Sudh's Review of ArtrageReviewed on 7/29/18 4:49 AM
I am amazed how good is this app. It’s really worth the prize and the UI is simple and intuitive. Also works well with old iPads.
Canutcontrol's Review of ArtrageReviewed on 7/25/18 1:56 AM
I’ve been using this app since 2012. It has a lot of great functionality, but it has been buggy since day one. I can’t count the number of times it has randomly crashed and I lost hours of work. I wouldn’t mind the constant crashes if it would save your work every 5-10 minutes automatically. Other than the crashes it functions as advertised. But you’d think they could solve this after 6 years of owning this app on 3 different iPads.
joey2871's Review of ArtrageReviewed on 7/22/18 3:52 PM
My only complaint is the yellow and blue don’t make green and instead make a grayish-purplish color.
Victoriahala's Review of ArtrageReviewed on 7/21/18 5:53 PM
I’ve been using this app for a little while now and it works pretty well but recently I’ve had crashing problems, and have lost some work because of it. I’d really like to continue using this app because I’m use to it but it’s not great that I keep loosing some of my work.
raptor4life's Review of ArtrageReviewed on 7/17/18 10:22 PM
I found out about this app a few hours ago, and it’s so addicting! I love to draw, and this app is another great way to draw or paint! I suggest this app to any who love to draw!
Swan The Dreamer's Review of ArtrageReviewed on 7/14/18 9:33 PM
I love using it and have never had it crash actually, I draw my cartoony characters and love adding textures and blending. Easy to use and really just an amazing app!
Artisan Slimm's Review of ArtrageReviewed on 6/30/18 4:47 PM
This app is phenomenal. The only thing that should be added is a selection option to the pencil only. Repositioning a stroke of paint or two that you don’t necessarily want to erase or paint over would indeed compromise what this app embodies as a digital version of traditional painting. Although I’ve only been using it for just a few month, I feel that it is revolutionary in that of its predecessors and will always be used in my arsenal of mediums. Well done Ambient Design Ltd.!!!
Ohm62's Review of ArtrageReviewed on 5/12/18 3:49 PM
All important functions such as export and rotate are broken! Please fix!
VeroKiana's Review of ArtrageReviewed on 4/7/18 3:54 PM
I love this app. It helps me stay calm and at peace day to day. The only thing I have an issue with is the zooming. At times it is not responsive and when I want to zoom into my drawing, it will leave giant blotches of ink or paint on my art that I then have to remove. Every. Time. Please, fix this issue so the app can run smoothly across the board.
GadgetMojo's Review of ArtrageReviewed on 4/3/18 8:42 AM
Cons: * There’re no opacity and thickness sliders on the screen - you have to go into menu. Thickness is visible in left corner but also 2 clicks away. It’s much better to change it via menu because if you don’t do it properly on the corner selection it pops up a numeric box where you type the thickness with the keyboard. Seriously, a keyboard? There’s a “Metal” slider on the right working smoothly and always visible. Is it more useful than thickness and opacity? (rhetorical question) * In fact there’s no opacity at all! So when you mix colors you can’t mix-in more of the color you’re adding. This makes the app essentially useless to me because it’s much less controlled with regards to the color you’ll get. * Also, the brush maximum thickness is not so thick. * Though the app looks like a desktop program, the brushes engine is less powerful than on the desktop. Oil paint texture is less pronounced than on desktop. You’re getting a different app that just happens to share the same name as the awesome ArtRage desktop version. Pros: * One really. I like the way paints interact when mixing. They’re not realistic as the desktop ArtRage (so you won’t get yellow + blue = green) And you can’t control how much paint you put in using a brush (no opacity) making color somewhat a random thing. But even with that said it still delivers interesting mixing feel that’s not available in Procreate (which is vastly superior in just about every other way) In all the apps I’ve tried they seem to aim to do the same thing, and Procreate does that thing the best. But ArtRage is different in a way it does the paint mixing differently, giving it more “paint” characteristic than it’s more “digital” counterparts. If the app is completely redesigned keeping in tune with Touch rather than Desktop UI practices. If opacity is added to the app, and also made available as sliders along with thickness. Then the app would be an instant 5-star, even if the desktop brush engine was more powerful.