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by Silver Fox
by Silver Fox
Pixure is the most advanced pixel art application in the world. Over 100 features, with new ones coming every update.The best tools for the best art, including:• Layers – create, copy, rename, reorder, delete, hide, transform and move layers• Bucket fill – with advanced options, including tolerance • Advanced color picker – includes the ability to manually enter RGB and hex values• Swatches – automatic swatch history with no limit• Shapes drawer – includes circle, rectangle, triangle, line and more• Zoom – Up to 200xGreat document management• iCloud sync – including iCloud Drive• Import – from Photo Library and other apps, including PSDs• Export & Share – as PSD, SVG, PNG and JPG• iTunes file sharing – easily access your work over USB via iTunes• Send to Desktop – quickly open a document in Illustrator or Photoshop on the desktop (requires Creative Cloud account)Using the latest technologies• 3D Touch drawing – pressure sensitive drawing (requires 3D Touch capable screen)• Peek & Pop for documents and layers (requires 3D Touch capable screen)• Split View & Slide Over multitasking• Photo filter extension – pixelate images straight from the Photos app• 3D Touch shortcuts• Keyboard shortcuts – over 30 shortcuts enabling a better workflow• Spotlight search – search for documents and open them straight from SpotlightAn advanced UI that's easy to use• Moveable Tools sidebar (iPad only)• Pop panels and move them anywhere you'd like (iPad only)• Pin panels to the left or right side, to adjust your workflow for your needs (iPad only)• Beautiful and clean design – features a dark layout that puts the focus on your workAnd finally: no ads or in-app purchases! Pixure is a premium app and won't disturb your workflow with any annoying popups such as to rate the app. If you like the app, or would like to see a feature in the next update, you can let us know by leaving a review or emailing: firstname.lastname@example.orgScreenshot artwork by Ryan Coleman