Adobe Proto was something I was introduced to a while back at an Adobe conference, and it has now finally hit the iPad, after seeing it in proto (no pun intended). I have not had a lot of praises of lately for Adobe, but this tool I must say is fantastic, from what was demoed a couple of months back. I'll write a more comprehensive review once I have a play around with it in the next few days, but I would suggest it's definitely worth the $10 to try out.
For those of you who haven not heard of this tool, it's essentially a really snappy tool for prototyping designs on your iPad, on the fly. It auto-generates latin content to fill sections with text, allows for quick wireframing and so-forth.
Sketch website and mobile app wireframe layouts with simple finger strokes on your tablet's touchscreen.
Insert interactive wireframe components from the component toolbox, including menus, tabs, accordions, and more, to quickly capture your design idea.
CSS grid system
Build your interactive wireframes using well-known CSS grid systems, or work freeform with a blank sheet.
Integration with Adobe Creative Cloud
Upload your files to Adobe Creative Cloud and then access them from your desktop for further work in Adobe Creative Suite® software, or to share with others.²