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Welcome to Cell Storming!


Cell Storming is a Brainstorming, Idea Generating, Mind Mapping App for your iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad.

Use Cell Storming to develop your ideas by creating a network of cells to represent your thoughts as they come to you.

Capture photos from your device camera or select from the camera roll to attach images to cells, or record a voice memo that can be played back simply when viewing your Cell Storming map. There is even a freehand drawing canvas if you want to quickly sketch a thought down.

Attach videos, text content, or even a web link to each cell so that your ideas can be explained in detail when you review them.

Cell maps can grow in any direction as you add more cells to represent your thoughts and ideas. The Cell Storming interface allows you to pan around the cell map with ease (using swipe gestures). You can also zoom into the cell map for detail or back out for an overview (using pinch gestures).

Apply different colours to highlight important cells, and show the flow of the cell map by using connection arrows.

Extensive export options allow you to share cell maps with colleagues and friends so they can view your ideas or even add to them.

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Versions


There are several versions of Cell Storming highlighted below:

  • Cell Storming Free - Try Cell Storming for no cost. Create cell maps (limited to 3 cell maps), export and share them with other users, and upgrade via an In-App purchase to the standard version.

  • Cell Storming (Standard) - Create unlimited cell maps, with additional export options including Dropbox support. You can also use Game Center on your iOS device to share your cell map with other users including voice chat capabilities. An In-App purchase enables you to upgrade to the Pro version.

  • Cell Storming Pro - Take advantage of the powerful flow media export features to generate documents, audio files, and even presentation videos from your cell map.

  • Cell Storming Presenter - Identical feature set to Cell Storming Pro, but targeted at the Education (Schools/Colleges/Universities) market.

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Features


  • Universal app with native versions for iPhone/iPod Touch and iPad.

  • Cell Storming maps can expand in any direction.

  • Extensive media features allow you to attach images (from the camera or drawn freehand), videos, voice memos (audio clips), text content, and web urls to each cell on the Cell Storming map.

  • Use colours and connection arrows to highlight different aspects of your Cell Storming map and its flow.

  • Export Cell Storming maps for others to view or add to, or generate images and PDFs of your Cell Storming map for presentation purposes.

  • Cell Storming includes tutorial videos as how-to guides for using the App. These are accessible from the home screen.

Use Cell Storming to brain storm new ideas, document existing processes and entities, or use the media capture features to record events as they happen.

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Cell Storming is available for iOS devices: iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.


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Watch the Cell Storming introduction tutorial video below:



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The v1.32 update for Cell Storming has been submitted to the App Store for review: (20th Jan 2014)
  • New movie compression step when rendering flow videos. This can halve the file size without any noticeable loss in quality.
  • Enabled access to all device photo albums (not just the camera roll) when selecting photos & videos.
  • Using the camera on iPad devices now shows the full screen camera interface.
  • Fixed problem merging cell videos that have no audio track when rendering the flow video.
  • Various interface fixes.

Cell Storming Presenter has been launched on the App Store in the Education category! (15th Sep 2013)

The v1.31 update for Cell Storming has been submitted to the App Store for review: (12th Sep 2013)
  • Implemented functionality to allow selection and movement of multiple cells on the cell map.
  • Fixed email option going to AirPrint option when exporting PDF.
  • Interface improvements.

The v1.30 update for Cell Storming has been submitted to the App Store for review: (6th Sep 2013)
  • New Screen-casting capabilities for sharing your cell maps with other users via Game Center (including voice chat).
  • Restrict user to only select background music from tracks stored locally on device.
  • New icons.

The v1.23 update for Cell Storming has been submitted to the App Store for review: (19th Aug 2013)
  • Additional interface enhancements.

The v1.22 update for Cell Storming has been submitted to the App Store for review: (13th Aug 2013)
  • Background SDK Updates.

The v1.21 update for Cell Storming has been submitted to the App Store for review: (17th Jun 2013)
  • Fixed a problem when completing the link-up to your Dropbox account

The v1.20 update for Cell Storming has been submitted to the App Store for review: (7th May 2013)
  • Amended PDF generating code so the large cell map is no longer in the document
  • Implemented new PDF export options so you can choose between the cell map document or the large cell map (on its own)
  • Implemented "Print" as a target for the PDF exports (requires AirPrint enabled printer)
  • Improved the cell map image generation code so it can handle much larger cell maps (reducing the memory footprint of this process)
  • Improved PDF generating code so it can handle much larger cell maps (also reducing the memory footprint of this process)
  • New "Export cell map to other app" option implemented allowing you to export cell maps to other versions of Cell Storming on your device
  • Minor interface updates and corrections

The v1.12 update for Cell Storming has been submitted to the App Store for review: (18th Apr 2013)
  • New waste basket functionality for recovering deleted cell maps
  • Removed delete cell map button from the Cell Map view screen so that all deletions are performed on the manage screen via the waste basket
  • Images shown on the cell map are now constrained in size to resolve problems with large image sizes on older devices
  • Updated the method for including photos/images in the exported flow video to resolve potential orientation problems
  • Memory optimizations for the import cell map screen

