Procreate, the powerful sketching app for iPad and 2013 WWDC Apple Design Award winner, received a major update to version 2 today bringing with it support for the 64-bit Apple A7 chip as well as a new 4k resolution canvas.

The update also includes an iOS 7 redesign and a new icon to match as well as several performance enhancements.

Procreate 2 is a free update to existing users and $5.99 on the App Store for new customers. Happy creating!

Full change log below:

What’s New in Version 2.0

Procreate 2 is finally here, completely redesigned for iOS 7 and 64-bit optimised for the new iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina Display.

Along with the beautiful new iOS 7 redesign Procreate 2 now includes powerful new GPU accelerated filters and adjustments: – Gaussian Blur – Sharpen – Noise – Hue, saturation & brightness – Color Balance (Highlights, Midtones, Shadows) – Curves (Gamma, Red, Green, Blue)

• New streamlined gallery – Rapid document load – New group design – Share a group – Quickly action any thumbnail

• Redesigned icon • Orientation memory • Includes latest SDKs for all styluses • Bug fixes and many stability improvements • Improved performance

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