We Recommend: FlipaClip Brings Your Drawings to Life (Video)

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  • 04 Feb 2013
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  • Browsing the Google Play Store you will find a lot of good offers for drawing, even with the tools Samsung provides for the Note smartphone. Wile most work well enough, here is an offer that stands out and manages to stimulate every bit of your creativity.

    FlipaClip

    FlipaClip from developer Visual Blasters, LLC was created for the Samsung Galaxy Note App Challenge and won an award due to its features and good design. The app provides a very well built interface for drawing, including the unnecessary tools to create interesting designs. The unique feature that it brings is that it lets you save different states of your drawings as you progress to the final image. After you’ve completed the app stitches them to create a movie in which the star is your creation and it displays how it was made.

    Though you are not restricted to using it, the app provides optimisations for the Samsung S-Pen found in devices belonging to the Galaxy Note line-up. You are able to work with your images and manipulate about every aspect of it. You can change the background, preview your creation as you build it, and edit all drawings. The social element is built in and you can share your work on Facebook for all your friends to see. You can also export the movies to YouTube and post edit them in every form.

    FlipaClip is provided for free on the Play Store.

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