Draw Things: AI Generation 4+

Create & Edit Images with AI

Liu Liu

Designed for iPad

    • 4.8 • 118 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

iPad and Stable Diffusion v2 support is here!

Draw Things is a AI-assisted image generation tool to help you create images you have in mind in minutes rather than days. Master the cast spells and your iPhone will draw what you want with a few simple words. Draw Things runs locally on your phone to protect your privacy.

What’s New

Version 1.20221127.0

Added Stable Diffusion v2 models (512, 768-v, and inpainting).

Added MiniSD model and Van Gogh model.

Fixed iPad batch size generation has some blank results.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
118 Ratings

118 Ratings

ctaylor2 ,

Absolutely incredible - I can create AI art with my phone and no internet connection

LiuLiu has managed to create an app that most would have said was NOT possible just a few months ago. Not only is it smooth, functional, and intuitive - it also works brilliantly!
Creating AI art on a PC is taxing for most machines, but this app does it on your phone. I’m shocked, dumbfounded, and have had my mind blown by this achievement. I truly hope this app is wildly successful. It’s creator deserves all the credit they are given.

BryanCrow ,

Makes Stable Diffusion Accessible for the Masses

Fantastic app. Stable diffusion is already amazingly open, but it takes a technical person to get it set up and running. This app takes all that work out and makes it easy to use for the masses. I’ve been recommending it for all my friends and family.

mistersquid ,

No Privacy disclosure nor NSFW filter

Updating review and rating due to thoughtful Developer response. (Thanks, Liu Liu.) While I do not recall seeing a notification for Add permission, I appreciate the detailed instructions on how to revoke that permission.
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App automatically saves images to your Photos library without notifying it will do so, nor does it ask for permission to do so. Combined with the fact there is no default NSFW filter means unsuspecting users may find themselves in embarrassing situations when opening their Photos libraries. Generated images are OK but nothing to write home about.

Developer Response ,

1. You need to tap "Save" button to save generated image to your Photos library. It is not automatic in any way or form;

2. We do have a first time dialog when you tap on "Save" button (from iOS system) to ask for "Add Photo" permission. This is because unlike many other apps, we don't ask for "Read" permission at all, meaning we cannot see any photos in your Photos library, that's why there isn't even a permission for that;

3. We don't collect any data, this is rare for today's app, but we do, that's why our privacy policy is very simple.

4. If you don't want to accidentally tap "Save" button, you can disable the "Add to Photos" permission in "Settings -> General -> Privacy & Security -> Photos -> Draw Things" and disable that accordingly.

Finally word: we take privacy very seriously, that's why you see we only use minimal permissions and may be surprised there are no more permission dialogs. Apps that ask for many permissions is an unfortunately trend our society seems reward. But we devoted to combat that trend.

TL;DR: "Add to Photos" is the only permission we asked for, and only used when you explicitly tap "Save" button. You can disable that in Settings -> General -> Privacy & Security -> Photos if you believe you accidentally granted that permission the first time.

App Privacy

The developer, Liu Liu, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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