Mobile and Desktop Apps Hunter Updated April 04, 2019 18:54 Follow Monument Apps The initial setup must first be completed using an iOS or Android device. Then the desktop app can be downloaded and installed. Suggested Article: Setup Guides iOS Monument App Android Monument App Mac Desktop Monument App Windows Desktop Monument App Comments 8 comments Sort by Date Votes Matt Nash December 17, 2017 16:20 Would it be possible to get a Linux port of this? Or how about publishing some APIs that users could build their own applications for as well? 0 Permalink Hunter February 06, 2018 22:00 @MattNash Thanks for the follow up! Unfortunately, we are a startup and we currently don't have the resources to polish and publish public APIs. In regards to Linux - this will not be available in the near future. 0 Permalink Matt Camps February 07, 2018 17:33 Can you update on how the desktop app is coming along? 0 Permalink Hunter February 08, 2018 18:59 @MattCamps We have a beta desktop out right now (found here: getmonument.com/apps). We will be releasing an update for it today as well! 0 Permalink Matt Camps February 11, 2018 20:42 Thanks. I have had the existing beta app, and I updated to the new version. I guess to be specific, is there any update or plans to allow users to be able to *do anything* with the pictures via the desktop app. As I said above, this is what prevents us from using the Monument. Without the ability to organize/edit/download/share the pics via the desktop app, the only thing you can do is view and upload. Or, even if the Monument drive could be browsed or recognized by Windows as a Network drive, that would be fine. Any insight would be appreciated. 4 Permalink Jochen Savelberg July 05, 2018 15:13 I guess I have the same issues as Matt Camps. Is there a possibility to download/share images through the Mac desktop app? I just got my Monument and added 2x 2 GB Seagate drives to it. My idea was to upload all photos from iPhoto (±40,000 photos) to the Monument and then search/download the images as needed. Alternative mounting the drives as network drives. 1 Permalink Hunter July 10, 2018 16:31 @JochenSavelberg Here's how to download images through the desktop app: https://help.getmonument.com/hc/en-us/articles/360003901593-Save-Image-To-Computer After downloading, you can share those photos. However, in-app sharing is not yet available (in production) and viewing Monument as a network drive is not supported at this time (although it's in our long-term roadmap). 0 Permalink Burkhard Fliegner January 02, 2019 13:59 Hi there, i'd like to know if there are still plans for the network features and further developements for the mac desktop app. Is there a timeline? The same issues mentioned by Jochen and Matt are really important for us. 0 Permalink Please sign in to leave a comment.