Police Sketch App

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On first launch, PortraitPad offers you the option to work from a blank slate or choose a pre-set male or female portrait.

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Once the choice is made, the app transitions to the drawing pad that has access to your facial catalog running down the right side of the screen and a navigation menu button in the upper left corner that reveals several file options. The drawing area of the pad rests center screen with a few editing tools to fine-tune any facial feature you choose. The menu includes the standard new, open, save, save as options along with options to share or print your image, upgrade PortraitPad to the Pro Version ($19.99 annually) and the option to send the developer feedback and rate the app in the Windows 10 Store. The Pro Version of PortraitPad removes the ad support and increases your facial catalog from the 450 items of the free version to over 1,400 items. Speaking of catalog items, along with facial shapes, PortraitPad includes facial items such as hairstyle, eyes, eyebrows, mouths, noses, facial lines, hats, eyeglasses, mustaches, beards, scars and tattoos.

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As each item is added to your portrait, a thumbnail of that item is displayed along the left side of the drawing pad. Editing tools run along the right side of the drawing pad that allows you to reposition, reshape, adjust the opacity and brightness, flip and rotate the item. For example, if you need blonde hair you would use the brightness adjustment to lighten up the dark hair into the lighter blonde. If you need to fine-tune an item further, tap the thumbnail image of that item to edit it. Additional tools with PortraitPad include a delete button to remove an item, a set of special effects filters and a magnifying tool to zoom into your drawing. Filters include a pencil, stroke, charcoal, granit, watercolor and sepia effects. The user interface is simple to pick up on and works nicely with touch, mouse or touchpad controls. I would have liked some drawing tools to adjust the appearance of some of the items such as an eraser to remove sideburns on some of the hairstyles or to shorten eyebrows.

Police apps for future crime fighters

Lastly, I would like to see the option to save portraits in JPEG or PNG format. As is, PortraitPad saves images in a proprietary format that can only be opened with the PortraitPad app. You can get creative and export the image through the sharing option, but it would be nice to save it directly as a more openly accessible format. While there is room for improvement, what may be the biggest challenge for PortraitPad is the appeal factor the app holds. While you can create some interesting portraits with the Windows 10 app, the audience of PortraitPad may be a bit narrow. PortraitPad easily has an application for investigative or law enforcement uses. However, I can see the app being an easy way to create facial drawings for projects or fun party wanted posters (birthdays, anniversaries, etc.). PortraitPad is a different kind of Windows 10 app, and after tinkering with it over the past few days, it does offer a creative change of pace from your typical sketch app. Update: We just received word from the developer that while the "Save" and "Save As" options are restricted to the proprietary file format, you can use the "Save Image" option to save the portrait in .JPEG format.

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We may earn a commission for purchases using our links. Must-have app for all police officers and detectives.Have you ever wanted to be a police sketch artist?Well, now you can use the flashface app and create sketches ofcriminals or yourself and your friends.

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It provides a large number of each facial components including eyes, nose, mouth, hair, head,eyebrows, glasses, mustache, jaw and beard.- You can move and scale all face elements on the screen.- You can save the faces- You can load/open saved faces- You can export faces as JPEG imageCreate and save your own sketches and share them with your friends NOW!

  • This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.Bug fixes and update addressing crashes on startup.
  • Will not open on my phone.

Police apps for public safety

Stuck on “loading images” front page. Easy to use, but there is no ability to add age to the faces, there should be a wrinkle setting.

  • Also needs more hair options like a curly head of hair, dreadlocks, hats, ect..
  • You can only get the result of a young person through this app.

3. Smart Tools (Android, $2.50)

Don’t buy, not really worth it. The developer, Viktor Widiker, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

  • The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.
  • Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.
  • The Worcester (Mass.) police department recently unveiled a free police app to any resident of the city hoping to access police-related news, crime maps, social media alerts, a police scanner and the ability to submit an anonymous tip to the department.

After a bit of research, we found out that Worcester is just the latest in a long line of police departments across the country that are using mobile technology to help keep residents safe.

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Size
188.5 MB
Compatibility
iPhone
Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
iPad
Requires iPadOS 10.0 or later.
iPod touch
Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
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We wanted to jump on board. We’ve identified 33 police-related apps designed to help current officers do their jobs better and help future crime fighters learn the tricks of the trade.

Age Rating
12+ Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear ThemesInfrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive ThemesInfrequent/Mild Realistic ViolenceInfrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment InformationInfrequent/Mild Sexual Content and NudityInfrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy ViolenceInfrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
Price
Free
In-App Purchases
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