Drawing Apps

FiftyThree's Paper gets iOS 7 redesign, adds new features

FiftyThree has updated its popular iPad drawing application Paper to 1.6.1, and with it comes a complete redesign for iOS 7. The new version is available for download from the App Store now.

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Draw Something 2 released with updated tools, galleries, and more

Draw Something 2, the sequel to the original Draw Something, is now available in the App Store and comes with a bunch of new features including new pens and other tools, gallery views of all your drawings, a new free draw mode, and more.

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Foldify updated with coloring book mode and more

Foldify by Pixle, one of the more clever recent iPad apps, has updated to version 1.2. When Foldify originally launched, you could pick one of several paper cutout forms, draw whatever you wanted onto them, print them out, and make little paper figures/toys out of them. It was and is delightful! (I made the HULK!) But...

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Foldify lets you craft folded paper art... right from your iPad

If you own a printer, Foldify will make it fun again. If you don't own a printer, Foldify will make you seriously consider rushing out to get one. The reason for that is Foldify's ability to project itself from the iPad, where the app runs, to the real world, where the app's results live. The idea is remarkable simply -- draw one pre-defined templates, then print them out, fold them up, and enjoy real, touchable, arrangeable models of what you made. The execution is even more remarkable, because the developers managed to keep the app as simple as the idea, and that's no easy feat.

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Paper by 53 for iPad review: The best way to get what's in your head onto the screen

If you're looking to turn your iPad into a blank slate that you can easily, beautifully be filled with anything from a sketch to a flow-chart, a list to an diagram, get Paper and get creating.

Paper by 53 for iPad is exactly what the name implies, a fresh canvas ready and waiting for your ideas, inspiration, and art. While hand drawing and handwriting note-taking apps are nothing new to the iPad or App Store, Paper feels qualitatively different in kind. It has a focus, a flow, a humanity, and a technology about it that somehow come together to create one of the most natural creative experience I've had on the iPad to date.

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App for That: How to draw shapes on your photos

There are hundreds of thousands of iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad apps for just about everything -- so how come the one you need, the one you know just has to be there, is so hard to find? Enter TiPb's weekly feature where staff and readers alike sort through the App Store and help you find just the right App for That. This week, Darryl asks:

I noticed in your article about rotating pictures, you had drawn circles around the specific buttons you were talking about in your steps. I was just wondering if you used an app to do that. I have been endlessly searching for an app that allows you to draw over pics, screenshots, etc and still have yet to find one. Do you know of any? Let me know. Thanks for your help

I had actually used a desktop app called Skitch to draw the circles, but a dedicated iPhone app would be much more convenient! To see what we found for Darryl (and me!), follow along after the break!

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Create fascinating art with Magic Painter for iPhone and iPad

Magic Painter is a drawing app that includes 11 different abstract brushes. The art that you will create is fascinating, modern, and unique - and you don't even have to be an artist for it to look good!

I do not have the artistic ability to create beautiful paintings, but Magic Painter makes me feel like I don't suck! In fact, painting with Magic Painter is rather relaxing.

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