TiPb Apps 3.3: Brushes for iPhone (Macworld 2010)

Brushs for iPhone Macworld 2010

Live from Macworld 2010, Rene and Leanna talk to Steve Sprang about Brushes [$4.99 - iTunes link] for the iPhone and the iPad version he showed off during Apple's recent keynote.


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Editor-in-Chief of iMore, co-host of Iterate, Debug, Review, The TV Show, Vector, ZEN & TECH, and MacBreak Weekly podcasts. Cook, grappler, photon wrangler. Follow him on Twitter and Google+.

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Jin Lim says:

I'm not a huge artist, but I showed this video to a friend of mine who was an art major in college and he is super interested. Wish they talked more about the ipad version though.

Freiteez says:

Really cool on the iphone, wife is an artist and would love this but i bet it will be amazing on the iPad

Jo3Bingham says:

This is going to be amazing on the iPad. If only the iP~ recognized a stylus, would making for some nice drawing.

Jason Tsai says:

whee this was demoed for the ipad....cant wait

Michael says:

As a partime artist I love to doodle on my iphone and Brushes looks to be my new favorite app.

jhoffmeyer says:

Looks cool but I'm betting the iPad version will look amazing.

ken says:

the iphone version is great. cant wait for the ipad version.

RRobinson4633 says:

I believe that iPad is going to revolutionize art. I am so amazed at what ppl have done with the Iphone already. Imagine what the iPad can bring!

tyrran says:

A lot of people seem not to realize that the Pogo stylus will work just as well with the iPad has it has with the iPhone/iPod Touch, and that alone makes this app an absolute goldmine. Seriously, take the beautiful sketches that people have done with Brushes already and give them more landscape and the ability to actually use a good stylus in a sensible manner. I wouldn't be surprised if a lot of people ditched their clunky tablet pcs in favor of this beautiful marriage.

Orangensaft says:

Always impressed by the power and functionality of Brushes. Now to find those long lost artistic skillz...

Dyvim says:

I've so far passed on the iPhone version as for me the iPhone screen is too small and my finger too fat, but I am very interested in the ipad version. Anyway, seems much better than the early paint apps I got for my toddler son when the app store debuted.

Davo says:

That's impressive. I'm gonna buy this! Davo approved!!

Joebin says:

After watching the vid I am seriously considering getting Brushes app, but it really makes me want to get the iPad. Wife is getting the iPad first, and when she does Brushes will be one of the first apps on it.

Lady Kaede says:

After seeing the demo at the iPad launch, I tracked down Brushes for iPhone, and also a Pogo Stylus Highly recommended for artists and also for entertaining children

sputnik says:

I had this but deleted it, as the interface wasn't working for me. That video is beautiful, maybe I'll give it another try.

B Dub says:

This is an amazing app, and on the iPad awesome.

ninjamattic says:

I'm impressed. Significantly spiffier than the current available drawing apps.

TroyRific says:

I just got this app from the wife and I'm looking forward to giving it a try. Not sure I'll be able to create anything as nice as any of the sample images but I do like the interface quite a bit. I'll have to borrow the wifes Pogo stylus to really play with it I think.

etc says:

This looks cool but it looks great to use on the iPad!

zeagus says:

I love this app on my iPhone already and I DROOL at the thought of all of the improvements in the iPad version. Can't wait to try it out!