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The updated Astropad Mini is now free and supports 3-D touch

The updated Astropad Mini is now free and supports 3-D touch

Getting Stuff Done
October 27, 2015

The extensive tool for transforming your iPhone into a portable tablet for graphics design on your Mac has received a great update today, Oct. 27. Not only can you now get Astropad Mini at no charge, but if you have the newest iPhone you can enjoy pressure sensitive drawing.

New 3-D touch features

For owners of the iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus, you can now go stylus-free. The new pressure sensitive drawing feature uses your phone’s 3-D touch ability for a wonderful new drawing experience.

Astropad MiniDraw naturally

Astropad Mini gives design professionals a way to create and edit graphics and photos on their Mac from an iPhone along with Apple Watch support. Here are some the terrific features:

  • Works with any Mac app including Photoshop, Lightroom, and more
  • True retina resolution
  • Mac app pinch to zoom and panning features
  • Support for all iOS styluses
  • Photo adjustments for masking, burning, patching, and smoothing

Here is a look at Astropad Mini and just click here if you cannot view the video:

Robust graphics tool

Astropad Mini provides an array of photo and graphic creation and editing tools. Having this app in your pocket means you can put away your mouse for extreme touch control of those important details. Made for professionals and originally created for iPad, Astropad Mini for iPhone lets you perfect your designs with complete control.

Astropad MiniAstropad Mini is designed for iPhone and now available for free on the App Store. Astropad Graphics Tablet for iPad has not received the same price reduction and still costs $39.99. For either app, you will need to download Astropad to your Mac as well, which you can do from the Astropad website.

For additional news stories today, check out Adding Touch ID to Mac is now easier than ever with MacID 1.3 and Apple seeds the first beta version of iOS 9.2 to registered developers.

Mentioned apps

Astropad Mini
Astropad Mini
Astro HQ
Astropad Graphics Tablet
Astropad Graphics Tablet
Astro HQ

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