Top 4 Pixate alternatives

Last updated: July 22, 2015
Pixate
Pixate empowers you to create sophisticated animations and interactions that come to life through 100% real, native iOS and Android prototypes—from design to prototype, without the code. With Pixate, building prototypes is simple and visual. No complex animation frameworks. No clunky simulation tools. Simply an intuitive design tool that empowers you to communicate and iterate ideas seamlessly and visually.

The best Pixate alternatives:



Origami



Framer



Axure



InVision





Latest news about Pixate


2015. Google acquired mobile app prototyping service Pixate



Google has acquired mobile app prototyping tool Pixate. According to Google, the Pixate team will fit right into what the Design team is doing: developing new design and prototyping tools, including Form 1.3. Google’s evolving design chops have been on display for the past few years, but it seems like people are just now noticing. The company had previously launched a few tiers of their service, focusing completely on prototyping, but promising at some point to get into “developer handoff” to improve the workflow from designer to the development team. Pixate will continue as a standalone product without any interruption to the service or support.




2014. Pixate launches mobile app prototyping and animation service for designers



Startup Pixate is opening the doors to its visual prototyping service today after a long private and public beta phase. With Pixate, designers can create and test 100% native prototypes that allow them to experiment with complex interactions, gestures, animations and transitions right on the device. All of the work is done in the browser, but the prototype runs natively on the device and designers can see their updates on the devices in real-time (you can see both the iOS and Android app simultaneously). Access to Pixate costs $10 per user and month for the basic Personal Edition. There is also a Team Edition and an enterprise plan will launch soon.