I know this versatile App from my Mac and my iPad...and I could watch this app developing over the years. Accidently I found it in the Android store and bought it right away. This is a great app which somehow hides its light under a bushel! When you look for CAD or drawing tools it doesn't show up. So glad that I found it. It is easy to use and very effective. All my technical drawings can be done with that fine tool and it works great with the S-pen of my new Samsung Galaxy Tab S3. It is no exaggeration when I say this is the best value for money I spent this year. I am thrilled!
Properly imported externally created SVG, the only program that I found that did it. It is very business oriented, which is fine, but I would have preferred an artistic bent. That said, I can work in GIMP/Cyberlink/etc and email for mobile work.
The best vector and svg editor I've found for Android and easier to use than Inkscape on a PC. Excellent on my chromebook too :-)
Nice enough, but not DrawPlus Having used DrawPlus on my PC for years, I was hoping for something similar but with added touch control. I am sure I can use this to prototype while away from the PC (thanks to PDF export) but certain features like chaining together a series of points into a compound line/path and converting text into shapes would make things easier. (Either that or text that actually flips). Mind you, it's not as if I try T-shirt printing everyday.
Needs Refinement This is an awesome app. I would definitely recommend this to a friend. However, when working on a full scale project across multiple programs (like I am right now), I often run into issues. Added functionality with anchor points and handles would be awesome. It would save me from having to create some incredibly complex systems of equations involving trigonometric conics and stuff, and even then I cannot edit the handles with precision. But over all, I love this app and use it often, calculator in hand. Well worth the steep price of eight dollars.
great cross platform tool for SVG, great support I'm using TouchDraw on both OS X and Android (on a Samsung NotePro 12.2 with pen - great combination), mostly for technical documentation. When I recently ran into a SVG problem ElevenWorks responded within a day with a fix - it doesn't get much better than that. TouchDraw strikes a great balance between functions, ease-of-use and cross platform support, especially when it comes to SVG
Fixed an issue importing drawings on newer devices.