Panic Inc.

Status Board

Available on the App Store

Portland, OR














Just one look, and you're up to speed.

You’ve got data. The news. Your calendar. Active projects and e-mail queues. Sales totals and bug counts. Your data isn’t going away. Let’s make data beautiful.

Status Board takes your data and gives it meaning. Use the easy built-in panels. Or massage your data for our Graph and Table panels. It’s going to be awesome.

And, with fullscreen HDTV out (in-app purchase required):

Can I do AirPlay mirroring?

Yes! Standard 4:3 AirPlay mirroring is supported on iOS 6 devices.

Our in-app purchase enables a second screen specifically formatted for HDTV aspect ratios to eliminate AirPlay letterboxing! Your Status Board will be reformatted to look its best.

How can I use HTTP-based authentication?

For now, you can add your login credentials to the URL itself, like this: We’re hoping to add better support for HTTP authentication in a future update.

How do I switch between multiple Status Boards?

We’ll add support for multiple boards very soon. In the meantime, you can email yourself a board with the Sharing button, and switch between boards from your inbox.

How do I graph my own data?

Status Board provides three pro panels: Table, Chart, and Do-It-Yourself (which is a basic web view). To learn more, download these guides: Graph Tutorial (PDF), Table Tutorial (PDF), and DIY Tutorial (PDF).

To hook up these panels to your site or service's data, you generally must write a "middle man" script that converts your data into the simple formats Status Board expects.

Do any websites collect or output Status Board-compatible data?

Yes. Check out our Sources page!

What panels are included?

Clock and Weather are exactly what you expect. Calendar will display the events from one or more of your local iPad calendars, even Exchange. Mail can show you mailbox counts, list incoming messages, or graph message volume. Twitter can show you tweets as a ticker, or chart Twitter volume. RSS will show you the latest articles in a feed, or graph article volume. Finally, Chart, Table, and Do-It-Yourself are described above.