Finger painting appears to be a popular app genre among iOS users these days. It’s not just “Draw Something”; there are also many other sketching apps that have managed to gather a sizable fan base. Most such apps come with a slew of colorful features, and that’s exactly what sets Inkflow
apart from them. The newly released Inkflow doesn’t even have the option to change the pen color (in the free variant, at least), but it is still a good app thanks to the attention it pays to minor details like the smoothness of the ink, and extremely good responsiveness of the pen. The app can be used to write down lengthy notes quickly, or you can create monochromatic drawings using it. Inkflow comes with a pretty neat editor of its own, and you can select any portion of the page for resizing or moving to a new location in the document altogether.
There are lot of note-taking apps available for Windows Phone 7, ranging from well-known ones like Evernote
and OneNote, to the likes of Note Well
and Smart Notes 2
. However, in real-life scenarios, you don’t always have the time to type on your phone’s keyboard to create an important note on the go. JotPad
is a new app, designed for exactly these same occasion, using which you can jot down anything in freehand. Not only that, the app can also be used for some lazy doodling. JotPad comes with some pretty cool features, including zooming support. Read on to find out about the rest.
Chemix is a free portable flash tool that lets user create diagrams of lab equipments and lab setup of Science(both Chemistry and Physics) experiments. It is specially geared towards students, since it is not a professional tool, it can be used for making quick presentations.
Usability is a piece of cake, just select an item from the top toolbar and drag them to the workspace. There are a total of 5 different categories with 8 items per each. To change the category, click the smaller unlabeled buttons on each side of the toolbar. Read More