iPad Screenshots



The iPad Pro is currently the only devices that can process the fast speeds of the tattoo machine simulation up to 11.7 volts (120cps). 7th gen iPad and iPad Air will have a max machine speed of 7.4 volts (60 cps). All other devices will experience lag. DO NOT PURCHASE if you are not using an iPad Pro AND Apple Pencil!!!

Practice tattooing techniques without the mess and risk of permanent damage. Drawing with TattApp simulates needles going in and out of the drawing surface at high speed. Needle direction and depth are simulated by utilizing the Apple Pencil's azimuth and pressure sensitivity features. Choose from different needle configurations including liners, rounds, magnums, and soft-edge magnums. Lay out colors from the Eternal Ink lineup and dip between them to create new colors. Corner shade with various sized magnum needles. Import an image to use as a stencil guide. Use the rinse cup. Slow down or speed up the power supply.

There is also a drawing section where you can import a photo, trace out a stencil, and then use the photo as reference to try your skills at emulating the style.

TattApp is perfect for the practice of blending, shading, and saturating techniques as well as developing an awareness of hand speed. Stop butchering people and practice with TattApp.

What’s New

Version 7.4

Addressed some file saving issues that were conflicting with autosave

Ratings and Reviews

3.6 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

Mac N' Rac ,

Good Concept - Needs Work

Using an iPad Pro with the most up to date software:

Liners don’t damage the “skin”. Screen tap functions to undo/redo features don’t work. If you need to adjust the sensitivity of the application because you’re using a screen protector there is no guide as to how much adjustment is required to make the application more accurate. Good way to introduce tattooing to people but like I said, it needs work.

Jirell Martinez ,

A Hidden gem!

I had a horrible half assed apprenticeship, and I feel like this had brought my game to a whole new level. I’m able to experiment and try new techniques, that I otherwise would’ve been to afraid to try on an actual client. I’ve been tattooing professionally for a couple of years, and this has made a world of difference! Thank you sir.

enwique1346 ,

Good concept but not there yet.

Good concept but not there yet. The skin damage feature is unrealistic, there’s no way the skin can be that damage after one single pass. The voltage to hand speed ration is off. I “damage” the skin far more when I run the machine in low voltage than if I run it on high which makes no sense. Some nice features here but not as realistic. Fun app to play with, but wouldn’t help you be better as a tattoo artist. The only feature I think was cool to play with is the ink mixing and color palette.

App Privacy

The developer, Cody Deegan, 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


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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