Linea Go brings iPad drawing power to iPhone
I've made no secret of the lust in my heart for Pencil on iPhone XS Max. Apple hasn't yet chosen to make that particular wish come true, but Iconfactory has done part of the job by bringing over the outstanding Linea app from iPad. Optimized as Linea Go for iPhone, it's got all the power you expect, just crammed down into an ittier-bittier box.
From the Iconfactory blog:
The pencil tool is especially terrific and, for me, that's how I know I've got a great drawing app at my finger tips. Literally.
I use Linea for sketching but I know people who use it for notes, brainstorming, workflow mapping, and more. It's one of those apps that you just know is more than a job for its creators — it's a labor of love. And those are the very best apps to use and support.
Grab Linea Go from the App Store for just $4 damn dollars today.
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