TikiToki Desktop
TikiToki Desktop
1.5

5.0

TikiToki Desktop free download for Mac

TikiToki Desktop

1.5
28 October 2016

Timeline maker software.

Overview

TikiToki Desktop is timeline-maker software that allows you to create an unlimited number of beautiful, interactive timelines. The timelines can include images, videos, and audio from your local hard drive. TikiToki Desktop offers loads of customisation and display options (including a 3D view) to help you give your timeline a unique look.

What's new in TikiToki Desktop

Version 1.9 (1.5):

Note: The downloadable demo is version 1.5; the version available for purchase on the Mac App Store is version 1.9.

  • Autoplay - see the Advanced Settings panel
  • Arrows to navigate between images in expanded image mode
  • Bug fixes

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1 TikiToki Desktop Reviews

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curlypaws
07 May 2016

Most helpful

I'm surprised that this app doesn't have any reviews. There are a couple of timeline programs for the Mac, but nothing offering a mix of graphical presentation and power the way that TikiToki Desktop does. The program takes a little getting used to as the data entry is spread over a number of tabs. This encourages you to set up the structure of your timeline before doing the data entry. If you do this, the process works well. It has a number of ways of presenting the data which are all nicely considered and work very well. It would be nice to see an iOS version, but you can export in various formats. It has become my favourite timeline option on the Mac.
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Version 1.8
curlypaws
07 May 2016
I'm surprised that this app doesn't have any reviews. There are a couple of timeline programs for the Mac, but nothing offering a mix of graphical presentation and power the way that TikiToki Desktop does. The program takes a little getting used to as the data entry is spread over a number of tabs. This encourages you to set up the structure of your timeline before doing the data entry. If you do this, the process works well. It has a number of ways of presenting the data which are all nicely considered and work very well. It would be nice to see an iOS version, but you can export in various formats. It has become my favourite timeline option on the Mac.
Like (1)
Version 1.8