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New update of Justinmind's wireframe tool: Justinmind Prototyper 4.2

The next 27th of April, we’ll upgrade Justinmind Prototyper to new 4.2 version. This new enhanced version of our wireframe tool is more powerful and easy-to-use than ever. Here are some of the new features:

Fully compatible for mobile devices
With the explosion of mobile applications, Justinmind could not miss the opportunity to improve its mobile wireframe features. Not only do we offer free widgets libraries for iPhone, iPad, Blackberry and Android, but now mobile app prototypes made with Justinmind Prototyper can be seen and used on any mobile device just like the final application.

Apply template style in a click
Now if you change one of your component’s design, you can spread the change to all the other components in a click.

Fully compatible with Excel, Word and OpenOffice
The new text table component is fully compatible with Excel, Word or OpenOffice. You can import and export any content, data, table from any of these from or to Justinmind Prototyper and the content will be copied seamlessly.

New padding feature for demanding designer
We’ve just developed a new padding feature for all components so that you can design pixel-perfect wireframes.

New interface
We also decided to improve our interface with brand new, more user-friendly icons.

Help upgraded
In an effort to best serve our users, we’ve wrote up a new, clearer help document. We’ve written this new document after carefully gathering users’ feedback and we hope you’ll find answers to your questions.

Fixed bugs
In this update, many bugs were also addressed:
– HTML generation has been improved
– No more distorted images
– Mac version is now more performant than ever

We hope you’ll make the most of all these new features as we’re continuously developing the product for it to be powerful yet easy-to-use.

Victor is the Product Manager at Justinmind. His specialties include business analysis, usability, requirements management and prototyping. When not busy doing that he is known to eat or sleep.