Like Canva (Cricut Design, Evernote, DropBox, etc), I would love to be able to use Zinnia on my Microsoft surface either via the web or an app (app preferred). With Canva, I love being able to bounce between my IOS devices (ie iPhone/iPad) and my windows based PC.
Joana Granados commented
I would also love to see this feature. I use Zinnia for my academic work so it's great to use on my iPad for class sessions but given I mostly work from home and have a windows desktop, I'm finding it difficult to use to review my notes and do my assignments. I find myself having to go back and forth too much instead of having notes pulled up on my desktop and doing my work on my iPad (I need to use my pencil for working out stats problems). Although I love Zinna features, this is starting to be a bit of a hassle for me.
MEGAN PATRICK commented
100% agree. I'd be willing to pay more for this option.
Would be great to have a windows app that would sync with my Zinnia app on my ipad much like OneNote. I use Zinnia mainly for journaling and a Daily planner for work/home and it would be great to have a windows app to update my planner on my PC while I am working.
Jamie Browne commented
It would be nice to use this either on the web or as a MS Windows compatible app all my PC’s are windows based
LeAnne Bates commented
I have an hp laptop that I would love to use when I forget my iPad
Even though this idea didn't get so many votes yet I hope that pixite takes into account that most non iOS users probably won't hang around in here to see this. Windows and Android users is a huge segment.
Stephanie Scott commented
Web version or app compatible with windows platform
Di Burke commented
Same issue - I love my iPhone and can use the app on it, but I use my Surface Pro just as much, and it is more convenient for journaling, and creative building of a journal!
It's definitely time for a Windows version. I have an iPad that I use on the go, but my desktop is a Windows machine. I love this app so much, but having some sort of Windows functionality (even if simplified, like adding text only) would really drive it home for me.