EazyDraw 4+

Drawings that communicate


    • 1.7 • 41 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Drawings that communicate.

EazyDraw is a productivity tool for the expression and transmission of knowledge. Words alone are rarely adequate to communicate Information, concepts and ideas. Amplify the expression of your creativity with integrated text, symbols and diagrams.

EazyDraw provides a balanced feature set that includes tools needed for technical drawing, web and App graphic design, print publishing, logos, page - text layout and more. Easy enough for everyone but with the depth your project will need.

Includes comprehensive support for bitmap and vector graphic formats: Import and ungroup for edit PDF, and EPS. Import and export SVG and now DXF. Preview and publish to EPS and TIFF with RGB or CMYK process colors. Exchange scaled CAD drawings using DXF. Preview and publish wide gamut colors for web graphics. Create macOS, iOS, and watchOS app development graphics with Display P3 colors.

EazyDraw provides full native support for SVG (Scalable Vector Graphic) file format. With EazyDraw you may import and edit SVG, EPS, and PDF vector drawings. Export formats include: SVG, PDF, EPS, JPG, TIF, Favicon, Keynote and others.

Wide color gamut enhances the visual experience on compatible displays.

Newer Macs (powerBooks, and iMacs late 2015 and newer) have displays that provide P3 Colors. The P3 color space has a much wider color gamut than sRGB. Simple terms: colors can be brighter on a P3 screen. Actually there are two requirements to see these brighter colors, the App must support and present P3 colors and the display must be a P3 display.

EazyDraw 9 is now fully color managed and supports P3 colors on P3 screens. EazyDraw 9 delivers bright sRGB colors on screens that are non-P3. For everyday use this is all automatic, on newer iMacs and PowerBooks the colors will simply look better

What’s New

Version 10.10.1

EazyDraw 10.9.1 is an essential update for compatibility with macOS 10.13, Ventura.

This update corrects a bug with parameter palettes in the mini-mode. Palettes in this mode could not be closed. This problem prevented the EazyDraw Settings palette from opening. Also, the Morph, Free Transform, and Font panels would not close. This update corrects these issues.

This update corrects an incompatibility with Ventura when copying large complex graphics with nested groups.

EazyDraw 10.9.1 corrects the display of icons in the main Toolbar. Icons with pop-down menus were larger than the button, and the top portion of the icon graphic was clipped. This version corrects this problem; all Toolbar icons now display correctly in the Toolbar.

Ratings and Reviews

1.7 out of 5
41 Ratings

41 Ratings

Charlie from Texas ,

Horrible Upgrade

This was a great application. Nice features, easy to use and inexpensive. The upgrade to 9.2.0 completely destroyed the program. It took a fully functional program and DOWNGRADED it to a useless “Basic” version of the program. The notification simply stated that an upgrade was available (app store notification) just like we have gotten many times in the past. There was no explicit warning that the upgrade was going to destroy the application’s usefullness or that they were going to extort you to pay three times the origional purchase price to restore the previous functionality.

This version 9 is not worth the $95 they are demanding, and the subscription based pricing is totally unacceptable.

Highly not recommended. I would give this upgrade 0 stars, but that is not a review option. Very dissapointed in how they handled this update.

Developer Response ,

Please contact support@eazydraw.com for subscription transition assistance.


First Paid Upgrade in 7 Years Bungled

I love this app. It works great, and Dekorra has supported it for seven (SEVEN!) years for free. I'm giving ut four stars instead of five because they bungled the upgrade so increadibly badly. I understand that Dekorra couldn't do this forever, but they blindsided all of us longtime users. They should not have NERFED the prior version WITHOUT NOTICE. It seems that they at least could have used an App Store update to inform us what was going to happen, and why.

As it is, it appeared that Dekorra nerfed EazyDraw to force longtime users to pay $95 for nothing more than Dark Mode supprt. It looked like pure greed.

The ability to purchase upgrades from within the EazyDraw app would be the best way to allow Dekorra to keep supporting the app without alienating its longtime user base. Dekorra could still push minor upgrades and bug fixes through the AppStore. Major upgrades would require the within app purchase, and be preceded by clear notice prior versions would no longer be supported with bug fixes or incremental upgrades.

In short: Great app. Horrible upgrade policy.


Don't buy it and don't buy on the Mac App Store

I bought it first time in 2012. In January 2019 (V9) I was forced to pay 104,99 € to continue to use it. And now again in 2021 (only 30 months later !) I should have to pay 94,99 € agian. Let me say it's nothing else than racketeering customers.
I prefer to give it up and I claim to recover my V9 software version.
Last time also I buy a software on the Mac App Store because Apple Company is complicit of that situation since no warning is sent to customer when applying a sotware update will lead to repay again, again and again.

Developer Response ,

Please contact support@eazydraw.com for subscription transition assistance.

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