Procreate Pocket

Procreate Pocket

By Savage Interactive Pty Ltd

Score: 4
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From 726 Ratings

Description

Built for creative professionals, Procreate Pocket is the most powerful sketching, painting and illustration app ever designed for iPhone. With the power of this complete artist’s toolbox in the palm of your hand, you can create beautiful sketches, inspiring paintings, and stunning illustrations anywhere you are. Procreate Pocket features high-resolution canvases, 136 incredible brushes, an advanced layer system, and is powered by Silica M: the same industry leading Metal engine that powers Procreate for iPad. The ultra portability of iPhone means that no matter where you are, you can create incredible works of art. The combination of Procreate Pocket’s incredibly responsive brushes and the use of 3D Touch to provide pressure sensitivity with your finger or a stylus lets you create professional artworks whether you’re on the train, on the couch, or in line for coffee. Now with the same revolutionary tools you've come to love on iPad such as freehand and Automatic Selection, multitouch Transform, and Perspective tools, Procreate Pocket gives you the power to take a rough sketch all the way to a finished illustration, enhanced with stunning cinema-quality effects. With a range of professional quality features never before seen on iPhone, Procreate Pocket has all the power a creative needs in the palm of your hand. • Features and highlights: - Powered by Silica-M, the same industry leading Metal engine that powers Procreate for iPad - 3D Touch for built-in pressure-sensitive painting - All-new interface designed exclusively for iPhone - Haptic integration for immersive feedback throughout the app - Optimized for iPhone X and iOS 11 - Create custom canvas sizes, up to 8K - Stunning 64-bit color - Deliciously responsive 64-bit smudge sampling - Multi-threaded; optimized for iPhone's multiple cores - 250 levels of undo and redo - Continuous auto-save—never lose work again • Over 135 Brushes: - Packed with the same beautifully-made brush library from Procreate for iPad - Over 50 customizable settings for every brush - Support for leading third-party styluses - Create your own custom Procreate brushes - Organize your brushes into your own custom Sets - Import and export custom brushes and Brush Sets • Full Layering System: - Layer your artwork for precise control over individual elements - Use Layer Masks for non-destructive editing - Stay organized by combining layers into Groups - Select multiple layers to move or Transform objects simultaneously - Access 19 layer blend modes for professional compositing • Color Without Compromise: - 64-bit color for greater accuracy - P3 Wide color support - Fill your art seamlessly with ColorDrop - Input RGB, HSB, or HEX values for exact color matching • Amazing filters and adjustments: - GPU accelerated for lightning speed - Add exclusive Perspective Blur for incredible results - Disconcertingly fast Gaussian and Motion Blur filters - Add Noise to your canvas, or Sharpen your image for perfect clarity - Adjust Hue, Saturation, or Brightness in stunning real-time - Powerful image adjustments such as Color Balance, and Image Curves • Industry Leading Video Features - Relive your creative journey with Procreate's celebrated Time-lapse Replay - Export your Time-lapse recording in 4K for high-end video production - Share a thirty-second version of your Time-lapse recording, perfect for social networks - Broadcast your drawing process live with your favorite streaming service • Extensive Import and Export Options: - Export as layered native .procreate file, PSD, TIFF, transparent PNG, multi-page PDF or web ready JPEG - Import or export Adobe® Photoshop® PSD files - Export to any connected location, including AirDrop, Files, iCloud Drive, Photos, iTunes, Twitter, Dropbox, Google Drive, Facebook, Weibo and Mail - Easily share canvases to your iPad to continue creating with a larger screen

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Reviews

  • Update

    1
    By ihatecats🐱❌
    Idk how to use you new stupid update. I like to do digital art of dogs. I am 12. I do not know how to use the new update, it never told me. When I accidentally got a huge white spot on my drawing of an Aussie, I cant even find a back button. The only way to make it exactly how it was is by redrawing it. The old version was just fine. I can’t figure out how to use half of it. You made it to complicated. The old version was 5 Stars. Easy to use, but can create precise drawings. On this new version, I can barely get the right sized brush. It was great how it was. Please bring it back. Or at least make a back button.
  • Okay app

