NetSketch Drawing on the iPhone
... and you can collaborate with othersNetSketch 1.0. NetSketch brings full featured collaborative drawing to the iPhone and iPod Touch -- you can draw on the iPod's screen using a full range of colors and brush sizes. You can share drawings over the wireless network, and others using the NetSketch application can contribute to your work. As you draw, everyone's changes are reflected in real time. Play tic-tac-toe against your buddy or create an enormous masterpiece. Privacy controls let you permit only certain people to see your drawings, or you can disable sharing entirely.
Unlike other drawing programs, NetSketch features infinite pan and zoom based on familiar gestures. When you draw, your work is rendered in a fully scalable vector space - independent of the size of the iPhone's screen. When you zoom in, you get smooth, accurate lines - not huge pixels. You can draw at any level so it's easy to add detail to your work and you never run out of room.
Your drawing can be much larger than the iPod's screen and sometimes exporting a photo just doesn't do it justice. Using NetSketch, you can upload your work to my.netsketchapp.com and pan and zoom through it the same way you would on the iPod.
System Requirements: iPhone or iPod Touch. Wireless network required for sharing features.
Pricing and Availability: NetSketch is $7.99 USD, and is available for immediate download on the iTunes App Store.
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