We want to help you get the most out of Procreate Pocket. Find answers to your questions with these advanced settings and helpful resources.
Adjust advanced Procreate Pocket settings under the hood in the iPhone Settings app.
You can adjust most settings from inside Procreate Pocket. Some settings are fundamental to how Procreate Pocket’s touch responses interact with iOS. To adjust these you need to head to the iOS setting for Procreate Pocket. Tap Modify > Actions > Help > Advanced Settings to go to iOS Settings. From here you can adjust these core functions.
Toggle which iOS apps Procreate Pocket can access.
Allow or deny Procreate Pocket access to Photos app, Bluetooth, the inbuilt camera, Siri, and Document Storage.
Some of these permissions are important to Procreate Pocket’s functionality. For example, you will not be able to import an image into Procreate Pocket from Photos without allowing access. You can toggle access off and on anytime in Advanced Settings.
Document Storage determines where Procreate Pocket stores backups of your Procreate Pocket artworks. If you store your files On My iPhone they will not be available on other devices. Select iCloud Drive to store your artwork in the cloud. iCloud allows simple file sharing between all your Apple devices.
Tweak basic Procreate Pocket functionality.
Rotate with Pinch Zoom
Switch this on to make rotating while pinch zooming possible in Procreate Pocket.
Canvas Orientation Memory
Switch this on to make Procreate Pocket remember which way you left your canvas oriented.
Fit Canvas Inside Interface
Toggle whether you prefer your canvas to be overlaid by Procreate Pocket’s interface or to fit inside it.
Palm Support™ level
With Palm Support™ you can draw with your palm resting on the screen. Procreate Pocket will ignore your hand and register only your deliberate brushstrokes. Palm Support can be disabled altogether. Or, switch it to Standard (suitable for larger hands), or Fine (perfect for smaller hands).
This toggle turns Time-lapse Video recording for your creations on or off.
Toggle whether Undo remembers steps within modes separately, or combined them into a single step. An example of this would be if you perform a series of Transformations on selected content. If you then commit those transformations, Procreate Pocket can remember every individual step of the process. Or, it can also remember only the outcome of the transformation.
Simplified Undos are on by default. This means Procreate Pocket doesn’t remember individual steps within a mode. It also means Procreate Pocket has the space remember more Undo steps. This allows you to reach further back over the creation of your work when performing Undo.
Support and Community
Access video tutorials and send questions to Customer Support. Create a Procreate Folio to share your work, and send us your feedback.
Explore our FAQs, ask the community on the Forums, or contact our helpful Support team.
The Procreate Support page offers several options to help you find the answers you need.
Start with a visit to Procreate’s searchable Frequently Asked Questions. If your query isn’t answered there, try the Help & Support section of the Forums for the information you need. If you’re still stuck, our friendly Support team is here to help you out.
Tap Actions > Help > Customer Support to reach a landing page for all your support needs.
Join a vibrant community of Procreate artists. Reach out and share your creations with the world.
The Procreate Showcase is an online gallery of artworks created in Procreate. Artists gather to share, like and comment. This is the perfect spot to find inspiration in the community’s creativity.
To join Procreate’s art community and build your online portfolio, tap Modify > Actions > Help > Procreate Folio.
Leave a Review
Tell us what you think with an App Store review.
If you’ve ever wanted to share your thoughts with us, leaving a review is a great way to show support.
Tap Modify > Actions > Help > Leave a review to jump to the App Store. We love hearing from you!