Vectornator Pro is an all in one vector graphic design powerhouse for your Mac.
It combines all the vector tools, advanced features, and functions that you need with an intuitive user interface and a high-performance making Vectornator the home for all of your graphic design work. From Branding, Illustrations, Interfaces, websites, typography to anything you can imagine.
Vectornator does not look or feel like any graphic design tool you have ever used.
Some feature highlights:
• Create detailed vectors using our Pen, Node, Brush, and Shape tools.
• Easily Align, Group, Mask, Order, Scale, Rotate, or Duplicate your objects.
• Use Advanced Vector operations such as Corner radius, Boolean, combining, separating, outlining paths, and more.
• Typography tool with full control over line height, kerning, tracking, font import, ability to outline text, and placing it on a path.
• Automatically turn bitmap images into vectors with Auto Trace.
• Work with different Artboards in a single document for an optimal UI and Web design experience.
• Add any of our 80K icons from the Iconator library to your designs.
• Color Picker with support for Gradients, Palettes, Hex input, HSB, RGB, Color blending, and Wide color gamut.
• Compatible with Adobe Illustrator and Creative Cloud.
• A wide range of import and export options (AI*, PDF*, Sketch, Figma, SVG, PNG, JPG) + Individual layer export.
• Supports iCloud Sync, Drag and drop, Keyboard shortcuts, Split View, and Custom fonts.
Do you have questions, feedback, or good ideas? We are always happy to hear from you! Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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• Improves check for corrupted undo history, increasing app stability
• Improves undo history saving time
• Now Artboards with guides no longer disables time-lapse
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The best UI is the one you don't notice
Vastly improved on MacOS!
Using 16" MPB on Catalina.
There are still some quirks, some clunkiness in various places, some rendering weirdness, but this app has made major strides and this update is a great step in the right direction.
I would still like to see some things:
#1 - Collision snapping: being able to snap objects to curves. This is such a rudimentary feature that oddly no developer implements, except CorelDraw and some indie vector apps. In other words, you have two ellipses of which you can snap together at any area on any curve. Most designers are used to not even having this capability, so I think this would be a huge selling point.
Reset values: I wish I could easily reset a value with a double click, CMD click, or anything really.
Other than that, I wish there was less visual filler with the UI elements. The dividers, use of cards/boxes, etc. I understand this is part of the design language, but I think revisiting this with the mindset of minor vertical space optimization could be useful for the user.
Regardless, I'm stoked about this update. I am eager to see what comes next because Vectornator has created a great framework to build on top of. Using basically all vector apps out there, they all tend to turn into this convoluted feature set with 20 snapping options and information density that is overwhelming.
Keep going Vectornator team!
Awesome! Most intuitive program yet
My favorite vector-based drawing program! The layout and UI/UX is so intutive and easy to use- you can tell artists/designers created this wonderful app. It is so very "Apple-like" that no tutorials are needed. I have used Adobe Creative Cloud and Adobe products for decades, and always have the same complaint. They are too "busy" , complex, and not really that intuitive to use (Adobe products seem to be designed by engineers and not visual artists). Adobe products require constant tutorials and training to use (I do not use them everyday). Photoshop is a great program with all it can do, but the "Rube Goldberg" interface and myriad of hidden tiny menus are insanely complex. Illustrator is better, but still not as fluid and intutive as many new programs like Vectorinator and Procreate (I use my iPad Pro and Apple Pencil more and more these days).
It is cool that this company "gets it" and the fact that Vectorinator is free is insane. I have recommended it to numerosu students. It really does about 85% of the job (and if I need a few added features that are not in Vectorinator, I still use Illustrator). I also have Affinity Designer (it is ok, but still requires watching videos to use).
Still love this app!
I'm positive that FREE won't last for long.
This app shows so much promise. I personally love Vectornator so far... but I'm not quite a power user. It is clean and it does what I need it to. I use the app on my iPad Pro as well, and I love it there too. On the Mac, it doesn't seem to conform to Apple's UI guidelines in terms of how preferences are displayed and modified, but I really couldn't care less (also I'm not sure if the guidelines have changed).
I don't know if getting this while it's free means anything in terms of a future revenue model, but my fingers are crossed.
I'm a disgruntled Adobe user - but only because I'm a hobbyist and I'm not paying a monthly fee to maybe use Illustrator once a quarter or so. The updates to macOS make it so I can't continue to just use what I paid for. I'm not even remotely interested in subscribing to Adobe's pay-forever-use-whenever model (which I do for Photoshop and Lightroom).
- Linearity GmbH
- 78.1 MB
- Graphics & Design
macOS 10.15 or later, 64-bit processor
English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish
- Age Rating
- © 2020 Linearity GmbH
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.