Not as Advertised Demo has no save/export capability, despite what the description states. Basic features like auto-rotate, unit settings, auto pinch to zoom do not work as expected. Serious lack of configuration options.
STRONG POTENTIAL This app is well desgined, but appears to have stopped development. The concept, layout, and fubctionality are excellent. The propsed im Rovements would make this the leader in its field. Many are anxiously waiting for updates either in the demo or paid version. Since the closet competition is over $100 a year, I would gladly pay a one time purchase fee of $50 - $75 as soo as continued development is confirmed.
Incomplete and Overpriced Certainly a good start. Been using the Demo version for a while, but missing too many functions to actually complete a drawing to date. i.e Offset, Trim and angular dimensioning as an absolute minimum. I'm not expecting anything too complex from an Android App but as it stands at the moment, I would reluctantly pay £5.00 for the full version, as for £25 ..... ridiculous. If the additional features promised in 2011 were added, it could be a useful tool and would definitely purchase it. Finally is this app still being worked on? as I haven't seen an update since 2011 ......Still no updates after months, dropped this to one star.
Will definitely buy in the future when complete Ease of directional line input such has arrow keys in dialog like cecad would be good -also full set of editing tools (trim\extend etc).It is expensive in current state but would be very good value with improved input (I find inputing rel.\ab coordinates so tedious expecially on a small device like smartphone (samsung galaxy s2)Directional mouse\cursor input similar to desktop autocad would give it a much wider user base. It really needs extend trim.Will definitely buy in future when complete
Stupid UI The bad: * You can't natively open DXF files; you have to open a drawing, then import your DXF into the drawing. * Imported DXF files are limited to 100KB in size. * User interface doesn't auto-sense changing between vertical & horizontal orientation. You have to tap a button to force it to switch. * When viewing a drawing, zoom/pan mode isn't enabled by default. When it is enabled, the app uses valuable screen real estate to tell you how to zoom & pan... as if every app in the world didn't zoom & pan the same way. * You can't make layer 0 invisible so that you can see only a different layer all by itself. I didn't waste enough time to find any more problems, but I'm sure there's plenty more.
Great work I found this to be the best so far,it still needs some work but great job! Its very easy and fast as cad should be but I would like you all to fix the snaps, when you have snap on it should mean that it will set point only if it finds the entity. Please add in a status bar across the bottom having the entities property where you can manually set values and a lock for the values, such as a line has a length and an angle,please add a circle with three point selection and a rectangle with three points,check out imsi Turbo cad which is an awesome cad program I have been using for years.
Save to PNG image format. Export saves exactly what you see on the screen excluding the interface.
DEMO LIMITATION: PNG output will only save the top left corner of the drawing.
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