5 best Procreate alternatives for Android you should try


Procreate is a popular app for sketching, painting, and digital creation needs. It is widely used by professionals as well as amateur artists but unfortunately, it is limited to Apple devices. This is the reason we have compiled a list of best Procreate alternatives for Android. These apps offer a similar suite of tools and features that a digital artist expects. The good thing is that even if you are just starting out and looking to improve your skills, these apps will be helpful in that aspect as well.


Sketchbook is probably the best Procreate alternative for Android. It is suitable for all your sketching, painting, and drawing needs. It offers a wide range of brush types with customizable options to help you achieve the look you have imagined. There are rulers, guides, and stroke tools with high precision that professionals look for.

One of the best things about Sketchbook is its intuitive interface. It makes it a lot easier to find the right tools and to use them. The tools do not interfere with your drawing experience either. You can choose to sketch something from the scratch or import an existing image from the phone gallery. It supports large-sized canvases with an effortless pinch-zoom experience.

ibis Paint X

ibis Paint X is a painting and drawing app packed with professional tools. It boasts more than 7100 brushes, 2800 materials, 900 fonts, 79 filters, 46 screen tones, and 27 blending models. With so many options at your disposal, you can paint or draw anything you wish and exactly the way you want to.

The app offers various ruler features and stroke stabilization support. It even lets you record your drawing process that can be shared with others. Similarly, you can check drawing videos of others to learn and improve yourself.


ArtFlow is a drawing and sketching app that should be your choice if you prefer using stylus pens. It has NVIDIA DirectStylus support to ensure that it can make most of a stylus, especially the ones with pressure sensitivity like Samsung’s S Pen. There is a palm rejection feature to avoid accidental touches while drawing and thus avoid unwanted zooming and panning.

The app is capable of supporting canvases up to 6144 x 6144 pixels with 50 layers but this will also depend on your device’s hardware capabilities. Other important features include over 100 brushes, 10 layer filters, material design-inspired UI, and smudge tools. You can also export and import files in PNG, JPG, and PSD formats.

MediBang Paint

MediBang Paint is an easy-to-use app for panting and drawing purposes. It claims to have over a thousand brushes and tones. It also has specific tools if you are looking to create digital comics like different brushes, screen tones, backgrounds, and comics fonts. There is cloud storage support so that you can start drawing on one device and continue on another. It has speech-to-text for adding dialogues to your comics. The app has collaborative working support to help you if you are working on a single project with multiple people.

Tayasui Sketches

Tayasui Sketches should be your drawing and sketching app choice if you want something without the clutters of tools and options. The app claims to have over 20 “ultra-realistic tools” that can help you create digital arts that feel realistic. It has a brush editor so that you can adjust the size and opacity level of a particular brush as per your preference.

Ajit Singh
Ajit is a freelance tech reporter who loves everything tech but has a soft corner for Android. He started his stint in tech journalism in 2015 and has previously worked with publications like Digit India and Android Headlines. You can also find his work on MySmartPrice.

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