An­droid app work­shops

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The art apps avail­able on An­droid de­vices get a lot of dis­re­spect. I think they are ac­tu­ally pretty good. I know ev­ery­one is await­ing the re­lease of ArtRage for An­droid, but the ArtRage team is in no rush. As such I would greatly ap­pre­ci­ate a few tu­to­rial ar­ti­cles on the avail­able apps for An­droid: Lay­erPaint HD, In­fi­nite Pain­ter, Clover Paint or ArtFlow.

All of these apps have their pros and cons. De­spite how one feels about the qual­ity of these apps, they are what’s avail­able on the An­droid plat­forms cur­rently and I think it would be in­struc­tive to see some in­for­ma­tion about their use.

Not ev­ery­one has, or wants to have, an iPad, no mat­ter how much people gush about it and its apps. I re­call there were im­me­di­ate ar­ti­cles about the first few art apps re­leased for the iPhone. Sadly, how­ever, I don’t re­call see­ing any­thing for even the first few mi­nor apps when the Galaxy Note first ap­peared, a de­vice I think is su­pe­rior to the much smaller and non-pres­sure sen­si­tive iPhone. Le­Shan Jones, via email Claire replies Hello Le­Shan. We’re not bi­ased to­wards Ap­ple prod­ucts. We sim­ply have to think about which soft­ware apps are be­ing used by our read­ers. While there are cer­tainly more An­droid users, this doesn’t trans­late into users of An­droid apps. I sus­pect that’s why ArtRage has been in no rush to cre­ate an An­droid ver­sion of ArtRage. The Galaxy Note has, though, helped bring about a rise in pop­u­lar­ity of the An­droid tablet. So if I feel a high pro­por­tion of our read­ers are us­ing An­droid art soft­ware, I’ll pro­vide work­shops for them. What do other read­ers think of this? Please email in and let me know…

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