Prott Viewer for Android Instant App Launches πŸ“² πŸŽ‰

With all the buzz around Android Instant Apps being the new way for users to seamlessly run apps without installation, we had to see it for ourselves. So we upgraded our Prott Viewer app to make it easier than ever before for reviewers to preview and comment on prototypes. πŸ‘€ πŸ’¬

All it takes is a simple tap πŸ‘†βœ¨

Simply tap on the preview URL of the prototype and begin previewing and commenting right away. Easy peasy.πŸ‘Œ Get the feedback you need to brush up your prototype and take it to the next level. πŸš€ πŸ’ͺ

For more info, read our latest blog and to get started using Prott Viewer for Android's Instant App, refer here.

Download the latest versions of Prott for Mac & the Sketch Plugin πŸ™Œ

If you haven't already, download the latest version of Prott for Mac or the Sketch plugin from below πŸ’ͺ

Comment Feature Now Available in Prott Viewer for iOS πŸŽ‰

Hey iOS users!

Reviewers will now be able to comment from the Viewer app as well πŸ™Œ This means they'll be able to preview and comment at the same time meaning you'll get the feedback you need for your prototypes.

For more info, check out our help page and to read it about it more detail, check out our latest blog post here. #changelog

QR Code - The Newest Way to Begin Previewing Prototypes in the Viewer App πŸ“±πŸ‘€

Reviewers will now have not one, but two ways in which they can easily begin previewing prototypes in the Viewer app! Prototypes can be accessed via the preview URL or the project QR code!πŸ’ͺ

Here's how to get started:

  1. Share your project QR code with your reviewer.
  2. Have them install the Prott Viewer app - on iOS or Android (if they already haven't done so).
  3. Ask them to launch the Viewer app, tap the QR code scanner icon, and scan the QR code to begin previewing! πŸ™Œ #changelog

Prott for Mac Officially Launches! πŸ’» πŸŽ‰

We are thrilled to announce the newest addition to the Prott family, Prott for Mac! An app made especially for designers in mind, it allows you to:

  • Upload, link, and set your screen transitions at speeds like never before πŸš€
  • Sync your Sketch files with ease πŸ‘Œ
  • Have the flexibility to work offline πŸ™Œ
  • Preview your work in real-time with the sidekick app, Prott Mirror πŸ–₯ πŸ“±
  • Seamlessly upload prototypes made in the Mac app to your Prott for Web account πŸ‘

To learn how to get started, check out our help page and for more info, read our latest blog post πŸ‘ˆ

Comment Feature Now Available in Prott Viewer for Android πŸŽ‰

Hey Android users!

Reviewing prototypes in the Viewer app just got better! In addition to previewing prototypes seamlessly, you'll now be able to share your comments as well! πŸ™Œ

For more info, check out our help page.πŸ‘ˆ

Reviewing Prototypes in Prott Just Got Easier πŸ’ͺ

Here’s five new added functionalities that we’ve made to create a smoother reviewing experience in Prott for both you and your reviewer.

1. Anyone can now comment without creating a Prott account! πŸ™Œ

That's right! Anyone will now be able to comment on your prototypes right away once you've sent the preview URL to them. This means less hassle for those who just can't be bothered with creating an account. Simply send your URL and have them begin commenting away. πŸ–Š

2. Accept comments from reviewers in presentation mode πŸ™†πŸ»

To enable comments from your reviewers in presentation mode, simply check off 'Accept comments in presentation mode' under share settings or leave it unchecked if you only want them to view your work. πŸ˜‰

3. Leave anonymous feedback πŸ‘€

As part of commenting, reviewers will have the ability to leave anonymous feedback if they wish by leaving the name field blank when entering in their comments.

For more info, check the following details here.

4. Publish internal comments πŸ’¬

As an owner of the project, you'll have the ability to decide which comments to make public to your reviewers and which ones to keep hidden. πŸ™ˆ

5. View all of your screens at a glance πŸ‘€

Lastly, you'll now have the flexibility of viewing all of your screens at a glance in presentation mode making it easier to get to the screen you want! πŸ’ͺ

For more info, check the following details here.

With these added on improvements, we hope that it makes for an easier reviewing experience for both you and the reviewer! For more info, check out our blog post.

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Time Your Screens With the Timed Transition Feature ⏲️ πŸŽ‰

You can now set your screen to automatically move to the next one!

Perfect for when you want to:

  • Create a smooth loading effect
  • Display a slideshow of your screens transitioning automatically

Time screens and set transitions to create even more real-like apps and websites.πŸ‘Œ

Check out our latest blog post about the Timed Transition feature.

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Prott Viewer for iOS Is Now Available! πŸŽ‰

iOS users can now seamlessly preview prototypes created in Prott with the Prott Viewer for iOS.

Store as many prototypes as you want, all in one place, and view them offline whenever you'd like. πŸ—‚ πŸ‘€

Follow these 3 easy steps to get started:

  1. Download Prott Viewer for iOS.
  2. Tap on the preview URL that's been shared with you.
  3. The Prott Viewer app will open. Tap the play button to begin viewing!

To read more about the release, check out our latest blog post.

For Android users, download the Prott Viewer for Android. πŸ’ͺ

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Resolve comments and check unread ones directly from Prott for Android πŸ’¬

Here's a quick overview of the 3 new features that we've included in the latest Prott for Android release:

  1. You now can resolve comments straight from your Android device to keep things organized! Simply tap on the pinned comment and move the toggle bar to the right.

  2. To catch up on comments you may have missed, tap the pink comment icon from the screen list to go straight to the unread comment.

  3. Comments made on the screen will be pinned in sequential order to make it easier to locate.

For more info, refer to the [Android] comment feature page πŸ’ͺ

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