The v1.11 update for Cell Storming has been submitted to the App Store for review: (17th Feb 2013)
  • Hot fixes implemented to resolve reported crashes
  • Dropbox SDK updated to latest version
  • Optimisations for latest devices

The v1.10 update for Cell Storming has been submitted to the App Store for review: (12th Feb 2013)
  • Improvements to the flow video rendering
  • Minor optimisations

The v1.08 update for Cell Storming is now available from the App Store: (13th Dec 2012)
  • Fixed the Facebook button on the home screen for users with the Facebook App
  • Minor optimisations

The v1.07 update for Cell Storming is now available from the App Store: (10th Nov 2012)
  • New video media elements for cells - record video for your cells or select from the camera roll
  • Playback cell videos when viewing your cell map via the media bar
  • Cell videos can be merged into the flow video export (Pro users only)
  • New save to Facebook options for the cell map image export, cell image export, and cell text (iOS 6 and newer devices only)
  • New export cell map option panel so you can select which media types to include in the export
  • Selecting cell images to be included in the flow video export now works correctly on iPhone and iPod Touch devices (Pro users only)
  • Tutorial videos (and cell videos) now close properly after playback has finished
  • Improved the cross-fading effects found in the flow video export (Pro users only)
  • Background music now fades out correctly at the end of the flow video in all cases (Pro users only)
  • Additional minor interface improvements

The v1.06 update for Cell Storming is now available from the App Store: (31st Oct 2012)
  • New cell state button on the cell edit screen allows cells on the cell map to switch between 3 different states: (1) Cell Image with text, (2) Cell media image, or (3) Arrows
  • New export to flow audio function (Pro users only)
  • New export to flow text function (Pro users only)
  • Additional option for the flow video function to merge media images attached to cell into the video (Pro users only)
  • Background music for the flow video function now repeats if the audio track is shorter than the video track (Pro users only)
  • Export status panels now show remaining space on the device
  • New welcome message panel on the home screen
  • Additional minor interface improvements

The v1.05 update for Cell Storming is now available from the App Store: (25th Sep 2012)
  • iOS 6 support
  • iPhone 5 widescreen display support
  • OPML export file now passes validation at http://validator.opml.org
  • Exported images of the cell map can be saved directly to the camera roll
  • Fixed issue some users were having where a crash occurred returning to the home screen from the cell map
  • Improved screen transitions
  • New In-App-Purchase to upgrade to the Pro version of Cell Storming

Cell Storming Pro has been submitted to the App Store for review! (2nd Aug 2012)

The v1.04 update for Cell Storming has been submitted to the App Store for review: (29th Jul 2012)
  • New Dropbox integration
  • New image tiles + HTML export option
  • New OPML file export option
  • New tutorial video covering the export options
  • Improved text resolution of cells when editing
  • Improved text rendering for the cell map image in the PDF export
  • Various optimisations

The v1.03 update for Cell Storming has been submitted to the App Store for review: (7th Jul 2012)
  • Implemented two tutorial videos accessible from the new tutorials button on the home screen
  • New icon and default images
  • Improved ink canvas drawing performance
  • Improved ink canvas initial responsiveness
  • Interface improvements (redesigned buttons for image capturing)
  • Fixed the web url remaining in the text input field for subsequent new cells

The v1.02 update for Cell Storming has been submitted to the App Store for review: (28th Jun 2012)
  • New cells now default to the same colour as their parent cell when created
  • Fix for the first cell in the cell map no longer being aligned with other cells after moving
  • Implemented check & fix for misaligned cells when opening an existing cell map
  • Improved cell map margin resizing when opening/closing a cell map
  • Fixed export image margins for the cell map leaving the map not centered
  • New (preliminary) OPML file export support added (this is WIP - cells are not connected for the moment)
  • Fixed crash on iPad when opening camera roll to select an image
  • Implemented image upsizing when exporting an image or PDF
  • Moved full size Cell Map Image in PDF to the last page

The v1.01 update for Cell Storming has been submitted to the App Store for review: (13th Jun 2012)
  • Additional support for the retina display iPad
  • Minor interface improvements

Cell Storming Free has been submitted to the App Store for review! (12th Jun 2012)

Cell Storming has been submitted to the App Store for review! (1st Jun 2012)




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Cell.png How can I leave feedback about Cell Storming?

Please use the feedback function in the App Store to leave your thoughts and impressions about Cell Storming. Alternatively please visit our Facebook page to let us know your thoughts!


Cell.png My device keeps crashing when using Cell Storming, what can I do?

Sometimes other applications or games running on your device (even in the background) might be consuming too much memory. Please try restarting your device and trying Cell Storming again to see if that solves the issue.


Cell.png Does Cell Storming use or share my personal information?

Absolutely not!

Cell Storming does not look at, process, or share any of the personal information available on your device.

It does however store information on your device purely to help the app save its current state as you use it.