OmniGraffle 3

OmniGraffle 3

By The Omni Group

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2017-07-12
  • Current Version: 3.7
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 366.96 MB
  • Developer: The Omni Group
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 11.3
Score: 3
From 53 Ratings


Design, create, sketch, and diagram. An incredibly powerful app for both beginners and professionals. Start the 2-week trial now. Create quick, beautiful, and portable charts, graphics, designs, mockups, and more. Use your iPad and iPhone screen as your paper, canvas, and whiteboard—all in one. It comes with thousands of searchable objects via Stenciltown, like server racks, space planning stencils, iconography, and more. OmniGraffle provides a thoughtful, professional interface for creating everything from basic wireframes to polished interface sketches, tools to construct SVG graphics for your next website, or designing the layout for your next hundred-server project. Sync all of your documents as you make changes using OmniPresence, our open source sync technology. Need extra security? Use your own server. A thoughtful sketch or professional diagram communicates far better than words. When you need a clear understanding of how information needs to be presented or how processes are carried out, OmniGraffle 3 for iOS is the tool to help you organize your thoughts visually, document them beautifully, and communicate them to the world. OmniGraffle 3 has features and functionality you won’t find anywhere else, and it behaves exactly how you’d expect an iPad and iPhone app should with multitouch gestures, Share Sheet integration, and more. NEW IN 3: - Redesigned interface to make common tasks readily available. - Canvas Size Modes: choose between Fixed, Flexible, or Infinite. - Cross-Platform Automation with JavaScript - SVG Import - Unified Sidebar List of Canvases, Layers, and Objects - Group Visibility - Artboards and Artboard Layers (PRO) - App Lock - Hot Keys for Tools - Convert Text to Shape (PRO) - Zoom to Object, Scroll to Selection PRO features (in-app purchase): - Visio Import and Export - Blending Modes & Fill Effects - Artboards and Artboard Layers - Shared Layers - Shape Combinations - Shape Tables - Automation Plug-Ins and Actions STANDARD features (in-app purchase) include: - Layers - Grids - Automatic Layout - Unit Scaling - Shape Recognition - Bézier Lines & Shapes - Point Editing - Full Screen Split View - Smart Guides - Free Stencils via — search and download on the web or in the app - OmniOutliner Import & Export - Freehand Sketch - Automatic Diagram Layout - Create Multi-Page (canvas) documents - Share pages quickly with PNG, PDF Export - Wrap text within custom shapes - Quickly change a shape’s style with the Style Inspector - Save Documents to Photos



  • Copy and Paste Doesn’t Work

    By 1uis
    Compared to Mac version, this is crap. I love the Mac version but on iOS version, something as simple as copy and paste doesn’t work — very disappointing!
  • Unexpected Awesome

    By Spinneberg
    July 27, 2018, I just have to say two thumbs for using inclusive design in the App Store video previews. Captions, Audio Descriptions, and the use of Touch Accommodations made the video inclusive. Super Awesome!
  • Wonderful app with desktop power

    By cbarrick
    Omnigroup has done an amazing job of bringing Mac desktop power to the iPad. Works amazingly well with the Apple Pencil too.
  • Stability Issues

    By Paluchador
    Seems like a very robust version of OmniGraffle, but it closes my document constantly. Should have waited before upgrading to Pro.
  • Omni takes pride in their apps

    By font9b
    It is nearly feature parity with OmniGraffle for Mac. That’s incredible. The interactions are well thought out for this new iPad interaction paradigm. While not as efficient for drawing as on a Mac, the fact that I can go between the two, sharing the between my platforms in the cloud is amazing.
  • Not at all loving that they killed prior versions

    By Leigh2323
    Fifty something bucks was a lot to spend on an iPad app in the first place. That they kill off the old versions and make you have to buy upgrades is a non-starter I get that omnigroup is one of the few independent OS X/ iOS software houses left, and that they have to make enough money to stay in business. But they have got to figure out a different way to monetize their mobile apps. Maybe try a subscription model guys, because nobody expects to have to pay for app upgrades on iOS, at any price point. And certainly not at 50-100 bucks. You might sell more licenses at 10 bucks a year.
  • Convoluted money grab

    By Dwayne from Pinpoint
    Spent $79 for this app, that’s a lot for an iPad app. Now they’ve “updated” and I’m back to a free version that won’t let me do anything. Have tried to get the upgrade price, it fails. Have tried to restore purchases, it fails. Basically, if you want to pay for this app, decide if it’d be more fun to burn that money in your back yard, or give it to the OmniGroup. It’s basically the same thing, but you don’t get to watch it actually burn if you give it to them. Note: this review comes from someone that’s been an OmniGroup customer for 15ish years. I’ve advocated for them, bought countless licenses for my business and have been a loyal customer...until today.
  • 3.0 won’t work on pro

    By rubberneck67
    Just doesn’t want to work on my iPad Pro. Why?
  • Nice but crashes often

    By walk4health
    I’m running the latest iOS 11.1 on an iPad Pro 9.7 creating a simple process flow diagram, and OmniGraffle has crashed on me at least 20 times. Restarting iPad did not improve the instability issues. It’s a nice, highly polished app, but I’m hoping they can improve stability. It’s just too aggravating at this point to try to use it with the constant crashing.
  • No to 3

    By Soreal
    I’ve been using all of the Omni products, both Mac and IOS since the beginning. Ofocus, OOutiner and Ograffle have been my go-to and most recommended apps. I absolutely hate version 3 of OmniGraffle. It’s non-intuitive and unusable. Half my time now is spent trying to figure out where something is or how to do something that was super simple in the past. It’s a fail.