1.30 for iPhone, iPad

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Omber Description
Omber is a next-generation vector design app based on the latest diffusion gradient technology. Your creativity is no longer limited by having to work with solid color fills or simple gradients. Omber brings powerful soft shading tools to vector graphics. You can easily make dramatic color blends or subtle color transitions in Omber. Then, you can rescale, reshape, and recolor your art with no loss of detail.

Diffusion gradient technology allows Omber to reimagine the traditional vector graphics workflow. Instead of fills and strokes, Omber lets you combine shapes and lines into complex meshes that give you more flexibility in how you model your drawings.

Although the app is functional without purchase, you can purchase an annual subscription to help support Omber's development and to unlock additional, optional features of the app. If you purchase a subscription, the payment will be charged to your Apple ID account at the confirmation of purchase. The subscription automatically renews unless it is canceled at least 24 hours before the end of the subscription period. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the subscription period. You can manage and cancel your subscriptions by going to your account settings on the App Store after purchase. Terms of use can be found at

Download Omber today and discover a new, more powerful approach to vector graphics.
Omber 1.30 Update
2020-12-14 Version History
- Selection has been unified across all of Omber’s tools, so you can now select multiple shapes from different groups in the object list and modify them all at once
- It’s now possible to drag multiple shapes at once in the object list into new positions
- Fixed a hang problem with freehand curve drawing and made the amount of smoothing adjustable
- Curve handles will now snap to smooth and symmetric curve positions
- Holding down shift/multi while dragging smooth or symmetric curve handles will move the handles of other curves to maintain this smoothness
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