True to its 2.0 designation, the new version of DrawQuest includes a number of significant enhancements.
DrawQuest 2.0 introduces a new Explore page that features the best drawings from the last 24 hours.
It also adds support for sharing profiles on the Web, allowing you to showcase your DrawQuest portfolios with others, even if they’re not on DrawQuest themselves. And speaking of profiles, they can now also be searched to facilitate user search on DrawQuest.
The new DrawQuest update also removes the drawing limit on profiles and quest galleries. As a result, you can now enjoy endless scrolling of all drawings on DrawQuest.
Further, you can now have your drawings in progress automatically saved as drafts and even delete drawings you’re not particularly proud of.
Further still, DrawQuest 2.0 lets you follow and invite your friends on Facebook or Twitter. The latter social network is now also integrated into DrawQuest to enable you to sign up and automatically post your drawings to Twitter.
Moreover, with DrawQuest 2.0, you can now also share your drawings on Tumblr.
DrawQuest 2.0 is available now in the App Store for free. The app is compatible with iPad running iOS 5.1 or later.
For more information on DrawQuest, check out Don’t Just Draw Something, Join DrawQuest To Get Your Creative Juices Flowing.