Review from TheN H
Absolutely Perfect One of the best interfaces I'v seen on a Android drawing program before. Looks just like something you'd expect on a Desktop program, not a app. Has all the features I need, exactly what I was looking for.
Great vector draw system, buggy everything else. Can't export, can't save, can't adjust strokes or even add them as the work space slides in every direction but up and the stroke options are below my usable screen. Had high hopes for the software...Hopes dashed
Great app! However it seems to work slow on my Samsung Galaxy art tablet 😫 the app laaggss. There is no way I can produce quick vector work if this app keeps lagging on my fairly new tablet 💔
Good App , But I Can't Import a image :( , Any Type Image Can't Import It Says - Unexpected Token D In JSON at position 0
Cluttered user interface and control issues. Controls frequently lock up and require app restart. Features like opacity controls are missing. Other features are paywalled.
This is hands down the BEST vector illustration / SVG app out there. More importantly it is the absolute best cross platform app I can get an entire team or class using in minutes. I have tried all of them, paid and free and while Inker is still in development buying it now is absolutely worth it for the intuitive interface alone. That being said you should see the list of upgrades and improvements Alexander is working on which will all be active when the paid version updates. So if you use your phone, tablet, and desktop like I do and need to get professional work done for games and e-books that leverage SVG you are wasting your already thin margins on other software. ....whether you are wasting money on Adobe or wasting time on Inkscape.....or I could literally list a dozen others that fall into either of those categories...or BOTH! I am not exaggerating when I say I have hated vector work for years even with my workflows streamlined over weeks or months on a project. It's as if vector app programmers excel at convoluted multi-step time wasting. I have literally had to go to CAD packages for faster and more accurate results and prototyping on some occasions. At most now I pull in an Inker exported SVG into Inkscape for some print layout or a special tweak, but my shaping, coloring, and layer work is 100% on Inker now. Don't forget to use the right-click button on your wacom pen for all the features. To keep the interface clean Alexander had to de-clutter the buttons and the only learning curve I have noticed is folks searching for the stroke color and stroke size. I think press-and-hold works as well if you don't have a Wacom stylus. It works just as well in the phone and tablet app as it does on the desktop as a Chrome App. This is what modern cross platform programming is supposed to look and feel like. Thanks for a great vector illustration app!
0.10.24: Image auto-trace.
0.10.23: Back button makes Undo.
0.10.16: Hex color input.
0.10.14: In-place rulers.
0.10.13: Export EPS.