Sketchbook Pro comes to Honeycomb

Thursday 21st, July 2011 / 11:45 Written by
Sketchbook Pro comes to Honeycomb

Tired of doodling your masterpiece designs on napkins or the tiny confines of your smartphone? Well, worry not… you can now do it on your Android tablet of choice; Enter – Sketchbook Pro for Honeycomb – that familiar paint and draw software we’ve all come  to love! After being available on the iPad, iPhone and Android phones for a while now, the software finally makes it’s debut on Android’s tablet-optimised OS, Autodesk (makers of the popular 3D design software AutoCad) announced on Tuesday.

SketchBook Pro is essentially a digital canvas and brush set that enables you to transform your tablet into the ultimate sketchbook. It’s intuitive interface not only appeals to new users but also delivers the quality expected by professionals.

It allows the use of both your fingers and aftermarket styluses to create designs ranging from simple illustrations to complex architectural and automotive designs.With over 60 different brush tools and the ability to create up to six different layers for one file, it also allows you to save and to export your project to Photoshop.

With over 5 million downloads across all platforms, this ones’ worth its $5 price tag and will be available through the Android Marketplace to users running Android version 3.0 and up on their tablets. There is also a free (less feature-rich) app for the try-before-buy kinds. Head past the break to check out the SB Pro in action.

Head over to the Autodesk site to download Sketchbook pro/trial for your Honeycomb tablet, here.

You can also download the iPad app here, and the Mobile App (for iPhone, iPod Touch) here and (Android Phones) here.

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