Two apps that are great tools for attorneys, TranscriptPad and TrialPad have just been updated. These apps help you prepare for trials, hearings and mediations. No matter what kind of litigation you may be involved with, these apps help you streamline and organize your thoughts.
TranscriptPad, is an app that allows you to review, markup and organize text file transcripts. One of the neat features is the ability to review through a transcript (note the file must be imported into the app as a txt file) and mark up parts of the transcript and organize them by topic. When you are finished, you can generate and share different reports that contain the relevant portions, organized by the topics you have created.
The updates to the app include:
> New Case Archiving functionality, for backing up and sharing larger cases.
> Stability improvements when importing corrupt case archives.
> Addressed UI Issues after generating reports in portrait orientation.
> Addressed an issue with using slash characters in a Case name.
> Other minor UI improvements.
TrialPad, an app that allows you to organize, present and markup documents, play videos and otherwise present information to a court, jury or in mediation, has also been updated.
This app is a great tool for zeroing in on relevant portions of documents, photos or other digital materials. You or witnesses can mark up the images in real time to allow the decision maker to focus on the relevant information.
The updates for TrialPad include:
> Addressed issues with the Edit and + menus in portrait orientation.
> Addressed an issue where TXT files are downloaded but may not be imported into the case until the New Files button is pressed.
> Addressed an issue loading annotations for Key Docs made from the same document, when opened in sequence.
> Other minor UI and stability improvements.