Chirashi is a simple application. Its document file contains only single page. Its canvas size corresponds to the paper size and orientation. The user chooses objects from a tool pop-up panel and lays them out on the canvas. There are 119 types of built-in drawing shapes, such as picture frames, animals, vehicles, foods, furnitures, music symbols, etc., in addition to basic shapes such as rectangles, circles, stars, and arrows.
Additionally, Chirashi is capable of generating EAN/UPC barcodes and QR Codes (two-dimensional barcodes). There are many good barcode-generator apps in the App Store, but this built-in functionality is very handy for users because, even after the barcode image is generated, users can see what is encoded in the image and change the content easily.
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