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Design your room, office, apartment, or entire house. The app has simple user interface, once you get the basics, you can draw whatever you imagine. <br><br>Features:<br>- View the project in 3D<br>- Wide object library, you can create your own objects inside<br>- Projects can have multiple floors<br>- Build on floor plan image<br>- Print in scale (e.g. 1:50)<br>- Lots of advanced functions<br>- Organize and transfer your project files between devices via Dropbox and iCloud Drive<br>- Translated to 43 languages<br><br>The app is free, only saving of projects is disabled to let you test and evaluate the application. Saving functionality can be unlocked as in-app purchase.
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I was looking for something to measure my living room. I plan to purchase a few pieces of furniture and needed to see a before and after. I began by trying out the software for free. After getting halfway through designing it, I decided to purchase it. Not sure why people are giving it so few stars. After using the info icon to learn all the tools, I was able to lay out my room, even adding textures and colors. The 3D feature is great, and you can print as well. Thanks for a great app.
There’s a featured review for this app (which includes the developer’s response) that attempts to raise the issue I’m having, only it’s not very well written, so hold my coffee. When you start a new project, the app prompts you for the room dimensions. It is at this point the app expects you to enter inches only, despite the sample entry showing the standard format x’ y” (with a space in between). If you actually enter, as did I, 21’ 6”, it converts it to 1’ 9”. It ignores the apostrophe foot indicator and converts whatever number is there to inches. That’s what 21 inches is: one foot, nine inches. So, yes, you must convert all your dimensions to inches before you begin. This is a problem. The developer may *SAY* that apostrophes can be entered but after multiple attempts (with and without spaces in between), I am relaying the *ACTUAL* behavior. I didn’t get any further than this with the app, I’m afraid, so unless (and until) this issue is solved, I’ll shelve all other opinions.
Planning a 2 room Reno that I could not do without Room Arranger. I wish there were more choices for decor, like drapes.
Sure it’s a nice option to have mm,cm, and inches for measurements but, what in the hell were you thinking when you applied that walls?? So I’m just supposed to do the math on every wall to convert into inches because some idiot didn’t add FEET to the measurements. Oh yea it may show up in feet when you first start to edit the walls but when you add for example 5’ 10” it legit thinks the whole number is in inches it doesn’t not recognize apostrophes ‘. I have no idea how none of these reviews complains about this. Obviously they’re fake reviews because its ridiculous if they’re real.
I was really pleased with this app until I had to update to iso 12 on my iPad since then it crashes every time I try to use the texture. This is highly annoying and I wish they would fix this bug
Developed by Jan Adamec.
Room Arranger is ranking in Productivity & Lifestyle
Last update was at Oct 31, 2019and the current version is 9.5.9.
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Room Arranger have a 134a user reviews.
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