Red Lines Tools Alternatives

    Red Lines Tools is described as 'This is a collection of tools created to help developers and designers build and inspect UI. But a lot of flexible settings make this app useful for a wide range of users' and is an app in the Development category. There are seven alternatives to Red Lines Tools for Mac and Windows. The best alternative is PixelSnap 2. It's not free, so if you're looking for a free alternative, you could try Designer Tools. Other great apps like Red Lines Tools are PixelSake (Paid), xScope (Paid), Ruler (Paid) and pXRay (Paid).

    This page was last updated Jul 29, 2019

    1. PixelSnap is an app for macOS that makes it easier for designers and web-developers to measure anything on their screens by just clicking and dragging around the cursor.
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    2. PixelSake is Windows App to measure distance any element image on screen. It's a tool to make Web Developer / Web Designer easier to measure things so they can save more times than just measure manually the screenshot with old way.
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      • Mac
      Created for designers by ARTIS Software & The Iconfactory, xScope is a powerful set of tools that are ideal for measuring, aligning and inspecting on-screen graphics and layouts.
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      • Windows
      Ruler is a lightweight tool for Windows. It allows you to measure the size and distance between elements on the screen in pixels. Features Create, layout and adjust custom marker boxes that float on top of all other on-screen elements.
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      • Mac
      pXRay is a powerful toolkit for on-screen graphics and layouts with Dimension Measure, Color Loupe, Alignment.
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    3. Designer Tools is intended to help designers and developers with routine work. It contains a loupe tool that helps you copy the color of any pixel on the screen.

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    4. Inspect your UI for colors, dimensions, angles, alignments, layouts across monitors! Do all this with a suite of tools: Lens, Ruler, Frame, Guide, Monocle and Crosshair.
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