Arsenal Reader is a free viewer for Collections created with Magic Bullet Arsenal for iPad. IMPORTANT: This is just the free viewer. Creating Collections requires the full version of Magic Bullet Arsenal.
Chances are you’re downloading Arsenal Reader because someone has shared an Arsenal Collection with you. If so, you’re in the right place! Download this free app, find the file ending with “.arsenal” in your email, and tap the icon.
Magic Bullet Arsenal is a portfolio app for showing your creative work. These Collections let you easily share a simple, gorgeous, graphical presentation of photos and movies—and this app allows you to browse those Collections for free.
The .arsenal file can be compact and linked to media on Dropbox or FTP, or have all the images and movies contained in the file. Your cloud-based Collections are always in sync whenever you’re online, but they are also cached locally on your iPad for offline browsing.
Arsenal Reader is the free viewer for rich, visual media Collections created with Magic Bullet Arsenal.
• Sharing is free. You can open Arsenal Collections from anyone using Magic Bullet Arsenal for iPad, and view in beautiful detail on the new iPad's Retina display.
• Arsenal Reader is easy to browse. Your Collection can contain as many “Strips” as you like, and each Strip scrolls independently.
• Your cloud Collections are always in sync. Any changes that you or your colleagues make to the Dropbox or FTP folders will be reflected the next time you launch Arsenal Reader.
• Supports original iPad, iPad 2 and new iPad; and iOS 4.2 and iOS 5.0+
• Full support for Retina display
• Supports images up to 5,000 pixels wide or high; original iPad images up to 3,000 pixels
• Photo formats: JPG and PNG
• Video formats: H.264 and MPEG-4 in .mp4 and .mov file formats
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