The folk at Trapdoor Technologies are no longer working with Wizards to create DungeonScape, as per this post.
I am not terribly surprised by this. I received my beta invite about a month ago, only to discover a program that was rather terrible in its implementation. Apparently, the program was better for iOS, but the web version I viewed was awful. It had not improved when I had another look at it a week ago.
There are times when I am greatly saddened by the demise of a project. This is not one of those times.
I am saddened that there isn’t yet a good set of electronic tools for enhancing 5E. Wizards of the Coast has had a poor record with its digital tools; I am sympathetic to the difficulty in providing them, but disappointed that they haven’t yet been able to make something work.
What I do hope is that the demise of DungeonScape opens up the way for pdfs to be provided for the new D&D books. I hope we soon get some clarification from Wizards on what their plans are now that DungeonScape is gone.