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Best new apps of the week: Procreate Pocket and Group Text+

Turn your iPhone into your mobile sketchbook and share through messages faster than ever before with our top app picks for the week!

Acclaimed iPad drawing app Procreate comes to iPhone via new Pocket edition

The acclaimed iPad drawing app developed by Savage Interactive has finally been made compatible with iPhone.

Feature-rich iPad drawing app Procreate updated with Palm Support and other new features

Version 2.2 also offers support for iCloud Drive, AirDrop, and AirPrint.

Powerful iPad drawing app Procreate gets even better with new 'colorful' update

The Apple Design Award-winning iPad drawing app Procreate has just received a rather “colorful” update.

Procreate 2.0 Features iOS 7 Redesign, 64-Bit Support And Other Enhancements

The Apple Design Award-winning iPad drawing app Procreate has just been updated to version 2.0.

Apple Design Award Winner Procreate Updated With Full HD Canvas Recording

Procreate has just been updated with a new feature that propels it even further beyond the competition.

Procreate Gains New Freehand Selection Tool, Copy And Paste System And More

The highly rated iPad drawing app Procreate has just received another significant update.

Get Creative On A Huge Cinematic Canvas With Procreate For iPad

Just when you think Procreate couldn't get any better, a feature-packed update comes along for the popular studio-grade iPad illustration app.

Procreate Proactively Adds Support For More iPad Styli

The studio-grade iPad illustration app Procreate has just gotten another update. And if this update proves anything, it’s that Procreate is proactive.

Procreate V1.6 Brings Some Major Changes

Procreate, a gorgeous sketchbook app for iPad, has just received some big changes, as well as a makeover.

Move Over Brushes, Get Creative with Procreate. Win A Copy With A Comment!

Procreate is an elegant new painting app for the iPad. It's feature-rich, sleek, and suitable for amateur and professionals alike. But, can it compete with the App Store painting staples, like Brushes and Inspire Pro?