Since a couple of years back I've been doing all my vero layouts using DIY Layout Creator 3.27.0. It's a good and simple freeware program.
However, I'm lazy so I like to sit in the sofa or lay in bed working on layouts with my ipad. Up until now I have used a streaming app (splashtop) for my ipad to remote control my computer. It has worked ok, but far from a perfect solution. So I was very excited when I heard that Harald Sabro was doing a dedicated stripboard app.
After using it for a while to make a few layouts, here are my thoughts: It's very intuitive and easy work with. I started making my first layout just minutes after downloading the app. The GUI looks nice and it's obvious that Harald has spent alot of thought into the design. I was worried that the touchscreen interface would be a problem, but it works great. Even small trace cuts are easy to move around without accidentally moving the wrong component. The first version was missing a feature to display the values directly on the components (which I prefer) but that got added in version 1.1. I have encountered one small bug when the app freezes up for a while when deleting several components in a row, but overall it runs great without any crashes and I expect any bugs to be fixed in future updates. Compared to DIY Layout Creator (which can do alot more than just stripboard layouts) it lacks features such as being able to resize components ect, but for my needs it's perfect. Highly recommended and worth every penny!
StripboardCAD is limited to iOS and costs $9,99 in the appstore.