It seems clear from the main L&L Scrivener for iOS product page that inline footnotes/comments are supported.
Does the iOS app also have the equivalent of Inspector footnotes?
If so, can anyone point me to a screenshot of the interface? (I haven’t been able to find one.)


There is the equivalent of inspector footnotes, yes. They appear in a floating window over the text. If you go to the App Store and watch the preview video, you’ll see a footnote being edited in the first few seconds, at the end of the “Write” section.

All the best,

Related question: Is it possible (as it is in the OS X version) to substitute a footnote reference mark (e.g. ‘*’) for the “boxed word” to indicate a linked footnote?