Mac version is on the way too.
I see some nice features... looks like it has parameters on actions, I like how the data is shown in the timeline, sprite sheets are good and it has vector shapes. I didn't see physics though, so it's not more advanced than Hype overall. Although, Physics is underpowered in Hype right now. (Needs more API!)
Here's what's disturbing though...
I don't know how Tumult should react to that. The two apps seem quite similar.
I mean really...
The two apps, and two websites, looks similar to me. While $99 wouldn't break the bank, and I think Tumult needs a bit of healthy competition, I don't feel comfortable supporting that company.
This is sad, because ActivePresenter looks cool. I was looking at the site and I'm like... cool ...but then I look at the HTML5 app and I'm like, this looks a little too familiar. Although, Pixelmator is similar to Photoshop, so is there really a problem here?
Regardless, it shows that Tumult really needs to get in gear though. Cross-platform HTML5 interactivity is possible on both Mac and PC.
Heh, neither of the two apps have Linux support though. Maybe I should make that one. HA HA.