Adobe XD v51.0.12 Pre-Cracked (macOS) Download

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xve-tm27-mpm-ue-tg-dm5k-ifv6-qzf5-bgpdtm-150x150-8760464Adobe XD v51.0.12 Pre-Cracked is made for designers like you, by designers like us. It’s the fastest way to design, prototype, and share any user experience, from websites and mobile apps to voice interactions, and more.
Adobe XD reimagines the way designers create experiences with fast, intuitive tools that get you into your designs and get out of your way. Power up prototypes with voice. Automatically resize elements for different screens. Create amazing animations between artboards without timelines. It’s everything you need for what’s next in UX — and it’s only in XD.

Features :

  • Publish prototypes and get feedback
    Generate weblinks to your designs that you can share with others to get feedback. Or embed it into a web page, For example on Behance. Comments can be attached directly to the prototype or to specific components of your design. You will be notified as soon as a comment has been added. To see your changes, checkers simply need to reload the link in the browser.
  • Liquid working with drawing surfaces
    Whether you work with one or hundreds of workspaces, it does not matter: You can rely on the performance of XD. Create any number of designs for different screens and devices within a project. Pan and zoom without jerking or stuttering. Choose a template or define your own drawing area. Copy design elements between drawing faces while the layout is preserved.
  • Repeating grid
    Select an item in your design, Such as a contact list or a photo gallery, and duplicate it as often in the horizontal or vertical direction. All styles and distances are preserved. When you edit the item, the changes are applied to the entire design.
    Platform-wide support
  • Control panel “Elements”
    Colors and character formats are handy and reusable when you add them to the “Elements” panel (formerly “Symbols”). This panel also contains the icons. When you edit a color or format in the panel, the change is automatically performed throughout the document.
  • Next generation symbols
    Work with time-saving symbols. The ready-to-use design components make it unnecessary to search for and edit each instance of an item in a document. When you edit an instance, all other instances are automatically updated. Overwriting certain entities is also possible. The symbols can be vector graphics, raster images or text objects, which you can also use as objects within repeating screens.

How To Install?

  • Install the program from the given setup. (Open “Extra” folder for installer)
  • Start your free 7 days trial of the application.
  • Close the application completely.
  • Run the Adobe Zii application from within finder window. That should open up the patcher window.
  • It should ask you for root access when you run the patch. Allow it.
  • Boom! Now you can use the program without any interruptions.
  • That’s it, Enjoy now 😉


How to Crack and Install?

  1. Download Adobe XD v51.0.12
  2. Now install it on your program.
  3. After installation is complete, copy and paste the crack file
  4. Then paste it in an installation directory
  5. Done
  6. Enjoy full version

Adobe XD v51.0.12 Requirements

  • 2 GHz Processor
  • 2GB of RAM
  • HDD space 800MB
  • 670-MB installation space required
  • Windows XP, 7, 8, 8.1, and also 10
  • MAC OS X 10.8 or later.


  • Intuitive workspace and familiar key commands for Creative Cloud users
  • Excellent and easy team collaboration
  • Leading responsive design support
  • Robust tutorials and user community
  • Compatible with macOS and Windows


  • Not as many plug-ins as there are for Sketch

Can Your PC or Mac Run Adobe XD v51.0.12 Pre-Cracked?

Adobe XD v51.0.12 Pre-Cracked runs on both macOS and Microsoft Windows. Its main competitor, Sketch, is for macOS only. On either OS you get XD from the Creative Cloud Desktop app, which eases installation and updating, even though it means installing yet another program on your system. On Windows, you need a 64-bit PC running Windows 10 version 1909 or later with 4GB RAM. XD natively supports Windows pen and touch input. On macOS, you need version 10.15 (Catalina) or later with 4GB RAM, and it can run as a native Apple Silicon app.

Getting Started With Adobe XD

Once you’ve chosen a Creative Cloud subscription option, getting started with XD is a breeze. When you launch the program, the first thing you see is your home dashboard. A Learn button takes you to the Adobe Learn & Support website for the XD Step-by-Step Guide. There you can choose from several levels of learning, and off you go.

Augmenting the XD educational resources is a multitude of other demos and video tutorials on Adobe’s site, including access to past Adobe XD v51.0.12 Pre-Cracked sessions and Adobe Live streams where you can learn from pros as you watch them work on a project. You can also submit your questions in related forums.


