REVIEW: App Cooker app for iPad

iOS developer Tammy Coron reviews this new tool, which lets you design, conceptualize and prototype iOS apps on your iPad.

Our Verdict

A great addition to your iPad productivity arsenal. Don’t let the price tag scare you away.

For

  • Beautiful, intuitive design
  • Being able to design on-the-go
  • Having the ability to see your design, on the device, as you create it
  • Actively being developed by its creators

Against

  • Still a little young, in development terms
  • Some small bugs, but no show stoppers

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App Cooker is a rapid prototyping tool that runs on your iPad. And, let’s be honest… what better way to design an iOS app than to do so on an iOS device? With App Cooker, you can design and create interactive prototypes that can then be shared using a variety of options, including Dropbox. Its functionality is split into six key areas: Idea, Mockup, Icon, Info, Pricing, and Sharing. Here I'll take a look at each of those in turn...

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The Verdict
5

out of 10

App Cooker

A great addition to your iPad productivity arsenal. Don’t let the price tag scare you away.

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