Let me tell you about one of my favorite drawing apps for the iPad. While it's bittersweet to bemoan apps that just cannot find a place in my heart, I love to celebrate the ones that I can somehow accept despite the glaring, painful flaws. SketchBook Ink is one of those, boasting the same Autodesk flawed brand of mobile spit shine that offers a unique drawing experience that Procreate, ArtRage, or Paper can't quite emulate. Only Adobe Ideas practices the same bold line execution but SketchBook Ink has a better streamlined interface which feels more like a free spirited tool. iPad artists looking for something new and interesting should read onwards to see if they want to get Inked.
I’m succumbing to an addictive and very strange game for iOS (and it’s NOT Flappy Bird.) As I’m writing this, I’m popping my hand up every five seconds to swipe my hand across my iPads screen like some sort of servant. The name of the game is Pot of Legend, and I’m deeply concerned over my own wellbeing. Stranger yet? It’s NOT asking me for a single dollar.