On the home screen you see a choice of artboard presets in standard device viewport sizes, which you can use to begin a design. The screen also sports links to user interface kits, prototype links from your projects, and files that colleagues have shared with you.

Adobe has been stepping up and standardizing how you collaborate with colleagues and clients across all the Creative Cloud apps. This means that efficient sharing, feedback tracking, iterating, and publishing are all built in. Adobe reps told me that they would soon add the ability to share live in-app conversations with colleagues and clients. Additionally, XD supports team collaboration via Slack and Microsoft Teams.

Representative Workflow

Adobe XD v51.0.12 Pre-Cracked has three modes: Design, Prototype, and Share. As you might guess, you design and layout your pages, or screens, in Design mode. Drawing a hand sketch is a great way to begin any project, and it’s especially true for a design that involves figuring out information hierarchy and interrelationships, like a website:


After I’ve worked out a viable navigation and flow, I launch XD and create a low-fidelity prototype (aka wireframe) which is a tighter, cleaned-up version of the hand sketch—although still without the copy, photos, or color:


Following stakeholder approval of the lo-fi prototype, I add existing copy, branding, and imagery, and build a high-fidelity prototype to begin the design review and iteration cycle. Design mode is also where you specify scrolling parameters, responsiveness, repeat grids, and interactive (and micro-interactive) transitions, such as resting and hover states.

Depending on the sophistication of the client, I may also use this version as a working interactive prototype that looks and works like an actual website, complete with scrolling, working navigation and buttons, resting and hover states, and more. Below is a zoomed-out shot of the screen artboards just before prototyping.


Once stakeholders have signed off and provided final approval, it’s painless to generate and gather necessary files and CSS indications for transfer to a developer, so long as you’ve organized and built your XD file with mindful file housekeeping. It’s essential to chat with your developer both early on and throughout the process so you can synchronize best practices such as asset organization, design specs, and file-naming conventions. Even more critical is making certain your stellar design is buildable within the budget and the tech of platform they’re using.

Some interface designers note that Sketch has more design and illustration capability than XD. If you need to create or customize a graphic that’s more advanced than XD’s range, however, it’s fast and easy to pop into Illustrator, do the thing, then copy and paste your pixel-perfect graphic into XD. That’s only an option if your Creative Cloud subscription includes Illustrator; the standalone XD subscription does not.

Interactions and Prototyping

Creating an interactive prototype in XD is intuitive and strangely satisfying as you wire everything together with virtual rubber band connectors. While you are still in Design mode, you can define micro-interactions of your components, such as hover and trigger states (see the image below).


Move to Prototype mode to define transitions and interactions between artboards using XD’s auto-animate to visualize how your content moves between artboards. When defining your auto-animations, you can play around with Drag and Time triggers to create some impressive motion effects. The image below and the first screenshot above show examples of it.


Moving from Design to Prototype mode you see much the same interface as in the artboard screenshot above, except that the right-hand contextual Properties Inspector is now populated with interactivity rather than design attributes. Also, selections (now blue) in Prototype mode represent hot spots (clickable or tappable areas) rather than design elements.


Being able to define and validate the navigation mechanics and interactions, such as micro-interactions and animations between artboards, taps, and clicks, before development begins is an invaluable benefit of XD and other prototyping tools over pure design apps like Photoshop and Illustrator.

XD has no shortage of features that support prototyping modern interaction designs. Here are three notable ones:

First, Responsive Resize lets you see how your design and content will look across multiple devices in real time or manually. Note that the last time I looked at Sketch, it didn’t have an auto responsive reflow, but that company has since added a Smart Layout feature that can automatically resize symbols (components), though only on a local basis, not for responsive design on multiple screen and device sizes.

Second, Components—similar to symbols in other apps, including Illustrator—let you avoid duplicating your efforts when you need multiple versions of the same thing, like topics in a navigation header, or the header itself. Each copy of the component is an instance that you can assign multiple attributes for different situations, like the resting, hover, and click states of a button.

Third, Repeat Grid is a huge timesaver because it allows you to take a single graphic or group (say a photo, a price, and a name) and simply drag it in any direction to magically pull out a repeat grid of your original object(s). It’s a perfect facilitator for a grid of objects for sale or company headshots. Then just drop your group of photos and the grid populates and remains editable for further customizations.


Adobe XD v51.0.12 Pre-Cracked wins the UI/UX design tool tussle not only because of the boost it gets from integration with Creative Cloud apps, but also because of its responsive design tools.

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