was posted in App. Bookmark the permalink. ← [...]

  28. [...] professional painting and sketching app, with an incredibly stable and powerful engine. Link to App. This entry was posted in App. Bookmark the permalink. ← [...]

  29. [...] constantly updated picture stream of new architecture. Link to App. This entry was posted in App. Bookmark the permalink. ← [...]

  30. Hi Daniel,

    I’m BeesApps founder, the company that developed Beesy.
    Just saw through google that you’re currently testing Beesy in your App portfolio.
    I’ll be glad to discuss with you over email about your impressions, remarks and suggestion.
    Do not hesitate to contact me directly so that we can get your feedbacks and improve the App.

    Kind regards,
    David

    • Daniel Ewald says:

      Hello David, and my apologies for the late reply. I have been busy with project productions and presentations as of late and have had little time to explore new apps these past couple of months. Now that I have more time I will explore the features of Beesy further. Have there perhaps been recent developments I should be aware of?

      Best,
      Daniel

  31. James says:

    I’ve had great luck with LeafCompass (www.leafcompass.com). You can do all your estimates and contracts, as well as scheduling your jobs. I think they have a free trial as well.

  32. Shane Hester says:

    Very nice site/discussions. I’m not an architect but I do estimate new jobs/tear-outs etc. in the field. I need an app that simply lets me sketch openings and dimensions. Just think of 2D shop drawings if I didn’t explain well enough. I would love to hear any recommendations that you may have

    • Daniel Ewald says:

      Thank you, Shane.
      For intuitive layout of dimensions and openings in 2D plans I can recommend Home Design 3D – you may not be using the 3D part of the program, but the 2D layout functionality is great, fast and easy. Measurements and area calculations are automatically put in and easy to configure. Doors can be dragged and dropped into place, and walls can be made invisible via a single tap.

      • Shane Hester says:

        Thank you so much for pointing me in the right direction. Since you mentioned doors in your response that raises another question that you might be able to help on. I specialize in commercial storefront, hollow metal and automatic doors. Is there an app available with pre-loaded or accessible blocks of door layouts that can be pulled up quickly and edited or just ready to add dimensions like the door elevations found in your typical building plans? I appreciate you letting me pick your brain on this topic. I’m just a regular guy…intimidated by AutoCad, but willing to learn what I need to be more efficient

      • Daniel Ewald says:

        No problem. I’m afraid I might not be able to help you further with technical structures such as automatic doors and the like, however – I’m not sure if there are apps that contain such directories, at least not among the ones I’ve tested. Then again I haven’t really searched for it; my focus being primarily on tools suited for landscape architects. In other words, there just might be an app like that, but none that I know of at the moment. Perhaps you should give your plans a spin in SketchUp on your desktop? There should be plenty of blocks in Trimble’s model library suited to your purpose, and if not it’s very simple to create your own. Top and side views let you work in plan and section, respectively, and with apps like SigthSpace you can even view and discuss your models in the field.

  33. Doug says:

    Check out Photosynth from Microsoft, very cool and easy to use for creating stitched images in all directions

    • Daniel Ewald says:

      Ooh, have they made an app now? Perfect! Thanks for the tip!

      • Shane Hester says:

        After an exhaustive search I couldn’t find an app to do exactly what I was looking for but I found an absolute jewel for anyone who deals with doors and hardware. ahsdoorsurvey in itunes is free and worth looking at. I have not had the oppurtunity to put it to practical use yet, but it looks very promising.

      • Daniel Ewald says:

        Great! Thanks for the tip, Shane. I’ll be sure to check it out.

  34. Shaye says:

    Hi Daniel
    Great list, just wondering if you know of any apps similiar to the suggested Autocad apps for Archicad?
    Cheers
    Shaye

    • Daniel Ewald says:

      Hi Shaye,
      Not just yet that I know of – there are few precision tools on the iPad for the time being. There have been rumors of Graphisoft developing an app, however.

