asaddoooodler's Review of InkpadReviewed on 8/4/18 2:09 PM
There’s money I’m never getting back. Laggy, I couldn’t get any work whatsoever done.
The Real Uncle Vinnie's Review of InkpadReviewed on 8/30/19 2:05 PM
This app me be great, but if you are new to it plan to spend a lot of time figuring out what is hidden under what and what may just not be there. I check out their YouTube channel. It was sparse and I couldn’t find a basic “navigation” video. They might want to check out the Procreate video for some tips. I bought it. I don’t think I’ll be using it much if at all. PS, I tried to send a private message from the app. The send button was grayed out and wouldn’t allow me to send the message.
WildBillWillie's Review of InkpadReviewed on 8/30/19 2:05 PM
Last release appears broken. It stopped working after I updated. If I open a document the busy indicator in the center of the screen continues to churn. I can’t do anything. Just in case, I unloaded, and reload it. It’s the same, unusable. iPad Pro 2 512 iOS 12.X
everynicknamesicameuparetaken's Review of InkpadReviewed on 8/30/19 2:05 PM
It lags. For example, I need to reduce the opacity of an image so I could trace over. By reducing the opacity, it take 3 seconds for the image to be either lighter or darker. Tools does not “manipulate” well. Also, When you resize your image, it disappear then reappear when you release. Like, why? Lol I played around for 15 mins and the app had failed me. Didn’t want to go any further with this app. :( pls don’t tell me to refer to your tutorial. It need more improvement even on the minor tools. Of course, this app is the generic of Adobe Illustrator. Regardless if it is generic, which I don’t mind, it shouldn’t lags. Pls fix. Thank you.
Whatdoyoumean"usernametaken"?!'s Review of InkpadReviewed on 8/30/19 2:05 PM
This really is the best app for creating vector art in the App Store. It has all the essential features that you’d need in Adobe Illustrator with none of the bloat. The interface was pretty straightforward. I had no problem finding any functions or attributes. The app exports easily enough to SVG, PNG, or PDF, making it compatible with any variety of commercial graphic design applications. High five to the developers. This is a pretty solid app that I’ll be using for years to come.
dpatkat's Review of InkpadReviewed on 8/30/19 2:05 PM
Envoza's Inkpad focus is quality, reliability, and thankfully they continue its versatility by continuing to add more SVG formats. Their user interface is unique but fairly intuitive. Of course, more detailed instructions are under Help. Adobe Illustrator and Tophatch Concepts are great power horses. However, you may be surprised at how much artistry can be achieved with Inkpad. The sample art included represents the type of results you can achieve.
c5nest's Review of InkpadReviewed on 8/30/19 2:05 PM
I’m a heavy user of Adobe Illustrator and have tried just about all the vector drawing apps out there. Here’s what I wanted: 1) Layers with locking & transparency control. 2) Simple control of vector control points. 3) Multiple undos. 4) Dropbox support (open/save). 5) Export to PDF/SVG Hooray Inkpad got it right! Thank you🙂
Tkmossback's Review of InkpadReviewed on 8/30/19 2:05 PM
A wonderful program. Easy to use. Considering the price and features, this is the best program I have ever purchased.
Meowlentine's Review of InkpadReviewed on 8/30/18 10:02 PM
I’m really disappointed that I spent money on this app; it’s not even a little bit intuitive, nor does it have any sort of guide or tutorial or help within the app. The only thing I like about it is that I can import fonts and save text as png files to be used in better drawing apps like Procreate. There’s not even a guide for what each tool is, what they do, let alone how to use them-unless you look it up online. This app is inconvenient for anyone who isn’t already knowledgeable of its specific mechanics, or anyone trying to get into graphic design.
koploopla99's Review of InkpadReviewed on 8/2/18 11:04 PM
Well, this app is good. The vector feature thing certainly is useful, but... I have one complaint. The paintbrush tool... well, here is an example of how it works. If I were to draw a circle, it would fill the circle in automatically. ...I don’t want it to do that! Not unless I tell it to. I can’t make a curvy line without it turning out super weird, and then having to go erasing parts of it until it is a thin line. And that’s inconvenient, and a tad difficult. Why isn’t there just a normal paint brush??? I want to make a nice drawing with this, but i guess I’ll have to go into a different, FREE drawing app i have and make a drawing that is better than anything I could ever make in this app, which WASN’T free! Give me a normal brush, and I’ll give you an extra star.