    3
    By Oof Beans
    This app seems pretty nice so far. I really like the option of brushes, and how smooth everything is. The only thing is that there could be many MANY improvements in this app. For one, I can’t seem to figure out to import photos. I like to import traditional sketches and pictures of my characters/oc’s. Second of all, there should be an option where you can type the number size of the brush Third; the fact that when I zoom out a little when I’m drawing it zooms the whole canvas out which is very VERY frustrating. Fourth; It should be easier to move a layer around and what not. It’s just so hard and frustrating to figure out how to move a certain layer, and sometimes by accident it completely stretches the layer, and it take forever to get the dang undo to work without accidentally drawing a whole bunch of dots all over your drawing. This app can use a lot of work. You should make a button in the corner to undo and redo things, because the finger tap just makes everything difficult, and I always accidentally draw dots all over my drawings when trying to redo/undo. Like in Ibis Paint, there should be a selection layer. It makes moving things so much easier! Like I said before, this app can use a lot of work. When you fix those inconveniences maybe I’ll fix the rating. ~Bean
  • Ruler

    4
    By Misty_Frost
    I would personally looooovvveee to have a ruler on this app. I am the type of person who can not draw strait lines. So please consider in next update.
  • DO NOT BUY - A total SCAM

    1
    By InstragramFan
    This app is the most garbage app I’ve ever downloaded - and that’s saying a lot! You can “undo”, you can’t delete files. It’s pretty much un-usable. I purchased it after I saw it on the App homepage with a feature story. But it’s so bad I can’t even contact the app developer to complain! The worst $4.99 I’ve spent. Buy at your own risk.
  • AMAZING!! WOULD RECOMMEND!

    5
    By _xParkourMasterx_
    This app is stupendously wonderful. I'm not sure why people are hating, but I'm sure that if I were them, I wouldn't hate for sure! This app isn't a drawing app. A lot of people keep saying "I cannot even draw a straight line!!" Seriously. This app is more of a painting app than a drawing app. There is a lot of different brushes SPECIFICALLY used for PAINTING. I'm not even sure why people keep saying stuff that are related to drawing. The brushes are right in front of your face, and also, please look closely before you review! Because, I would definitely recommend this app to each person I know in this whole entire world.
  • Awesome update! Procreate is the best!

    5
    By Island Life
    It was a pleasant surprise to see the Procreate Pocket app update today. Although I haven’t had a chance to really put it through its paces yet, the refreshed UI is beautiful and much more intuitive than it was before. Performance is snappy and I’ve been able to create some really cool sketches. Also, if you have an iPad and you’re not yet using Procreate on it, do yourself a favour and purchase it now. I enjoy painting and pen and ink work — it’s simply the best value on the AppStore and the closest thing to having a box full of art supplies in hand all the time. 🙂 PS — if there’s any way to bring support to the SonarPen which will release in July, that would make really my day. A couple other drawing apps like IbisPaint are supporting the stylus and I’d love to have pressure sensitive drawing on my iPhone with Procreate Pocket. Update: I should specify that the developer is correct about Procreate Pocket having pressure sensitivity on iPhone 6s and newer phones. It works reasonably well too. But as a very tall person with very big hands to match having a more precise, pressure sensitive stylus optimised for use when I’m away from my iPad is something I’ve wanted for ages. I’ve tried other solutions and had mediocre results in the past. Perhaps the Apple Pencil on iPad has spoiled me. In any case, I’ll update again in July 2018 to let others know how the SonarPen works in Procreate and compare it with the other usual suspects (IbisPaint, MediBang, and SketchClub). If you have smaller hands, have had better luck with styluses that are currently on the market for iPhone, or happen to be a little less obsessive about your quick sketches than I am, then you may be fine without third-party equipment.
  • Okay app

    4
    By collin t s
    I can’t find the fill tool
  • Great App, Helpful Developers

    5
    By coyotedomino
    This app is pretty good. Happy with the new update. Except one thing: It seems like it’s impossible to unstack artworks. Fix this? Edit: Thanks, Savage! It worked. Everyone, never mind. No problem!
  • Update = Good but Not Perfect

    4
    By YaHobGob
    To say I’m blown away with the update is an understatement! I love that there are soooo many new brushes and I’m enjoying experimenting with them all. I only have one issue: Importing both images and PSD files. Neither of them seem to work. Images does if I put it into an open canvas, and uploading files into said canvas makes it a simple, flat, one-layer image. But when it comes to importing from the main screen (both photos from the camera roll and PSD files from whatever app you use, trust me, I’ve tried a lot), where you get the layers and what not, the app straight up crashes. It’s extremely frustrating, especially because I’m so used to Procreate as a whole. If this gets fixed, I’ll be switching over to it as my full time creation app. If not... whelp, there’s other apps such as Sketchbook that can open the files I need, properly.
  • Too much for pocket edition...

    2
    By benoibe
    I used the Pocket Procreate often. I love some of the new features, but all in all, this is way too difficult for a tiny phone. So much to relearn. Download Sketch Club, and you’ll have better luck!

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