Developer: smartieAnts Inc.
Current Version: 1.2
Last Updated: 7 years ago
Download Size: 150.1 KB - Download
iPaint is easy. iPaint provides a simple and clean unobstructed canvas for you to be creative. iPaint has three brushes and nine colors. iPaint is the easiest paint application for the Mac.
Bring out the artist inside you and let your imagination run wild with iPaint.
Enhanced for OSX Lion
Most Helpful Reviews
Prefect for young children - I bought this with a 3 year old in mind. I have the big guns: Photoshop, Corel Painter and others, but it was too easy for mayhem to occur. I wanted something for the children, just like if I handed them paper and crayons. It is a big deal for them to use Gram's computer and this program is a very simple interface for a child. Basic colors and 3 brush sizes, and the 3 year old has already figured out to erase you just use the white paint. I recommend the program for young children, or if you want to use it as a down and dirty white board.
Disgusted - I cannot even make a punnet square (that doesn't look ghetto) on this application. I am a poor college student and apple just wasted another two dollars. I expected more.
More Reviews for Current Version
Could be better - This app is ok. I need a dirty white board so this will do. It would be better if there was full screeen support. Just contacted the developer and they said they will do it in the next iteration.
No Edit, Format, or View!!! - Doesnt install correctly. Dont buy!
Not Useful - Dumb and not even useful. Can't import anything into the program.
Too simple... - I am 10 years old. I installed this app because it was a cheap paint program and the Mac doesn't come with a paint program. Upon opening it I was surprised by it's simplicity, because sometimes that's good, and sometimes that's bad. PROS: 1. Simple interface, no learning required 2. Very like drawing on paper: No eraser and no straight boxes. CONS: 1. Interface is WAY too simple. Needs eraser, and much more and better tools 2. Not too many brush sizes 3. We are still on Snow Leopard, and when we tried to download the update it's for Lion only. The update looks slightly better, but I don't care, except we had to take the App Store icon off our dock when that annoying message pops up that says you have an update. (The little red circle.) I wish App Store would recognize we can't download the update and stop doing that. If you want a paint program where you... paint, this is for you. If you want a paint program where you create good images, you should save your $2.00. Overall, I am looking for something more like Microsoft Paint, which was FREE, contain WAY more tools than this, and has photo-editing power. I like the interface and the simplicity and think this app has good potential if they give it a good few well-needed updates. If you are under 12, save your $2.00.
Not a good app - Amoung other problems, it really doesn't stick to Apple Design Guidelines, so it really doesn't feel like a typical Mac app at all. I suspect the developer was new to the platform. It works for a simple kid drawing program, but that's really about it… and it doesn't do that particularly well.