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Ok, so don’t get me wrong, I absolutely love this app. It is a great way to pass time and calm stress. I have a few small complaints though. First of all, this thing drains my battery so fast that I can’t feel comfortable using it unless I have a reliable power source. I use it for 20 minutes and I go from 98% to 70% on a good day. It also heats my phone up really easily which isn’t that big of a deal but probably isn’t ideal. My second complaint is the addition of pop up adds. I could tolerate the adds playing before and after puzzles, but was it really necessary to make them start popping up while I’m coloring it? It just interrupts my experience and makes me want to play a different game. One thing I love is getting into a rhythm and being able to play automatically without much thought, and the pop up adds just ruin that because it forces me to break my concentration. As a final little criticism, the pixel count for the art made from personal pictures is terrible. They used to be pretty high and then they were changed to such a low pixel count that it’s not very useful anymore. In conclusion, the battery problem could use some improvement (though I can imagine that it isn’t an easy fix) and the adds need to be kept out of the puzzles while users are coloring. I would recommend this app to anyone who needs stress relief and is willing sacrifice their battery charge.
I do like this app a lot. It is very relaxing and almost zen-like to color the pictures. And I love that there are so many pictures to choose from and always more being added. BUT . . . the ads are pretty annoying. Mostly because there are so many. I get 1 every time I open a picture, whether it is marked Premium or not (so seriously, what is the difference between them?) and 1 every time I finish. Plus every time I just want to go back to the main menu, and then when I accidentally hit the done button in the middle of coloring, which is too easy to do. So if I do a bunch of simple ones in a row, I am watching just ad after ad. I understand you have to make money, but a minimum amount of time between ads would be great. And if you had a 1 time charge to get rid of ads, I would pay it in a heartbeat. I refuse to pay monthly subscriptions for any app. But my biggest complaint right now is about the latest update. Why did you change the way the pixels and the numbers look? I don’t like it at all! I miss the dark, thick lines between the cells, and just something about the way the colors are applied now. It’s just not as satisfying anymore. Please, please, please at least give us a menu option that allows us to pick which look we want. Also, an option to have it not color the cells I accidentally hit in error would be great too. It is distracting and bothers me for some reason. Overall, good app that would be great with a few updates.
I’ve devoted well over 100 hours to this app and colored every picture (along with about as many of my own photos.) I figured with this much time spent on it, I should go ahead and sign up for the premium subscription. I’ve been very happy so far but do have a few criticisms/ suggestions. First, increase the max resolution of the images you can make. I noticed that at some point, you decreased the highest difficulty setting to be fewer pixels. One thing I really love about this app is finding other images of pixel art online and coloring them in, but it doesn’t work if I can’t match the resolution of the original pixel art image. I’m much more limited now with the reduced difficulty range. Second, don’t show created images in the create an image tab. While I definitely want to be able to access images that I’ve previously created, it (understandably) takes a while to load that page for me and I don’t need to see it every time I go to create a new image. Third, add a limit to the number of previously created images that are saved and, once you’ve reached that limit, automatically delete the oldest image when you create a new one (unless you favorite an image or something.) Other than that, I love this app and, while I do think the price is steep and am looking forward to a different payment model, I don’t regret spending the almost $20 a month on it!
This game is really fun, and after looking around at it, I was glad to download it and was excited to see it finish installing. I have anxiety, and this helps with calming it a bit, which I’m thankful for. My only complaints would be that, to me, it almost always seems to be hard to color an original pixel art no matter what setting of difficulty you put it at and I would prefer it if you wouldn’t be able to color a tile the wrong color. Of course, I haven’t had the game that long, so I’m not sure if there is a setting that allows that or not, I was just mentioning it. Anyway, while playing, I had an idea that I thought was really great—it may take quite a bit of time, but I just wanted to put it out there in case you’re able to do it. I think it would be interesting to create your own pixel art picture and, if you want, publish it! Perhaps this could have its own tab, and anything that wouldn’t be appropriate could get flagged or pinned or something to be taken down or some other thing if anyone had ideas such as that, just to point out the problem. This could include taking a picture and making your own colors and being able to change the grid size, for the best way I figured to carry this out. I think it would be more difficult to draw it yourself, so... Thanks for reading the whole thing, and I hope you have a nice day!
I really liked the previous version better. This new update I’ve had for about a week. There are a few differences in the appearance of the pictures while painting by number that change the feel of the app. For example, the shades of the boxes for the different numbers isn’t as differentiated as it used to be. The boxes looked a little different and they seemed less... rigid? Modern? I’m not sure the word to use but it’s less relaxing now. Playing mostly at night after I put my kids to bed, I would turn off highlight cell, zoom out on my large screened iPhone and and click away until I was able to fall asleep. I was ADDICTED and finished pictures as they were added. The intricate ones of paintings, models/people and pretty cupcakes are always my favorite. Even my children enjoy it, I purchased them their own version on our family tablet so as to not deal with ads. But this update, I’m not liking it. And I don’t think I’ve gotten new pictures since the day after the update, where I believe it used to be updated daily or at least every couple of days. Thank you for providing so many free pictures. And I’m glad to see that we can watch videos to unlock pictures. I appreciate that, as it was an unavailable feature for a while. I also greatly enjoy I can take a picture with my camera or upload from my photos saved on my phone. Pictures with 25+ numbers are most enjoyable.
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Pixel Art - Color by Number is ranking in Games & Entertainment & Board & Puzzle
Last update was at Nov 21, 2019and the current version is 5.2.1.
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Pixel Art - Color by Number have a 418 892a user reviews.
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