Think that shrinking the popular painting app will hobble its usability? Then think again…
Price £2.29 rocreate Pocket is a version of the wellreceived Procreate iPad app that’s been specially designed for iPhones. Procreate on the larger iPad tablets, with their high-resolution screens and range of compatible styluses, makes sense. We were intrigued to see how the app fares on the smaller iPhone.
PCompany Savage Interactive
When you create art you need your tools to feel responsive enough to register even the most subtle of movements, all while keeping pace with your drawing. The Procreate Pocket app does an excellent job of this, with every mark we made, either via finger or stylus, being faithfully recorded on screen. Input lag, which is where there’s an annoying delay between your stroke and the mark being shown on screen, wasn’t
Savage Interactive has put a lot of effort into redesigning the app’s interface
noticeable: a crucial element that makes Procreate Pocket feel solid, dependable and responsive.
The biggest obstacle that Procreate Pocket faces is that iPhone screens are obviously much smaller, making for a rather cramped canvas. Unsurprisingly, Savage Interactive has put a lot of effort into redesigning the app’s interface and its tools to work on the smaller screen sizes.
Yet just because Procreate Pocket’s user interface has been scaled down for the iPhone, it doesn’t mean the rest of the app is lacking in features, with
Procreate’s interface has been tweaked for the smaller iPhone screen.
Procreate Pocket crams all the best features of the senior version of the app into the tiny iPhone.