By Nick Golovin
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We are proud to offer you a new app for website sketching and apps interface making, including iPhone and iPad apps. This app will make designers, programmers, interface designers life much easier. Easy-to-use interface and a lot of various stencils will help you to mockup any web sites and apps interfaces.
New dynamic stencils video:
Watch app video: youtube.com/watch?v=nbyxzYb9q08
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- 62 various stencils with forthcoming updates
- stencils dynamically redrawn based on user input
- linking between your mockups
- easy clone stencils and documents
- easy-to-use interface
- save result to PNG file with easy e-mail sending option
- one tap export into Balsamiq Mockups format
- import photos from your albums directly into your sketch
- change colors for stencil fill, stroke or text
- variable font size
- easy stencils arrange option
- wide range of free included icons for your mockups
- lock objects in place
- guidelines to easy positioning
What's New in Version 1.0.9
Minor bug fixes
the app is just o.k. if you only have $5 and need a quick doodle app...this is for you. if you want to design anything of worth...not for you. no sizing, rotating or editing tools that you would normally expect on a basic editor. maybe with a few updates it'll catch up to iMockups and compete against their higher price. love the balsamiq integration but there needs to be so much more. This isn't really a $5 app. maybe 1.99. keep plugging away at it...i'll change my review on more functionality.
great app for wire framing
This app is very good for wire framing a web site. It's quicker and easier to use than omnigraffle (for framing) but I do have some suggestions. I wish you could expand the stage much more. Also some items cannot be made large enough, like the browser window can't stretch high enough to fill the stage.
Export function would be more helpful if it could export in PDF format for email.
not too bad, but getting old...
no new updates in a while, starting to get tired of being locked in landscape mode - it's just awkward trying to mockup a portrait based interface in landscape. no reason the controls cant be shown and hidden as needed. if the screen is zoomed out too much, it is next to impossible to lock/unlock objects