Scenery
Scenery
1.0.2

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Scenery free download for Mac

Scenery

1.0.2
06 April 2015

Showcase your designs with premium mockup templates.

Overview

Scenery lets you choose from dozens of authentic scenes and all the latest devices to instantly create mockups for your presentations or marketing.

Choose from dozens of authentic scenes and all the latest devices to instantly create mockups for your presentations or marketing. Neutral shots of actual devices that enable you to communicate your app, no matter your audience. No Photoshop needed: Just drop your screenshot and see your designs on iPhones, iPads, Android phones and tablets, laptops and desktop computers.

One easy license:
  • Ok for commercial usage
  • Unlimited web + print use
  • Unrestricted license
  • Never expires
  • Free preview versions

Note: While the app is free and comes with a limited starter pack of content, additional templates must be purchased, starting at $15. View pricing and additional content within the app.

What's new in Scenery

Version 1.0.2: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

1 Scenery Reviews

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MacUpdate-Ishaq
13 April 2015

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Scenery is a wonderful tool for developers that are trying to showcase their work in its best possible light. Designing and developing a distinguished application is an endlessly challenging task – no app will replace the ingenuity demonstrated by the countless developers that have their work listed on MacUpdate, for example. But with help from the folks over at Unsigned Integer, distinguishing your hard work has become easier than you think. Scenery's premium device photography gives your apps context and sophistication through a mindlessly simple drag-and-drop interface. Drag a screenshot onto the app and previews of your screenshot on any number of popular devices, ranging from iOS to Mac to Android, are generated instantly. All you pay for in Scenery are template packages that range in price - at the time of this writing, the cheapest was $15 and the most expensive, $60. With a royalty-free license agreement, you buy a template package once and can use the photos with your screenshots in place to no end. For a serious developer, this feels like a no-brainer. Unless you are equipped to stage and light photos in as elegant a manner as Scenery has demonstrated, there is no reason not to use Scenery's compositions. And even if you could shoot these device photos yourself, Scenery eliminates the painstaking process of simulating device screens through tedious skewing adjustments in an image editor. There is no easier way to display your apps this nicely. The only drawback to the application is unfair to even point out – naturally, it's that, after seeing what they have to offer, you'll think of a device photo context a little better suited to what you're offering. And yet Unsigned Integer is hard at work preemptively addressing this issue, as they intend to continue to release new themes and set new discounts as they continue to develop Scenery. What Scenery offers is an afterthought for most developers. Sure, it won't disguise a poor app, so by all means, spend your time developing and refining your app. But as a pure value proposition, Scenery offers a truly remarkable return at an effectively negligible price, when all is considered.
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Version 1.0.2
MacUpdate-Ishaq
13 April 2015
Scenery is a wonderful tool for developers that are trying to showcase their work in its best possible light. Designing and developing a distinguished application is an endlessly challenging task – no app will replace the ingenuity demonstrated by the countless developers that have their work listed on MacUpdate, for example. But with help from the folks over at Unsigned Integer, distinguishing your hard work has become easier than you think. Scenery's premium device photography gives your apps context and sophistication through a mindlessly simple drag-and-drop interface. Drag a screenshot onto the app and previews of your screenshot on any number of popular devices, ranging from iOS to Mac to Android, are generated instantly. All you pay for in Scenery are template packages that range in price - at the time of this writing, the cheapest was $15 and the most expensive, $60. With a royalty-free license agreement, you buy a template package once and can use the photos with your screenshots in place to no end. For a serious developer, this feels like a no-brainer. Unless you are equipped to stage and light photos in as elegant a manner as Scenery has demonstrated, there is no reason not to use Scenery's compositions. And even if you could shoot these device photos yourself, Scenery eliminates the painstaking process of simulating device screens through tedious skewing adjustments in an image editor. There is no easier way to display your apps this nicely. The only drawback to the application is unfair to even point out – naturally, it's that, after seeing what they have to offer, you'll think of a device photo context a little better suited to what you're offering. And yet Unsigned Integer is hard at work preemptively addressing this issue, as they intend to continue to release new themes and set new discounts as they continue to develop Scenery. What Scenery offers is an afterthought for most developers. Sure, it won't disguise a poor app, so by all means, spend your time developing and refining your app. But as a pure value proposition, Scenery offers a truly remarkable return at an effectively negligible price, when all is considered.
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Version 1.0.2
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App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.10.0 or later
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