Accessibility in Procreate.
Art is for everyone.
Procreate focuses on making it easier to draw and interact with the canvas, see or discover labels and colors, and keep your attention focussed on your art.
Stroke of genius.
Procreate includes a groundbreaking new stabilization method, Motion Filtering. Inspired by audio processing, the advanced Motion Filtering algorithms help to smooth the result of tremors or shakes to help your brushes behave the way you want them too.
Single touch gestures
The power of touch.
Turn two finger gestures into a Single Touch. Move, zoom and rotate your canvas all with a single touch, or fit to canvas without needing to pinch.
More than text, set a larger size that’s perfect for you and Procreate dynamically scales the interface with it. Bigger sliders, thumbnails and buttons makes Procreate more usable for more artists.
Discover your color.
We all see color differently, but some see color a lot differently than others. Activating Color Naming Notifications to instantly display the name and shade of any color you’re viewing.
Turn your Eyedropper into a convenient color reader. See every individual color’s name described as you slide your finger around the canvas.
Easier to see, easier to use. Enjoy bigger swatches with descriptive color naming using Color Cards in Palettes. Name your favorite shades whatever you like with customizable swatch titles.
Hear your way around Procreate with additional Feedback Sounds to alert you to every action.
Customizable onion skins
See through time.
Red and green not your thing? Select customizable onion skin colors you can see more clearly and work best for you.
iPadOS Accessibility Support
iPadOS comes with extensive accessibility settings that Procreate seamlessly integrates to give artists a better user experience.
Hear menus and navigation described to you as VoiceOver narrates your every move.
Sensitive to iPadOS’ effects and animations? Turn them off for a more enjoyable Procreate experience.