Best iPad app of 2016 – SketchBook Motion
Welcome to Motion – Best iPad App for 2016!
App Store editors gave this reason for why SketchBook Motion deserved to be the iPad App of the Year:
Animation is anything but easy. That is, unless you’re using our 2016 iPad App of the Year. SketchBook Motion’s first trick is ditching insider terms like “keyframe” and “timeline” — instead opting for wonderfully natural words like “wind” and “rain”. It’s SO much easier for us to wrap our heads around, and the simple tutorials and excellent samples help, too. Of course, it’s got Apple Pencil support – it even offers an iMessage App so we can share animation in a flash.
Available exclusively on 64-bit iPad Air gen 1 +, iPad Pro gen 1 +, and iPad mini gen 2 +
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Bring life to your images! Create beautiful animated scenes, communicate simple to complex concepts, or just have fun! With SketchBook Motion, add lively effects or subtle movement to your still illustrations. Watch as elements move, multiply, and grow. Combine these easy effects to create endless possibilities, adding meaning and emotion to your work.
Entertain or communicate
- Turn images into moving stories
- Add meaning to your presentation
- Build simple animated prototypes
- Design dynamic logos and ecards
- Create fun and engaging classroom projects
- Enhance instructional content
Create from scratch or use existing images
- Draw directly with the brushes using your finger or Apple Pencil
- Import any images from your Photos
- Use layers to assign different animation modes to elements in your scene
- Apply simple gestures to make things grow, move, or emit particles
- Add complex animation behavior, using advanced controls, such as granular motion
Output and share your work
- Create stickers to add meaning and emotion to your iMessage
- Share your feelings with lightweight GIFs
- Export high-quality movies as MP4s
- Upload html links that can be shared and viewed in any browser
Deepen your knowledge
- Interactive tutorials walk you through the basics
- In-app examples enable you to dissect more complex projects
- Online help and videos provide instruction for how to use features
To see what’s new in the latest version of Motion, check out What’s New in SketchBook Motion.