By the way, I have just proudly received a trophy from a real pixel artist who uses IsoPix Pro! Look:
It is not a very big trophy but it means a lot to me. In fact, pixel art images are small in general. Being able to fit in subtle details with a limited number of pixels is definitively an art talent. This is one of the reasons why I love pixel art so much. Let me use IsoPix to zoom in to this lovely trophy a little bit closer just to observe its magnificent details:
Wow. I just love it. Thank you so much, PixelGeek!
One more thing, IsoPix has been reviewed by a German Android website Androidmag. That website seems pretty big in the German Android community and I am pleased to have gotten 4 stars out of 5 with IsoPix. Thanks for the kind review Androidmag!
I also sincerely thank all of you who rated/reviewed IsoPix in the market. No matter how many stars you gave, your feedback is very valuable to me. (of course, I must admit that I love all those very kind 5-star ratings :D)
Finally, the full changelog for IsoPix 1.2.0 is as follows. Have fun!
- New feature: Transparent image background support
- New feature: Portrait screen orientation/rotation support
- New feature: Added single-finger pan/zoom buttons for devices without multi-touch support (optional)
- Now the line/shape tool menu lists the tools in two rows
- Now the last used tab in the color picking dialog will be remembered and reopened at the next launch
- Now the last used image background color will be properly remembered
- Updated the instruction
- Fixed a potential color distortion problem in the color picking dialog on some devices when hardware acceleration is enabled
- Fixed a potential error