Procreate is one of the most popular illustration apps available exclusively for iPhone and iPad. After teasing the update last month, the latest version of Procreate for iPad finally brought full support for the new iPad Pro with M1 chip. This enables not only better performance, but also more layers in the app.
Procreate Stories May 27, 2021
Procreate Stories April 29, 2021
Procreate teases M1 iPad support: 4x faster, paint on 3D models, improved accessibility
Popular illustration app Procreate is ready for the new M1 iPad Pro. Ahead of the release, it shared more about the performance and features the upcoming software will enable thanks to Apple Silicon.
Procreate Stories November 6, 2018
Massive Procreate for iPad update available with QuickShape & Gallery Preview features, much more
Procreate for iPad is seeing its second major update to the app for the year today, and with it comes a slew of new features and fixes that will improve your productivity when using the app.
Procreate Stories May 21, 2018
Procreate Pocket ($4.99 on App Store) is the iPhone rendition of the popular Procreate drawing app for iPad. Version 2.0 of Procreate Pocket was just released today, and it’s basically a brand new app that has been designed from the ground up with the iPhone in mind.
Procreate Pocket is now built on the same Silica-M Metal engine as the Apple Pencil-powered iPad app, and developer Savage Interactive says that every line of code along with every pixel is new. Procreate Pocket 2.0 features 136 handcrafted brushes, wet painting effects, new time-lapse features, brush imports and exports, and hundreds of additional features that will empower creatives on the go. expand full story
Procreate Stories May 14, 2018
Mark Ulriksen, an artist who created illustrations for New Yorker magazine for almost 20 years, says that he went from being ‘technologically illiterate’ to an iPad evangelist after buying an iPad Pro, an Apple Pencil and the drawing app Procreate …
Procreate Stories September 19, 2017
On the heels of Apple officially rolling out iOS 11 this afternoon, popular painting Procreate has announced a major update to better take advantage of the new operating system. Procreate 4 is the “biggest release ever” of the app and includes a host of changes that will “truly improve the Procreate experience.”
Procreate Stories June 26, 2017
If you have an iPad Pro and an Apple Pencil, Procreate is a must-have app for illustrators who want to test the limits of Apple’s hardware. The latest version of Procreate includes fixes for users with either model of the new iPad Pro. Procreate has also starting teasing out a major update coming this fall…
Procreate Stories November 2, 2015
Procreate version 3 adds iPad Pro and Apple Pencil support, new brushes, more
Popular drawing app Procreate has today released version 3 of their iPad app ($5.99) with a whole host of new features. This includes new brushes (including quick brush previewing before committing to canvas drawing), motion blur and perspective blur, simplified tap gestures and much more.
Procreate Stories December 19, 2014
Demonstrating the types of apps that will increasingly migrate from Apple’s tablets to its larger iPhone 6 models, Savage Interactive has released Procreate Pocket ($3), a shrunken-down version of its signature iPad app Procreate. Widely admired for its professional-grade drawing tools, Procreate previously enabled tablet users to compose multi-layer illustrations using numerous brushes and a mistake-friendly, multi-layer Undo tool. expand full story
Procreate Stories July 23, 2014
FiftyThree, the developers behind the popular drawing app Paper, today announced it’s releasing an SDK that will let all developers take advantage of its Pencil stylus for iOS devices. First launched last year alongside an update to Paper, Pencil is a $60 Bluetooth stylus for the drawing app that aims to offer a realistic pencil-to-paper drawing experience.
The SDK will allow for a smooth experience with the Pencil stylus in other apps and that also means in some cases FiftyThree will be working to improve the apps of its direct competitors while hopefully selling its stylus as a platform in the process. Devs will get access to palm rejection, erase, easy pairing, and all the pencil and touch classifiers the company uses in the Paper app. Support for surface pressure is also arriving with iOS 8: expand full story
Procreate Stories November 26, 2013
Procreate for iPad updated with iOS 7 redesign, 64-bit support, 4k canvas, more
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.
Full change log below: