Linearity Curve Graphic Design

Linearity Curve Graphic Design for PC and Mac

Published by Linearity GmbH on 2023-12-01

  • Compatibility: Available on Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 7 & MacOS 10, 11, 13.0
  • Category: Graphics & Design
  • Licence: Free
  • Software version: 5.2.6
  • File size: 184.82 MB

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Linearity Curve Graphic Design Overview

What is Linearity Curve Graphic Design? Vectornator is a vector graphic design software that allows users to create sophisticated illustrations, interfaces, designs, and layouts using powerful tools and advanced features. It has a revolutionary card user interface that is built for touch and precision. The app offers features such as Pen, Node, Brush, and Shape tools, advanced vector operations, typography tool, Auto Trace feature, Photography and Sketch modes, Brush Tool, iCloud Sync, Iconator library, Color Picker, and more. It is compatible with Adobe Illustrator and Creative Cloud, and supports a wide range of import and export options. Vectornator is optimized for iPad Pro and Apple Pencil, and supports digital input devices. The app is recommended for use on iPad Air 2, iPad Pro models, and iPhone 6s and later for optimal performance. Users can contact the support team for questions, feedback, or ideas.


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Linearity Curve Graphic Design Features and Description

1. It combines all the powerful tools, advanced features, and high performance that desktop apps offer with a revolutionary card user interface that is built for the touch of your finger and the precision of your pencil.

2. Create sophisticated illustrations, interfaces, beautiful designs, and amazing layouts — all in one super powerful tool.

3. Vectornator doesn’t look or feel like any graphic design tool you’ve ever used before.

4. Vectornator is an intuitive vector graphic design software that empowers you to design anything you can imagine.

5. For optimal performance, we recommend using Vectornator on iPad Air 2, iPad Pro models, and iPhone 6s and later.

6. • Automatically turn bitmap images into vectors with our powerful Auto Trace feature.

7. Also follow us on Twitter @vectornator, Instagram @vectornator, and like our Vectornator Facebook page.

8. • Brush Tool enables you to paint fluid shapes with vectors.

9. • iCloud Sync keeps your files updated across all your devices.


  • - Ability to have multiple art boards open
  • - Ability to import SVG files
  • - Intuitive UI
  • - No ads
  • - Highly optimized
  • - Gorgeous design

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Installation Requirements

PC Compactibility/Requirements for Installation

Compactible OS list:
  1. Windows 11
  2. Windows 10
  3. Windows 8.1
  4. Windows 7
  5. Windows Vista

Requirements for MacOS Installation

Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.

Compactible OS list:
  1. macOS Ventura: 13.3
  2. macOS Monterey: 12.6.4
  3. macOS Big Sur: 11.7.5
  4. macOS Catalina: 10.15
  5. macOS Mojave: 10.14
  6. macOS High Sierra: 10.13


Linearity Curve Graphic Design - Is it safe to download?

Yes. The app is 100 percent (100%) safe to download and Install. Our download links are from safe sources and are frequently virus scanned to protect you

Software Reviews and Criticism

  • By brbatz

    Fantastic app for teaching

    I am using Vectornator to teach basic graphic design to a small high school class. We were very lucky to get access to a small class set of Microsoft Pencils and iPads. Since I am not a professional designer, I was worried about finding a program that I could learn in order to teach, and that the students would really enjoy creating with while they learned. Vectornator is simply amazing! It has succeeded far beyond what I hoped for. The students can do so much with the app, and get really professional-looking results. They are totally engaged for the entire class period. Their skills are increasing daily. But most of all, I think they’re having fun! This is the most fun teaching I’ve had in a while too. I have used the app for a school logo I was asked to create, and I was extremely pleased with the results. I know I’m going on and on, but truly - it has been a wonderful teaching experience. I highly recommend Vectornator for beginners and education - it’s user-friendly enough for the classroom, but advanced enough to get great-looking results. Thank you Vectornator!!

  • By Stuartprewitt

    This has saved me thousands of $$$

    I have a small, new business (lavender farm and essential oil based products) and we are constantly making new products/tweaking recipes as we grow. Having this app and learning how to create PNG’s for our labels has saved me so much money. Being able to change a design on my iPad, upload directly to Google drive and print on my label printer has been one the main reasons for my success. My designs are always fresh, up to date, and I can change directions on a dime thanks to Vectornator. It’s intuitive, has loads of features and is an all around great app. Oh, did I mention it’s free?! I promise I’m not paid to say this, but even if they charged for the app, I would pay it and be happy to do so! There are a few things that annoy me sometimes...but i can’t remember them right now. 😂 Nothing is perfect, but Vectornator is darn near close to it.

  • By Cforcalvin

    Wonderful design tool

    As a professional designer / illustrator, yes we all agree it’s important that design tools are robust with features- but sadly too many products still lack the user delight aspect. It’s a godsend that some companies are willing to put work into a pleasant environment. We sit in front of these tools all day, so it’s great when these tools are fun to use, delightful to stare at, at the same time giving you a good amount of features to complete your projects. There are probably plenty of other pros that will whine about the lack of feature set compared to other iPad apps, so I’m not going to get into lengthy comparisons. All I’ll say is this: since my first iPad, I’ve used a competitor that is almost as robust as Adobe Illustrator and I’ve been relying on it until now. Sadly, it’s also as depressing to use as Illustator. I think tools that are both useful and a pleasure to use, are vital.

  • By Cabunass

    What I’ve been looking for!

    I’ve had my iPad Pro for 3 years and finally discovered an alternative to adobe illustrator that works well enough with my Microsoft Pencil to actually get work done. Intuitive for anyone who has used illustrator, this app is cleanly designed and easy to use. I’m very impressed with its performance and simplicity, so much that I think I can get detailed work done! One thing I’d request in future versions is art boards. Within the pen tool (thank you for prioritizing bezier pen functionality!), adobe illustrator allows the user to hold the space bar to translate the current entity while drawing the next point in the path. Is this function already here somehow? Anyway, this is a very impressive tool I will be using extensively. Thank you to the developer for your work on this!

  • By Unbiased_Observer

    Love it.

    I just found this app about 2 months ago and love it. The ability to have multiple art boards open is a huge benefit over Inkscape. I just custom made two fonts (two versions of two fonts) over the past two weeks. This was because the font making program was not easy to use but could import SVG files for the fonts. Had about 300 art boards open at one time for about 150 characters. Unfortunately i want to embed the fonts and may need to use Word which does not play nice with SVG files. Looking for a workaround now. I just read the review from 6 months ago who said this was too complex. I disagree 100%. It took me a day to figure out to unclick the fill and only use the stroke to quickly create shapes and lines like I used to do in MS word. After that it was very intuitive and very powerful. In addition to making fonts, I made a coat of arms. Will also start making clip arts for books. I am looking on how to animate the files. But I think I may have to create and export images to Procreate to animate. Or just create in Procreate.

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