Pressure sensitive drawing just like on the Galaxy Note for any Android smartphone

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  • 30 Jun 2012
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  • Drawing is a form of expressing ourselves and while we do it almost every day without even noticing few of us use their smartphone for this. The Galaxy Note is great, in fact it’s the best available for drawing and sharing pictures. With it’s S-Pen even more so.

    Markers for Android

    While the Galaxy Note still is top of the line when it comes to drawing on your smartphone, with this app you can just about reach the same performance. Markers by Daniel Sandler is as amazing as it gets. The app let’s you create pressure sensitive drawings on your Android smartphone using your finger or a stylus. With a dedicated instrument it works even better, unleashing the full potential of the app. The interface is very clean and looks really good on both tablets and smartphones. Don’t expect the same variety of options you get with the Galaxy Note. The author wanted to keep it simple. You get the pencil tools, color palette and options for clearing the drawing board, undo and save. Using the 3-dot menu key you can load a photo to draw on it or share your creations with others through one of the installed apps.


    There are those moments when you just feel like drawing or need to highlight something. That is what this simple app does and in a very efficient manner. Better still, it’s offered for Free on the Play Store.


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