  35. Hello Daniel,

    would be really great if you could review AproPLAN – handy application for the architects, that saves time on administration, increase efficiency in communication – because as you say yourself – communication is everything!

    Let me know if you need further info, I’d be very happy to help!

    http://www.aproplan.com/

    best regards,
    Alfiya

    Marketing Team AproPLAN

  36. Jason Wagner says:

    Daniel,

    I recently got an iPad and stumbled upon your post. Looking forward to trying out some of these apps! One I found irreplaceable is iAnnotate. It syncs to Dropbox and has a very robust palate of tools to mark up PDF files. I use it on site to add notes directly to my floor plan. You can also take photos and add them to the PDF file but it starts to make the file unwieldy after a while. Once you have your markups done you can sync back to dropbox, or share it via email. I do this for many of the projects I have to review for production staff while flying from one jobsite to the next. I can make all my annotations during the flight and then send it to the office once I land and get connectivity again.

    Cheers!

    Jason

    • Daniel Ewald says:

      Jason,

      Thank you, I hope you will find my list useful. And thank you very much for suggesting iAnnotate; I will add it to the list. A powerful tool indeed.

      Best,
      Daniel

  37. derek says:

    hey daniel,

    just bought a 4th gen ipad and am in the stone selling industry. Which apps would be best to use to scale out drawings? or take pics of houses and scale them. I also want an app to take a picture of the house and be able to cut and paste out old stone siding and paste in the new stone and be able to show them how the house will look with the new siding. As well as be able to do this for the interior such as a feature wall or over the fireplace. Let me know, thanks!

    • Daniel Ewald says:

      Derek,
      There are few precision tools for the iPad, as in apps to create drawings to scale; the ones that I’ve found are on my list – such as GraphPad and Home Design 3D, the latter requires you to build a model of the house and then add textures before exporting. However, scaling houses from pictures is a different task altogether – I don’t know if any app allows you to do that, you will need to take measures and create a model or CAD drawing at the very least. For this purpose you might want to check out apps that allow you to take photos and add dimensions, like Easymeasure and My Measures and Dimensions.
      Now, apps like iScape allows you to visualise changes in features such as vegetation and textures in a scene; however it doesn’t support cut and paste functions of custom textures that you require. Perhaps the best option here would be to simply use one of the sketching apps, like Sketchbook Pro or Procreate that can import photos and sort them in layers, and manipulate your photos this way.

  38. Marie says:

    I live on an acre and want to landscape it and am looking for an app where I can take pictures of my home and yard and play around with landscaping elements to see how it will look and feel. Is there something like that out there? I’ve read through everything here and may be missing it because of lingo or my lack of tech knowledge. Thanks!

    • Daniel Ewald says:

      Hi Marie,
      It depends what you mean by landscape elements – if you need a simple way to visualise scenes from your home and yard with different types of vegetation and/or materials, you could try iScape. Otherwise there are few options besides photo manipulation – the sketching apps in the list could be helpful for this.

  39. John says:

    My Measures and Dimensions is a great one. I love it!

  40. Hey Daniel, we recently launched ArchiSnapper, an app for architectural site reports without the headaches! It lets you collect and document relevant data, pictures and even remarks with your smartphone or tablet during construction site visits. ArchiSnapper generates and sends out your PDF reports with a single mouse click.

    I’m curious about your feedback on this app. Please let me know if you want to try it out with some help of me…

    • Daniel Ewald says:

      Pieter,
      I’ve tested several similar apps before and am curious of the look and flow of your UI and how much preparation/setup is needed beforehand in order to create the reports (adding contacts, managing clients and so on), as well as the look/format of the product. I will add it to my list of apps to check out and give it a go when time permits.

      Best,
      Daniel

  41. Kay Siegert says:

    There´s an iPad app called “Plaans” for construction site documentation and quantity surveys. This might be interesting as well. Here´s the app home page: http://www.plaans.com

  42. Hey! What about ‘smart drawings’ app? It is very useful – you can draw without stylus any houseplant or blueprint!

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