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    Hi everyone,

    I’m happy to announce Zoom is now available in Spark Post on iOS ( If you don’t see the feature, make sure you manually update your app using the AppStore app.

    When nothing is selected, you can now pinch two fingers together to zoom in on small text and elements — making the selection and manipulation process much easier. While in the Zoom mode, you can also drag with one finger to pan and move around the canvas.

    Thanks everyone for your support and feedback! We’re working on adding the feature to Post Android and web soon.

    Happy Posting!

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    Adam commented  · 

    Once the phone has a small screen (and most of fast social posts are being made on mobile devices, I do it for my facebook, instagram on a daily basis) there is no possibility to:
    Make smaller objects and fonts
    Drag smaller objects and fonts
    Rotate smaller objects and fonts

    because there is no MAGNIFY option. Object are too small to set them on the canvas. It's ok when we do bigger objects. But if object is smaller than 1cm I cannot even drag it or choose. It becomes reshaped (becomes even smaller or is already rotated in a way I didn't want it to).

    I do not use a pen, and most of users don't use it either. I also use Spark desktop PC (web app actually in separate window that works even slower than direct web app within chrome window). There is the same problem. In order to lookup something, I have to change percentage in chrome view settings!!! This is horror.

    More: some features on PC, like SAVE, UPLOAD OWN FONT, are place too low. It hide behind the lower bar on Windows desktop. There is no scroll, so you cannot go down. What i do? Change chrome settings into smaller, ie. 80 or 60 percent.

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