DevRocket v2 - iOS Photoshop Plugin

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DevRocket is an iOS development panel plug-in that provides Adobe Photoshop with additional iOS specific tools and functionalities that are designed to assist key areas in iOS app design for all iPhone models (including the iPhone 5) and all iPad models. A simplified solution to working between display resolutions, breaking down full ui designs into separate elements ready for Xcode and saving for the Retina display are just a few of the awesome features DevRocket brings to iOS designers currently using Photoshop.

Supports iPhone 3GS, 4, 5, 6, 6plus and all iPad generations.

Make sure you check out the DevRocket ad to see the plugin in acton, just click the live preview button above.

Watch DevRocket ad here: https://vimeo.com/groups/196103

DevRocket requires Photoshop CS5 or above (Mac & Windows).

If you need help getting up and running? drop by our support forum for additional help: http://support.uiparade.com/

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36 Comments

  1. Daniel Sanchez

     Watch icon sets missing!
    Just purchased this expecting to be able to generate Apple Watch icon sets from the icon template.
    Please add this functionality!

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Does DevRocket support the iPhone 5?

Yes, DevRocket supports all iOS devices.

What version of Photoshop is required to install DevRocket?

You can install and use DevRocket with Adobe CS5, CS6 and CC.

What operating system does DevRocket support?

DevRocket fully supports both OSX and Windows OS.

How many computers can I install my copy of DevRocket on?

You may install DevRocket on one computer per purchase license.

Are DevRocket updates free?

Yes, minor updates are free, for example 2.0 to 2.1.

Do you have a Demo version of DevRocket?

Not at the moment but maybe in the future.