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Following up on my post from a few weeks ago, Sketch 3 was released yesterday. This video from Bohemian Coding provides a pretty comprehensive overview of the app, and it has a winning soundtrack, to boot.
Version 3’s debut also occasions a free episode of Rafael Conde’s SketchCasts that focuses on what’s new. And designer Jean-Marc Denis has an overview at Medium that includes several video clips demonstrating the new features.
The upgrade is US$49.95 from the Mac App Store.+