POP - Prototyping on Paper 4+

Prototype & Design Apps

Marvel Prototyping LTD

Designed for iPad

    • 4.6 • 1.2K Ratings
    • Free


POP lets you create amazing interactive app designs and prototypes on your iPhone or iPad!

You can design interfaces using our super-simple design mode, with over 1 million icons, fonts, stock photos and avatars available for you to use thanks to integrations with Unsplash, Iconfinder and Randomuser.

Prefer sketching your ideas on paper? We support that too! Just take a snap of your sketches and add them to your project.

Once your ready, you can turn your designs, sketches, mockups and wireframes into interactive, tappable app prototypes that allow you to demo your ideas and share with others.

How it works:

Select from the iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch

Design your app with our design tool with millions of free stock photos, fonts and icons. Or take photos of your pen and paper sketches!

Link each screen together using touch areas to form your app demo, add realistic transitions…then press play!

Ready to show the world? You can share prototypes with any device or desktop browser using Email, SMS, Twitter and Facebook.

Everything is synced to your Marvel web account too, so you always have access to your prototypes no matter where you are.

Some of the worlds most popular startups, tech companies and services start their ideas in POP - ready to join them?

What’s New

Version 6.31.9

We continue to refine the POP app to make prototyping as fun and easy as possible.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
1.2K Ratings

1.2K Ratings

amyluvsclay ,

Fun app for low-fidelity prototyping!

I first heard about the POP app during my UX boot camp. We used it for one of our first projects before we learned to use other design and prototyping tools. The app is very easy to use and quite honestly, it’s very cool! Anyone, not just designers, can use POP to help envision their app ideas. It can also be used to quickly test concepts with users or test basic flows and functionally with developers.

As a UX Designer, I don’t use POP much anymore. But when I do, I will cut out a sheet of approximately the size of an iPhone screen. I’ll use that to trace many screens on another sheet of paper. From there I will draw out the different screens and flows of the app. I’ll even draw and cut things out like drop-down boxes if I want to show more functionality. Then I will take pictures of all the screens and add hot spots links. Ta-da! You have an app!

I think POP would also be great for kids who are interested in design. They can easily draw out screens and link them all together. Having the screens on a mobile device almost makes it feel real. Overall, this is a fun app for low-fidelity prototyping!

SirNird ,

Amazing tool!!

I’m learning UX Design and was referred to marvel for easy method of transferring paper wireframes to digital. I didn’t know what to expect but I started a new project and have created paper wireframes for it and wanted to see what it was like using marvel. I am beyond pleasantly surprised at how easy it is!

You take pictures of your drawings and try cropping them to just the image you want to use. It won’t be perfect but it’s just to give you an idea. Then you can add links so you can create a prototype using the drawings on your phone. This has made test driving the buttons so easy and fluid so I know if I need to make changes.

Absolutely recommend this for anyone who spends a lot of time and care with their paper wireframe. Now I’m off to see if I can export any of this to Figma to see how it’ll be at making purely digital lo-fi wireframes to prototype.

Sea language ,

Great little tool for making fast mobile prototypes

I use this tool in a class I teach on UX design. I ask students to download the app to photograph rough whiteboard sketches and then link them into clickable prototypes. They quickly understand how to work the app and they can evaluate or test their ideas. In the process they also start to understand how to work more complex prototyping tools. I really appreciate this app.

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