At the moment, Sympli supports iOS, Android and Web projects (with more coming soon), and each platform lets you select multiple resolutions.

Resolution of the project in Sympli is based on the size of your mockup and means the baseline you created the mockup in.  Let’s look at an example:

If you’re working on an iOS app for the iPhone 6, you have the following options for artboard sizes: 

  1. 375x667, which stands for @1x in Sympli
  2. 750x1334, which stands for @2x in Sympli
  3. and 1125x2001, which stands for @3x in Sympli.

Sketch

In Sketch, if you use standard artboard templates, always choose @1x(mdpi for Android projects).

Photoshop

 In Photoshop, the standart artboard templates are in @2x(xhdpi for Android) baseline, so choose corresponding project resolution in Sympli. But we really encourage you to practice designing at @1x, as it's more flexible approach. 

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