Pixel art editor - Dottable ‪-‬ 4+

Yosuke Seki

Designed for iPad

    • 4.6 • 1.3K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



BE CREATIVE in your spare time!!
This app enables you to make a pixel art easily.
Although the operation is simple, it has layer editing, color making and other professional tools.

Wanna make your original work during your spare time or before going to bed?

To prevent a crash, creating a new project needs more than 300MB free space of your device.
Sorry for the inconvenience.

The app’s main functions are below.

- Layer editing
You can add, delete and copy layers.
You can also choose the layer display or non-display and change the order of layers.

- Various tools
The app has basic tools to paint.
(Pen, Syringe, blotting out, rectangle, circle, transfer... etc)

- Animated GIF export
Each layer is going to be one frame.

- Undo, Redo
You can cancel the line you draw.

- Color making
You can make your favorite color easily.
It is also able to choose a color you would like to change to transparent.
You can save 20 colors in maximum by a work.

- Zoom-in, Zoom-out
You can paint details by the Zoom-in, Zoom-out function.

- Saving several works
You can save several project files of your favorite works, so you can edit you work other day.

- Setting canvas size
You can set any canvas size from 5*5〜120*120.

- Setting the dot size of exportation
You can choose the dot size of exportation.
The work will be saved as a png file in you r camera roll.

- Rotate function
You can rotate a work horizontally and vertically.

- Selection area
You can edit, transfer and copy only the area you selected.

- Loading a picture for trace
You can load a picture in forefront or back. You can set a rate of transparency, a position and a rate of magnification.

- Conversion function of a picture to pixel art.
It is able to convert a picture in camera roll to pixel art.
After conversion, the pixel art will be loaded in new layer, so you can edit it.

What’s New

Version 2.13

- Improvement of advertising

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
1.3K Ratings

1.3K Ratings

The Bored Inkling ,

Great Pixel Art App!

I don’t believe I would’ve expected there to be a good free pixel art app, but I was pleasantly surprised when I found this. Dottable is that app. In fact, I enjoyed this app so much, I recommended it to my friend, as we make little sprites for games we’ll eventually make. But that’s off topic.
The reason I enjoy dottable is the fact that it’s easy to use, and the canvas size can be adjusted up to 120 pixels. Every other free pixel art app has limited size. I once encountered an app that had a max canvas of 7 pixels. SEVEN PIXELS. I also like that the color selection is simple enough where it’s easy but nice.
Again, it deserves five stars, but there are slight errors. I would like it if you can rename arts, and I would also suggest that this app never used ads. Oh, and please add a line tool. Thanks for reading this.
- Bash

FerrisFoxtank ,

Pretty Good, but Room for Improvement

I was in need of a pixel art app, and found this. I haven’t really looked at other apps that much so I might be a bit critical, but the fact that so much is limited is kinda annoying. It’s especially annoying with the whole pay-to-get-more thing (premium) which I find to be pretty useless. Either give us more options and make the app paid, or just not even bother. That’s just an opinion though. The fact is, it’s pretty mediocre. There are limited tools which can be confusing, colors which, while they may not appear to be so limited, are very hard to select on a mobile device (which is the intention), and limited spaces for art pieces which is pretty ridiculous (especially since it’s not a lot at all). Lastly, the ads. They’re the most annoying thing. Forget saving just in case every time you leave. Every time you save and you have connection, an ad plays and it usually doesn’t even fit that well on phones.

All in all, I think it’s ok at what it’s doing, but could be improved heavily. Like I said though; I haven’t seen too many other pixel-art apps so I’m not sure where it lands in the whole spectrum.

Ultrasound. ,

Absolute Garbage

I’m rating this 5 stars so you can see my review. This app barely gives you decent canvas sizes and the pen function is awful, if you swipe fast, the dots spread out and the only way to stop it is to draw very slowly. The app doesn’t even give you customizable colors, or even palates! The other reviews you see are fake, I guarantee! Nobody could possibly think this app is as awesome as the revues say it is. Devs, either make the app DECENT, or get rid of it. Nobody wants a storage wasting, stupid, useless app.

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