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JKnit HD Pro for iPad will help you transform any knitting pattern into easy to follow, row-by-row instructions and will reward you with the benefit of comfortable, uninterrupted knitting. With JKnit HD Pro, you can setup your patterns directly on your iPad or do it on any computer using the JKnit Web Portal and then import them in wirelessly. This powerful app also has a built-in PDF viewer specifically designed with knitters in mind. You can also easily access your patterns on KnitPoint.com in both PDF and JKnit formats and download them into the app. Unparalleled professional-grade features and versatility make this one-of-a-kind app a must-have for every knitter.

JKnit lets you enjoy uninterrupted knitting with detailed row-by-row reminders.
Just advance the counter as you complete each row, and JKnit HD Pro will direct you what to do next. If you need to tweak your pattern or frog a few rows back, the app will track and adjust accordingly. And whenever you come back to a project after a while, JKnit HD Pro will help you pick up exactly where you left off.

Keep track of your project materials, add photos and maintain project logs.
You can easily capture and keep track of all of the essential project information in JKnit. Input your project yarn and needles, type or paste in you project directions and notes. Set your project start date, and the knit timer will automatically record the time you spend working on a project. It is also simple to add project photos by either taking them with the built-in camera (iPad 2 only) or importing them from the photo library.

All of your projects always at your fingertips.
JKnit HD Pro has a built-in database that will store all of your projects. There is no limit, as long as there is enough memory. So, wherever you go, you will have all of your projects with you - just bring along your iPad!

Built-in PDF viewer designed with knitters in mind.
It is easy to follow charts with this PDF viewer. You can rotate pages with landscape-oriented charts and add custom row highlight bars on every page of the pattern. Just double tap anywhere above the bar to shift it up or below to shift it down. Import your PDFs into the app from your computer, e-mail attachments, websites or download them directly from your pattern library on KnitPoint.com.

JKnit Web Portal makes project setup and transfer fast and easy.
JKnit Web Portal lets you setup projects in JKnit format on any computer and transfer them over to your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad with just a push of a button. The portal is a powerful web based application that perfectly complements JKnit HD Pro and makes it much more than just a mobile app. Get JKnit HD Pro and create your Free Basic account on the portal today! (Premium accounts are also available)

JKnit HD Pro comes with a preloaded sample project to help you familiarize with the app and its features. Please visit our website (http://www.jakrosoft.com/jknit.html) for additional information about the app and its other versions. Also, you can go to http://www.jakrosoft.com/jknit-help-center.html to access the User Guide, watch the Video Introductory Overview, Tutorials, and more.

You can also get JKnit Pro - the iPhone/iPod touch version of this app! To learn more, just search the App Store for JKnit Pro or visit http://www.jakrosoft.com/jknit.html.

Experiencing problems, have questions or need help? Have a recommendation or feature request for future releases? Please join the JKnit App Users Group on Ravelry (http://www.ravelry.com/groups/jknit-app-users-group) to connect with other users, share your experience and get help. You can also email us at

What’s New

Version 2.2

This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple signing certificate.

- iOS 11 support
- minor fixes

Ratings and Reviews

3.4 out of 5
74 Ratings

74 Ratings

NotNitn1 ,

Very good app with potential to be great!

This is a very nice utility for recording design as you knit patterns, and for keeping track of your place in patterns that you are working on. Importing pdf patterns is easy and the highlighting bar is a great way to keep track of where you are in the instructions. It's nicest features shine when using the app with knit patterns, or patterns that you've taken the time to enter.

You can use a large clickable counter as you step through row instructions. It is a great app if your row instructions are short. I did find it difficult to type in long strings of stitch instructions. It would be nice if future apps included a drop and drag chart maker to make entering stitch instructions easier. However, I really like that you can break up your patterns into blocks and pieces.

There is also a fun little project timer. this way you can actually answer when someone asks you how long have you been working on that super gorgeous sweater.

JSRiver ,

DON’T BOTHER doesn’t work no response from support Try Knit Companion

This app has not worked since they came out with the iPad ios. I have messaged support many times about his with no response. TRY KNIT COMPANION INSTEAD

Why is the app not working with the new iPad ios? Neither my paid or free version works and I have patterns I can’t get to and can’t get anywhere else. Please fix this

I've had this app for quite some time, even bought the paid features. I find it very easy to open a .pdf file into it and use it quite often to knit from. I like the bar that keeps track of the rows. However, the while the bar is adjustable in size, I have not found away to get it to cover the line that I need completely. Sometimes I have to cover two lines, then remember which one I was knitting. I find it irritating that I have to tap the screen on my Ipad to get the line to move instead of being able to slide the line. Also, in the menu for the .pdf files there should be a way to rename the patterns. When you open them into the app, it doesn't always ave it with the pattern name. Usually it is just bunch of numbers. The other thing I'd like to see is a way to organize the patterns into the way I would like them, not just how they get opened into the app. With all this said, it is still a decent app but needs work.

kiiks52 ,

Great potential but difficult to learn

This app has potential to be great for knitting, but it's just too difficult for me to figure out. I have gone through the tutorials and read through the topics on Ravelry, but its just too difficult for me to figure out how to accurately enter even my simple patterns into this program. Even patterns that I think I might have entered correctly, I don't trust to knit from this app for fear that ill have entered it incorrectly and thus ruin my project. I also think that for $10, you should not have to pay another $10 to get the iPhone version. The versions do not sync automatically, either. (Syncing involves uploading individual projects to the "web portal" [you can store 8 projects for free], and then manually downloading to your other device.) So whichever version you buy, plan on using that device for your knitting projects all the time. Also, if you wish to copy certain sections from a pattern to place in another pattern, plan on paying a fee each year so you can upgrade to get this "copy and paste function."

Great potential, but not a good value in my estimation. Maybe some day ill figure the app out and I can give it a better review. For now, I use it to store PDFs and highlight which row I'm on.

App Privacy

The developer, JAKRO SOFT LLC, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

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