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SketchBook Mobile's New Duo Sketch Feature Lets You Draw Something With A Friend

SketchBook Mobile's New Duo Sketch Feature Lets You Draw Something With A Friend

April 30, 2013
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. 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"]

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