I’m going to go on the record and say that 95% of the apps available for the iPad are going to be drawing-related in some way. I’ve been inundated with requests to review these types of apps. One of the best ones that’s floated across my screen, though, is Adobe Ideas. It’s a free app, and is available right now in iTunes.
Adobe Ideas lets you sketch designs anywhere you happen to be. Forget carrying around a pad and pencil. You can sketch right on your iPad. You can also capture and store color themes while browsing through the photos on your phone.
Ideas is an ultra-simple doodling app, which lets you use your finger as a pencil to draw and color. This is perfect for kids who are bored on a long car trip even. Hand them the iPad and have them draw interesting things they see.
The app lets me change the size or opacity of the brush. There’s also a full palette of colors. As you draw, the app will smooth out rough spots left behind by your fingers as you draw.
This is a great little app that I think you’ll have hours of fun with. It will work well for people who like to dabble and play and those who are serious about their art.
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