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MagicPlan 2.0 now out for iPad, new UI

New MagicPlan 2.0 offers major improvements and new user-interface


After more than nine months of development time, a new version of MagicPlan (version 2) is now out for iOS iPad. You can download the latest version from the AppStore.

After more than 1.2 million downloads, the 3D program with revolutionary “augmented reality” technology has gained more features and a brand new user interface (UI). In this release there was focus on three major areas:

  • Capture improvement through MagicAR – revolutionary augmented reality technology
  • A brand new user interface with very intuitive navigation
  • A full HD iPad version

“Following the release of MagicPlan 1, we were able to incorporate many improvements based on the valuable feedback gathered from more than one-million unique users who downloaded it. MagicPlan2.0 is our answer to all our customers and proof of our commitment to them” says Francis Malka, one of the Sensopia co-founders. “In less than 2 minutes, customers will have concrete proof that MagicPlan 2.0 is an efficient and time-saving solution for their planning needs”.

01 - MagicPlan 2.0 is now out and features a new UI and improved AR features.

In addition to MagicAR, MagicPlan 2.0 has a complete new user interface, significant improvements of the MagicPlan Cloud, a full iPad version and new pricing. “MagicPlan 2.0 has been a real technological challenge and one that we are confident that our customers will be thrilled with. MagicPlan 2.0 is a must-have tool that can be mastered within 2 minutes.” says Pierre Gaubil, Sensopia’s CEO.

MagicPlan 2.0 is free to download and free to use. MagicPlan Cloud offers different payable options to export floor plans.

MagicPlan 2.0 runs on iPhone 4 and 4S, iPod Touch (4th gen), iPad 2 and new iPad 3. You can learn more here:

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