iScale @3x Version 1.2 Adds Support for @3x~iphone suffix!

iScale @3x version 1.2 has been pushed to the Mac App Store! This update allows you to use the @3x~iphone suffix to generate a @2x~iphone image and a ~iphone image!

Current users of iScale @3x can get the upgrade for free now by going to the Mac App Store! If you’re interested in purchasing iScale @3x, it is available on the Mac App Store here for only $0.99!

iScale @3x Mac App screenshot of icon being dragged onto the window. iScale @3x Mac App screenshot of exported icon images.

iPromo Art Creator 1.5 Update Adds iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus Device Templates!

Calling all iOS developers, if you didn’t already know, the iPromo Art Creator Mac app makes it easy to add device skins to your iOS app screenshots. You can use the images made with iPromo Art Creator on websites and other promotional material. We probably should have posted about this update a couple of months ago, but version 1.5 of iPromo Art Creator has added iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus device templates to the application!
Laugh Clown Professional Balloon Dodger screenshot with the iPhone 6 Plus device frame around it.
Laugh Clown Professional Balloon Dodger iPhone 6 Plus promo art with the iPhone 6 Plus device skin. The device skin was automatically added to the image using the iPromo Art Creator Mac app.
All current users of iPromo Art Creator have already received the update for free on the Mac App Store! If your an iOS Developer and are interested in purchasing the app, it is available on the Mac App Store here!

iScale @2x Demo Video! It works!

Here is a quick demo video I made showing the iScale @2x Mac application in action. iScale @2x is available on the Mac App Store for free here!


Also the sequel, iScale @3x with @3x image support and @2x~ipad and @2x~iphone support is also available on the Mac App Store for just $0.99.

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iOS Devices: Screen Bounds List

Dimensions (in points):

*Note: Starting in iOS 8, the bounds property on UIScreen is orientation based, so for example if the bounds in portrait mode is 320×480, in the landscape orientation the bounds would be 480×320. The list below assumes that the device is in the portrait orientation.

320 x 480
-iPhone 4s and earlier models.
320 x 568
-iPhone 5
-iPhone 5S
-iPhone 5C
375 x 667
-iPhone 6
414 x 736
-iPhone 6 Plus
768 x 1024
-iPad