NChart3D 1.5 for iOS is now available in Standard and Pro versions

in iOS Development (E)

[] Perm, Russian Federation - Nulana LTD today is proud to announce the release and immediate availability of NChart3D 1.5, a universal charting framework that enables stunning data visualization in iOS applications. But considering needs of some developers, Nulana LTD offers Standard version of NChart3D, that includes all the features of NChart3D Pro except for 3D-mode and streaming (the ability to update data in real-time).

The following chart types are supported:
* Column and cylindrical column
* Bar and cylindrical bar
* Area
* Line and step line
* Ribbon (3D line)
* Pie and doughnut
* Bubble and scatter
* Candlestick and OHLC
* Surface
* Funnel
* Sequence
* Radar
* Band

The main features of NChart3D are:
* 2D and 3D data visualization
* Animations
* High image quality
* Multitouch
* Different axes types
* Multiple value axes
* Deep customization
* Automatic data processing (including optional data smoothing)
* Integration with UIKit and Cocoa

Existing NChart3D users can continue to use the Pro version of the framework.

System Requirements:
* NChart3D for iOS: iOS 5 and higher
* NChart3D for OS X: OS X 10.7 Lion and higher

Pricing and Availability:
NChart3D 1.5 Standard is $499. NChart3D Pro is $899 (USD). NChart3D 1.5 is available for download from their website. NChart3D demo app for iOS is available in the App Store. The trial version is free to use for a thirty-day period.

Nulana LTD is a privately held software company, founded in 2007. Since then we have focused on creating great apps for Mac OS X, iOS, Windows and Android. We are a small team of creative thinkers, highly experienced in software craftsmanship. Copyright (C) 2014 Nulana LTD. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, OS X, Macintosh, iPhone, iPad and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.


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