Nov 30th, 2010


Autodesk, maker of 2D and 3D design software, has finally landed on the Android Market with SketchBook Mobile, a drawing application that lets you, well, sketch anywhere you feel inspired to get going. A longtime favorite on iOS, SketchBook Mobile has reached 2.2 million downloads since launching last fall. Autodesk wasn’t so sure they wanted to give Android a go at that point in time, but recent surges in market share have them painting a different portrait now.

While instantly familiar to those who have used the iOS version, SketchBook for Android takes advantage of the hardware button configuration common to Google-laden handsets. Both free and paid versions are available. Hit it up below to check it out.

[via GigaOM]

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