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Google takes mobile design tool on Pixate
Pixate, the program allows mobile developers to quickly set up a prototype of an application, has been acquired by Google. In addition, the desktop application Pixate Studio, available immediately for free.
Pixate announced the news in a blog post on his website. With Pixate allows users without having to actually write code, create working prototypes of applications, which run directly on iOS and Android devices. Pixate also announces that the use of the Pixate Studio for Windows and OS X immediately become free, and that Pixate Cloud subscription converted 4.50 euro per developer per month will cost or 45 euros per developer per year.
Pixate received in 2012 and 2013 investments of Y Combinator, Accel Partners and Kickstarter. Despite Google’s acquisition continues Pixate exist as a stand-alone product. Google has, moreover, at the same time announced to Form, a similar program that allows iOS prototypes can be designed, an update has been incorporating the latest Material Design elements are processed. Google seems to want to make this so easy for developers to get their apps to display the Material Design appearance.
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