By Reality Box Labs LLC
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PixlPad is an image editor tuned for editing pixels. Although it has advanced capabilities such as antialiasing and shape drawing it's primary focus is manipulation of images at the individual pixel level.
Whether you make pixel art, need to design an icon for your app, or just love an 8-bit feel, PixlPad is for you.
Images are organized into multiple folders to make working on several projects at once a breeze. Individual images can also be shared via email.
The preview viewer is perfect for viewing an icon at it's native size while you zoom in to get the detail just write.
More great features are coming soon, so act now to get the app at the special introductory pricing level.
A good start but needs a few bug fixes & more features
I like the way you place the lines and circles with handles; it enables you to "look before you draw."
Two bugs need correcting, both of which arise when you enlarge the image to work on it:
1.) the top row and rightmost column of the image disappear and you can't edit them
2.) the program tends to think you're selecting the image pixel immediately to the right
of the one you are trying to select.
It could use a palette to hold the colors you;re using, with a way to take a color you're using and modify it to make a new color whick can go in another slot on the palette. (For if, say, you have a shade of green, and want to lighten it, and then keep both shades handy as you twiddle pixels.)
It could also use a way to erase pixels back to transparent.
Pretty, but the UI is horrible. Can't seem to delete projects, nor. Import images. I uninstalled.