Procreate Pocket

Procreate Pocket

Designed & Published By Savage Interactive Pty Ltd

  • App Category: Entertainment
  • Release Date: 2014-12-17
  • Current Version: 1.6.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 71.44 MB
  • Developer: Savage Interactive Pty Ltd
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.1 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4/5 ( 392 Reviews)
  • Price:
Procreate Pocket App Ratings: 4
Based on 392 Reviews

Procreate Pocket App Description

Create - anytime, anywhere. App Store Editors Choice and App Store Best of 2015 in eight countries. Procreate Pocket is a feature-rich painting app designed exclusively for iPhone. Quickly get started wherever inspiration strikes with everything you need to create stunning paintings, drawings, and illustrations. Powered by the same groundbreaking 64-bit Silica engine as Apple Design Award-winning Procreate for iPad, Procreate Pocket squeezes every ounce of power out of your hardware. Free up your canvas while you're painting with Procreate Palette, a free app for your Apple Watch. Procreate Palette gives you quick access to the core tools and colors right there on your wrist. Procreate Pocket 1.6 introduces exciting features for devices with 3D Touch. You can now paint with pressure sensitivity using your finger or a passive stylus. Increasing the amount of pressure in your stroke can increase the brush size or opacity. You can also hold the Procreate Pocket icon on the Home screen to instantly create a new canvas. Procreate Pocket is packed full of tools and adjustments for creating amazing artwork. • Beautiful drawing tools - 12 specially made brushes for illustration and concept sketching - Download and import thousands of custom Procreate brushes - Pressure sensitivity for devices with 3D Touch - Persistent precision brush sliders for rapid brush and opacity adjustment • Studio-grade features - Powered by the acclaimed 64-bit Silica painting engine - Optimized for iPhone 6S and 6S Plus - 64-bit color for professional accuracy - Never worry about making mistakes with 250 levels of undo - Continuous auto-save so your work is always preserved - 4K Cinema Canvas for iPhone 5 and above • Full layering system - Dynamic layer caps offer as many layers as possible for your iPhone hardware - Lock your layer transparency with a single swipe - Create, merge, delete and adjust opacity of layers - 18 layer Blend Modes for perfect compositing • Redefined tools - Move, distort & shear - Non-uniform and uniform transformation - ColorDrop
- ColorDrop threshold - Freehand selection tool - Quick duplicate selection • GPU accelerated filters - Gaussian Blur - Sharpen - Hue, Saturation, Brightness - Curves • 1080p video recording - Procreate records your every stroke without interruption or delay • Sharing - Multiple file formats including .procreate, PSD, JPG and 24-bit PNG - iCloud Drive - AirDrop - Print via AirPrint


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App Reviews

  • Neglected

    By philipamour
    This app has not been updated for over a year. Buggy on iOS 11, unsupported on iPhone X. iPad version is awesome tho. Shame the iPhone version was forgotten about.
  • Big Disappointment!

    By El_Hernandez213
    I have iPhone 8 Plus which is twice as fast as the iPad Pro. So why couldn't I get the all the professional grade features that iPad Pro have!? It not fair that I couldn't do many thing on my iPhone 8 Plus like my iPad Pro! 😡😡 I’ll give 5 stars for getting all the features from iPad to the iPhone!
  • Procreate: Great for iPad, Bad for iPhone

    By grudgnor
    I purchased Procreate for iPhone after falling in love with the iPad app. Unfortunately the iPhone app falls way short of my expectations. - no way to edit my Procreate documents from my iPad. I can’t even view them! - no way to open pics and mark them up or draw. Have to open low res blank screen and import photo.
  • More Stuff

    By animeforlyfe
    Procreate Pocket Is Great And All But I Feel Like You Should At least Add More Materials From The Original Procreate (Which Cost $10)It’s Great But You Need To Add More Brushes!If You Did I Would Rate It A 4.Anyways Thanks For Reading This And I Hope You At Least Consider Adding The Materials Some Day!
  • Crashes all the time with iPad Pro

    By Jubranz
    I’ve been using this app on my old iPad and it was good, And when I decided to go pro and bought an iPad Pro I totally hated the app as it freezes and crashes every single minute. I was working on a painting for several days and nights, and when I exported the the time lapse video I was disappointed, it only captured the last 2 minutes since last crashing. Company said its apple hardware problem, apple said its not. So company is the responsible to fix this problem with apple. If any updates came with a fix, I will change my review.
  • Great app, needs a few bug fixes

    By P0tterluv
    When I try to load a drawing with lots of layers, the app crashes. I really want to go back and tweak some of my old drawings, so if you could fix this, that would be great. Thank you so much!
  • Awesome

    By Lightboxr
    Not sure why certain people are freaking out. This is a simple version of the ipad app. I can draw straight lines and outline fine. It automatically saves to your gallery and then you can export your image as usual. You can bring photos and sketches into it from your photos. It's not easy to sketch on a phone anyway, but this is working for basics. Update: I’ve been using this app regularly and drawing with my finger. I’ve grown to really like it because I am making a lot of cute, painterly characters. I take back what I said about it not being that easy on a phone. It’s super easy, you just have to magnify your image. Soo fun!
  • Awful

    By zach french
    Can’t draw on an image from your library
  • The ULTIMATE drawing app.

    By Veeytee
    Procreate has every feature any digital artist could ever want. I purchased this app years ago when it first came out and have been using it consistently without any issues.
  • Need a apple pen to use

    By Avis08
    The app is okay but it can be super frustrating. You need a apple pen or any kind of pen to draw a straight line. It is super annoying on a iPhone but works better on a iPad.