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Abstract vs Pixelapse: What are the differences?

Developers describe Abstract as "A platform for modern design teams to work together". Abstract builds upon and extends the stable technology of Git to host and manage your work. On the other hand, Pixelapse is detailed as "Visual Version Control for Designers". Pixelapse Is Where Your Designs Live Version Control + Backup + Collaboration.

Abstract and Pixelapse can be primarily classified as "Visual Version Control" tools.

Some of the features offered by Abstract are:

  • version control
  • commenting
  • annotation

On the other hand, Pixelapse provides the following key features:

  • Automatic Version Control & Backup
  • 50 File Formats and Counting...
  • Multi-page File Support
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    What is Abstract?

    Abstract builds upon and extends the stable technology of Git to host and manage your work.

    What is Pixelapse?

    Pixelapse Is Where Your Designs Live Version Control + Backup + Collaboration

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