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| April 30, 2013
SketchBook Mobile's New Duo Sketch Feature Lets You Draw Something With A Friend
SketchBook Mobile, the iPhone edition of Autodesk's popular SketchBook Pro drawing software, has just received a small yet notable update. The new update adds a new smudge brush to the app, which, mind you, already boasts 65 preset brushes. It also adds a new library dedicated to Copic colors. Of course, it delivers some bug fixes as well. But probably the most noteworthy improvement in the latest update to SketchBook Mobile is a new feature called Duo Sketch. Duo Sketch is SketchBook Mobile's own take on online collaborative drawing. Just connect with another SketchBook Mobile enthusiast and draw together on a single canvas. You can even send messages to each other while you're at it. [caption id="attachment_409174" align="aligncenter" width="270"] SketchBook Mobile[/caption] Optimized for iPhone and iPod touch running iOS 5.0 or later, the new version of SketchBook Mobile is available now in the App Store as a free update or as a new $1.99 download. SketchBook MobileX is also available in the App Store. Essentially a lite version of SketchBook Mobile, SketchBook MobileX is free to download, but it comes with limited functionality. As stated in the App Store, SketchBook Mobile offers a full set of sketching tools, while SketcBook Mobile offers a dedicated set of sketching tools. For example, whereas SketchBook Mobile has dozens of preset brushes, SketchBook MobileX has a mere five. Be that as it may, both SketchBook Mobile and SketchBook MobileX are designed for professional-grade painting and drawing sessions. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]