If aseprote has an IOS version, I would like to buy an IPAD.
@getout There is already a bigger thread opened to discuss this, check it if you have time:
The is no ETA for the iOS version, the plans are:
- Release Aseprite v1.2.10 + v1.3-beta1
- And then start working on Aseprite iOS seriously (the iOS version is already working, but it doesn’t make sense with the current interface + touch screens, so the UX is so bad that I don’t want to release something that could affect the vision of the desktop version)
How well does the desktop version work on a surface pro, touch related?
Without keyboard, the experience is far from perfect, you can use the pen and finger gestures, it’s usable but I would prefer something a lot better (e.g. on screen controls, etc.).
The idea is that some of the extensions that iOS will have should be available in touch-like devices like the Surface.
try pixel studio app
I am a UX designer that focuses on mobile platform and would be happy to provide any consulting for this project if you need any help