It's a lot of fun but it's still a bit rough. Export resolutions are really low, you cannot zoom out, a lot of functionality is missing from the apple app. However, I'm super glad they brought it to android and I'll happily wait for some much needed updates
Lots of promise. Don't seem to be able to set canvas or export size or format, despite the description. Very low resolution output. Crashes regularly on Note 8. Only works in landscape mode. Would be great if it were a free, open-source app, but it's not. Check it out several months from now and maybe it'll have been fixed.
I am looking forward to how the app will work in the future. I don't have any comparisment of how it works in iPhone/Pad but I have a feeling that it could be more advanced i Android. It feels slightly clumsy and beginner feeling like and then I don't understand why I had to pay for it. I was hoping to use this app as a option to practice my art while travelling but at this point I don't find this as sophisticated as I hoped it to be.
Sadly, the Android version is very rough. No line smoothing. No canvas size choices. No pressure sensitivity. Palette is confusing. Not worth the $.99! Too bad, cuz the Apple version is awesome! Hopefully, they'll give the Android version the work and attention it deserves!
Only wish I could zoom out further, save different sized images (different number of repetitions ) and change the angle of orientation. Itherwise it's quite awesome!
Awesome to see this Android! Hope they can add pressure sensitive stylus support in the future because without it this is more of a toy than a tool.
First official Android release.