Tiffles 's Review of Art In MotionReviewed on 5/4/21 2:27 PM
When downloading this I was expecting something along the lines of Uzu (graphic quality wise) but this app just doesn't deliver. The quality of the graphics are a bit disappointing as most, if not all, of the scenes seem fuzzy or low quality. Not to mention there's a lag with some of them. If it gets a update with better graphics and no lag then maybe I'll change my mind on it, but for now I'm wishing I would've just kept my 2.99 and stuck with Uzu. I'll be waiting for a update.................
MiizzE's Review of Art In MotionReviewed on 5/4/21 2:27 PM
I have to say it is brilliant, but if you could make like slide shows of the scenes you create would be awesome... I don't know if the creator will be throwing in more updates.. but I have to say you can make good scenes after couple of hours of work with it. It's nice and well worth the money if it had a few extra features... like different movements of the particles in the scene depending on how many fingers you touch the screen with.... other than that it is a good app and interesting, fun to play with it especially while listening to some trance track :P .
[)UC]('s Review of Art In MotionReviewed on 5/4/21 2:27 PM
This app is mesmerizing and deeply addicting. Definitely my favorite particle effect toy. The still screenshots don't do justice to the trippy dynamic graphics. I have spent way too much time flinging glowing bubbles and molding gobs of light. Just playing with the preset settings is worth the price... But being able to custom build your own effects is especially rich and rewarding. All in all, an iPad must-own. Good job guys!
rupl's Review of Art In MotionReviewed on 5/4/21 2:27 PM
Not sure why people are even comparing this to Uzu because it blows Uzu out of the water. It's capable of so much more. Two things people are complaining about in these reviews: 1. Performance - there's a slider to control quality/performance. Use it! 2. Saving scenes. This is possible using the save button. You can save any new or edited scene. Try exploring the app before writing a negative review. The scene editor is awesome and easy to learn. You can create a really diverse set of effects. This can be an excellent real-time visualizer to live music, especially if your iPad is hooked to a projector. Even without a projector, if you just like to stare at pretty things sometimes, this will entertain for hours.
bittlebox's Review of Art In MotionReviewed on 5/4/21 2:27 PM
Everything is blurry. There are much better apps like this that don't strain your eyes. I looked at the screen captures and saw that they were blurry but I thought it must just have been poor screen captures, but no that's really the way it looks.
Oinjjko's Review of Art In MotionReviewed on 5/4/21 2:27 PM
Gorgeous visuals that have motion, you control the visuals and the motion. This is the type of app that must be experienced, words don't do it justice.
Tunedude35's Review of Art In MotionReviewed on 5/4/21 2:27 PM
Any large scene creates tons of lag and completely ruins all wonder in the app. Uzu is waaaay better than this
I'm in your face123's Review of Art In MotionReviewed on 5/4/21 2:27 PM
I would expect a little more quality in a $3 app the graphics are too fuzzy and the effects were low quality, I have some free particle visualizers that are better. Please Upgrade
Dr.Killshot's Review of Art In MotionReviewed on 5/4/21 2:27 PM
complete waste of time and money. The software took me ten minutes to figure out how to use. And even then it was pointless. DO NOT BUY
Damon666.'s Review of Art In MotionReviewed on 5/4/21 2:27 PM
This app has a pretty poor UI, and hence it is difficult to make anything really cool. The help system does not even tell you how to exit edit mode, or at least it is not at the front of the help system. Although a great idea it needs some more work.