WTHEY? I'll do the 'cons' first so you don't waste your money: Book naming doesn't work - can't save your writing or drawings - author tries to discourage people from writing bad reviews - can't choose all tools present - can't choose all patterns displayed - no pro version available. PRO'S: really cool idea - partially developed idea - allows you to practice (but not save your work). SUGGESTIONS: buy Sketchbook Mobile instead or a free drawings/paint app - don't waste your time or money on this app. 5 stars if...
Not bad Closest thing to iOS's Paper. Would like to see better resolution on strokes. They're very segmented. And I guess you're coming from iOS but here in android land the back button is kind of a big deal. It should back you out a step in the UI, but your app just exits when you press back. At the very least catch this and throw up a dialog. I'm constantly exciting your app for no reason.
Great, but not flawless. Color palette and tools are only mm from home, back and multitask button, accidently hitting those closes the app and deletes any unsaved progress. When in the options menu you can't see the top or bottom of the image making it cumbersome to use the undo tool for those areas. Color matching tool doesnt work for all brushes and stroke forms. I use a Nexus 10 Tablet.
Pretty sh*t Thought this was going to be a good app but its actually pretty sh*t and boring I would rather draw with a ink pen and paper instead of using this stupid app. Got bored of the tools too quickly and it wasnt worth the money.
Great but needs work This is a close fit to Paper53, but needs to sort out some things if it intends to make it on this market. Naming journals doesn't work, the final saved picture resolution is low and has artifacts, and it limits you to three layers that can't be rearranged. Jeremie, please listen to your customer base, this is a good app but it can be better. Don't leave this great idea undeveloped.
It's Like Paper 53 I have been looking for an app that functions like a moleskin notebook and this is the best I've found. I would give 5 stars if orientation worked, my case holds my tablet "upside down" while laying flat. There really isn't an excuse for that. Also, the Android "back" button exits the app instead of going back out to the current notebook or to the home screen. It really should conform to what the button does most all of Android and apps. Edit: After using the app for a bit, I am annoyed that the two finger scroll gesture actually "paints" a dot where the first finger touched. If you try to "undo" this, it undoes the dot and the other last action you did. Also naming books is very inelegant. I seriously would pay much more for this app if these issues were addressed since I haven't found anything like it on the Play store.
- Fixed bug with zoom and unwanted strokes
- Changed the current first layer to the top one