Everything is changing to digital, then why not film scripts too? The film industry has been going through drastic changes over the years. And now it is time to move on to the digital paper script. This is possible via Final Draft Reader, an iPad reader for your final scripts. Using this app, you will never feel odd, because it is exactly similar to what you see in a printed paper. It even follows film industry’s standards in script making.
With the app you can select all the important scripts by tapping on each script. There is also the facility to swipe from one page to another.
You can highlight particular lines while reading the script and can add notes with your finger. With pages in colored background and features like email, printing, and Dropbox make the tool unique and cozy.
A lot of research has been conducted during the making of the tool in order to make it comfortable for the cast and production crew, the target customer of the app.
The only disadvantage you might have with the app is the lack of iCloud’s Documents in the Cloud support. But we hope Final Draft Reader will surely add this one too.
Because the Final Draft Reader will eliminate the wastage of print out paper scripts, it is highly recommend for folks working in the film industry. At present, you can purchase the Final Draft Reader from an app store at $19.99.
The company is also making plans to launch a full iPad editing tool, Final Draft Writer for iPad.