Planet Next today is pleased to announce Drawthings 1.0, a new sketching app for the iPad and iPhone that lets users jot down and share great-looking sketches in minutes.. The app includes white-on-black and black-on-white drawing modes; the user can also draw in red. Users can send sketches to Facebook, Twitter, Dropbox, and Tumblr, as well as saving them to the Photo Library, copying them to the clipboard, emailing them, and printing them directly from the app.
Belgium based Different Bits today introduces Chalkin’ Chimp’s Chalkboard 1.0 for iPad, their magical sketching and painting app for kids and artists of any age. Hosted by master of the Chalkboard, the animated cartoon character Chimpy the Chalkin’ Chimp, the app allows kids to easily create awesome line, light, and color effects. Young artists can save, edit, display, and email their works, and enter a monthly contest to win prizes from the Chalkin’ Chimp’s Online Store.
Pixelglow Software today launched Instaviz 1.6, the next version of the best diagram sketching software for the iPhone and iPod touch – now specially redesigned for the iPad. Instaviz turns roughly sketched shapes and lines into beautifully laid-out diagrams. Users can sketch on the larger, 10-inch display of the iPad and edit their settings with the new popover controls – working their ideas into mindmaps, flowcharts and other diagrams faster and easier than before.