Release Date: June 11, 2016
Languages: English, Japanese, Simplified Chinese
Developer: Flinto, LLC.
MAS Rating: 4+
Mac Platform: Intel
OS Version: OS X 10.10 or later
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit processor
More information: https://www.flinto.com/mac
Mac App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/app/flinto/id1021880828?mt=12
The prototyping tool designers have been waiting for.
Flinto for Mac enables you to create amazingly realistic prototypes of your mobile app designs with animations, gestures and scrolling. No timelines, no coding, just put stuff where you want it to go. Flinto for Mac is built for designers.
If you can use a graphics app, you can use Flinto for Mac.
• Design your own custom animated transitions.
• Navigate your app prototype with direct manipulation gestures.
• Add scroll areas. Vertical, horizontal, nested, paging, it all works.
• View your work live on device with our free companion iOS app.
• Import screen designs directly from Sketch, or drag and drop assets made in any graphics app.
• Send Flinto files to anyone, all they need is our free iOS viewer app.
What's New in Version 1.6.1:
New in Version 1.6.1:
- You can now drag the end of a link line to easily retarget the link.
- Bug fixes
New in version 1.6:
Meet the New Link Line
We've totally rebuilt the link line to be more useful, and more fun. Whenever you select a link, the link line appears. This makes it much easier to see where links are pointing. When drawing links, the line animates and moves in a much more natural way. A convenient gesture icon appears on the link line which lets you see at a glance what gestures you have assigned, and clicking the icon gives you immediate access to the gesture and transition options.
Remember, you can hide links (and link lines) by clicking the "Toggle Links" toolbar button or using the command+l shortcut.
This seemingly small enhancement makes working in the Transition Designer significantly easier. You'll see an outline when hovering over a layer which helps you to know exactly which layer you are about to select. This works in the canvas and in the Transition Designer where it's a lifesaver when you have layers hidden behind others, or faded out.
Big Improvements to Canvas Operations
With the addition of rectangles in version 1.5, we felt it was time to revamp some of our canvas operations.
- Set a default rectangle style (Edit > Set as Default Style).
- New minimal resize handle style with intelligent showing/hiding of handles as space allows.
- Resize handles added to the four sides of layers for more flexible resizing.
- Hide handles while adjusting properties for more precision.
- Hold command while dragging a layer to disable snapping.
- Resize layers using the command+arrow shortcut.
- Delete links from layers using command+delete.
- Improved the behavior of selecting layers inside groups with the command+click shortcut.
- Resizing a scroll group keeps the content size consistent.
Scalable Preview Touch Cursor
The touch cursor in the preview window now scales as you zoom the window, now it always represents the size of a finger relative to the zoom amount, and it looks nice and crisp at all sizes because it is drawn dynamically.
Support for Additional Pixel Densities
We've added 1.5x, 3x and 4x options to support Android devices with those pixel densities.