Posted by Andrew Stevens on November 27th, 2013 iPad Only App - Designed for iPad
The Procreate 2.0 update has arrived, presenting users with a completely redesigned look for iOS 7 and optimization for the iPad Air and Mini with Retina Display. It features new filters and adjustments – including Gaussian Blur, Sharpen, Noise, Hue, Color Balance, and Curves. It also updated the gallery to allow users to quickly load documents and share a group of images.
Savage Interactive, the creators of Procreate, are currently working on Procreate 2. This idea was formed after celebrating Procreate‘s success in winning an Apple Design Award earlier in the year. The company’s plan for Procreate 2 is to make sure it’s better. Well, Obviously. Procreate 2 is planned to feature a variety of graphics accelerated image filters that are built on Open GL. This allows for fast, real-time adjustments that give the user nearly limitless possibilities.
Posted by Andrew Stevens on August 21st, 2013 iPad Only App - Designed for iPad
Procreate – Sketch, paint, create. gets new capabilities in its latest update. You can now show off your skills by using the new full HD canvas recording option that automatically records your progress. It records in 1080p and allows you to share your completed videos to Photos, Dropbox, iTunes, or email. Also, current users will notice that there are no longer any in-app purchases as they have all been made available for free.
Rubicon have kept their ears open and made a number of changes to Combat Monsters based on the feedback received from fans. The new update provides users with a revamped user interface, a new skeleton monster, asynchronous multiplayer, and new matchmaking that keeps the multiplayer battles fair with no need to pay to win.