Quick Proto

Quick Proto


This free sketching app lets you do quick-and-dirty prototyping to test (and communicate) user-interface ideas.


- Sketch a series of screens using your finger or a stylus.

- Link them together with hotspots.

- Hit "Play" and try out (or demo) your rough UI.

- Share your prototype as clickable HTML by email, Dropbox, etc.*


The goal of Quick Proto is to let you draw rough ideas as fast as possible - sketch, link, share, done.

Works on all screen sizes (phone, small tablets, big tablets). Better with a stylus, particularly the more accurate ones like the Samsung Galaxy Note or the Adonit Jot series.

This app is FREE and has NO ADS. I hope you find it a useful addition to your design toolkit. Feedback is very welcome; let me know how I can improve it to suit your workflow.

Permissions: Photo/media/files (external storage) - This is needed for sharing prototypes (see below).

* Sharing a prototype requires an SD card. Most recent devices include either an SD card slot or a "virtual" SD card (e.g. Samsung S3, Nexus 7, etc.), so this is probably only an issue on older Android devices.

Credits:
This app was developed using:
- Basic4Android by Anywhere Software. Thanks Erel!
- clsCheckList by Frédéric Leneuf-Magaud
- Archiver by Frédéric Leneuf-Magaud & Kamran Zafar
- AHQuickAction by Markus Stipp
- Dialogs by Andrew Graham
- Custom Toast by Margret
- Android Asset Studio (http://j.mp/androidassetstudio)

Recent changes:
- Move between pages with 2-finger swipe.
- Multiple undo.
- Ending play mode selects previous tool.
- Updated some icons.
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4.1
User ratings
66
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
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File size
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About Quick Proto
This free sketching app lets you do quick-and-dirty prototyping to test (and communicate) user-interface ideas.


- Sketch a series of screens using your finger or a stylus.

- Link them together with hotspots.

- Hit "Play" and try out (or demo) your rough UI.

- Share your prototype as clickable HTML by email, Dropbox, etc.*


The goal of Quick Proto is to let you draw rough ideas as fast as possible - sketch, link, share, done.

Works on all screen sizes (phone, small tablets, big tablets). Better with a stylus, particularly the more accurate ones like the Samsung Galaxy Note or the Adonit Jot series.

This app is FREE and has NO ADS. I hope you find it a useful addition to your design toolkit. Feedback is very welcome; let me know how I can improve it to suit your workflow.

Permissions: Photo/media/files (external storage) - This is needed for sharing prototypes (see below).

* Sharing a prototype requires an SD card. Most recent devices include either an SD card slot or a "virtual" SD card (e.g. Samsung S3, Nexus 7, etc.), so this is probably only an issue on older Android devices.

Credits:
This app was developed using:
- Basic4Android by Anywhere Software. Thanks Erel!
- clsCheckList by Frédéric Leneuf-Magaud
- Archiver by Frédéric Leneuf-Magaud & Kamran Zafar
- AHQuickAction by Markus Stipp
- Dialogs by Andrew Graham
- Custom Toast by Margret
- Android Asset Studio (http://j.mp/androidassetstudio)

Recent changes:
- Move between pages with 2-finger swipe.
- Multiple undo.
- Ending play mode selects previous tool.
- Updated some icons.
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A Google User
Jan 4, 2015
Easy to use Nice for documenting basic app workflow and layout.
A Google User
Nov 6, 2014
Image import would be good. Thanks, great work.
A Google User
Sep 21, 2014
Waste of time This is just stupid. You don't even get colours and it's so boring. Such a waste of my time installing this terrible app.
A Google User
Jul 22, 2014
Love it, but can't see anywhere to add a bit of text - would be great if you can add a few details like that while still keeping it simple. Still a great app for creating a first prototype though - helped me reconsider a few design elements at an early stage..
A Google User
Jun 3, 2014
Quick and Easy On the go app idea sketching!