Create pixel art on the go. Pixilart is a community of passionate art enthusiasts who enjoy pixels. Easily make pixel art, and then share your art and even follow others who have created their own pixel art creations.

Become part of the largest pixel art community and understand why Pixilart is a growing community for feedback, sharing, art and more! It's fun and easy to create pixel art on the go with Pixilart. Simply move your finder across the screen to move the cursor and click on draw to lay pixels. Use blank canvases or choose from a variety of bases created by other users.

• Create pixel art on the go with our easy-to-use drawing feature
• Create from bases or blank canvases
• Create profiles to upload drawings in the cloud for easier access on different devices
• Upload drawings in private, or in public so others can see
• Share drawings with others for feedback or simply to show off!
• Receive notifications from likes, comments, mentions, and new followers
• Follow your favorite artists on activity feeds

Pixilart is a social platform for all ages. There is no private messaging system. All conversations are public. Swearing filters are enabled by default. Spam filters are enabled by default. Users can easily block/un-follow others. All drawings are monitored.

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What’s New

Version 1.2.1

Bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
875 Ratings

875 Ratings

SavageSquido ,

Pixilart is awesome, but still needs work

I have had this app for only 48 hours, and I already love it! It’s easy to use ( for the most part) and a nice idea. The website is only accessible on a computer, and it’s nice to be able to create images and sprites whenever you want wherever you want! However, there are still some problems. The first problem is the way the colors are laid out. A color wheel would be nice. Problem two is that some of the tools are missing. I don’t think anyone noticed, but the eye dropper and lighten/darken tools are gone.
The final problem is canvas sizes. On the website, you were able to create custom canvas sizes to match your needs. The apps sizes only run up to 64 by 64 which I can understand, but at least let us customize the size below the limit of 64 by 64. Other than these issues, the app is amazing!

The Yeet Fleet ,

You can use it, but I hate it.

Originally 2 star, but now 3. I love the pixilart website, but the drawing on this and the limited palette infuriate me. Only essentials are on this app, which is fine, but it’s hard to get actual line work done. Even zoomed in I can’t draw. When I read bad reviews, I thought it couldn’t be that bad, but it was. I just found out how to draw well but it’s sort of hard to figure out. Not really but still. Still unintuitive. Also don’t know if or how you can copy, paste, rotate, flip, or cut selected parts of the canvas. Seems like there’s a limit to how much you can select. This app is now getting one star. Shading is also limited by a lot because of the limited palette. But the preset works well enough. They tried to streamline this app, but now it’s way more limited and there’s much more of a learning curve, but without the mastery.
There’s no eye dropper, which I use constantly on desktop.
I think I’ll give this 2 stars, but only because I realized that the way that I draw solves more problems than it causes.
Suggestion: on calculator for iOS in landscape mode you gain access to more options. You could do that for this app.
P.S: This review is cluttered because I wrote it in increments. The selection tool doesn’t have a size limit but it is confusing at first.

MadeOfLoaf ,

Pretty Dissapointing Compared to the Website

This app alone is fine, you have basic tools, brush, eraser, layers, etc. It’s not anything special/new, but it’s what i expect from a free app. However, compared to the website it’s a pretty poor quality drawing app. A big issue i had was that you can’t size your canvas over 100x100 pixels. On the website, you can go up to 500x500. I also couldn’t find a way to decrease the opacity of a layer without the onion skinning on. I got the app because the website’s saving settings were very odd and sometimes the save button would just disappear, so I would use an alternative method and it would reload the page and delete my drawing. Luckily, I could put my drawing in through screenshots I took of my drawing. This wasn’t an option with the app, but that’s not a big issue because i can always just copy it using alternative methods, but it would be nice if that could be incorporated into the app. Overall, it’s exactly what you expect from a free app, but compared to the website it’s not nearly as good. I do highly recommend the website though, aside from the saving issues.

App Privacy

The developer, Bryan Ware, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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