Draw.ing Pad, Doodle Paint Art

Draw.ing Pad, Doodle Paint Art


  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2016-10-29
  • Current Version: 2.9
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 87.27 MB
  • Developer: PSQUARE
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4/5 ( 32,608 App Reviews)
  • Price:
Draw.ing Pad, Doodle Paint Art App Ratings: 4
Based on 32,608 App Reviews

Draw.ing Pad, Doodle Paint Art App Details

Doodle whenever and wherever you want with Drawing Pad app! Unleash your creative streak on a virtual drawing canvas with Drawing Pad! Drawing Pad is a cool doodling app that allows you to draw, sketch, doodle while you are traveling or just relaxing a home! **Draw.Save.Share** Unleash your creativity with amazing features from Drawing Pad! 1. Doodle Desk! Are you a Doodle Lover? - Yes! Unleash your creativity and create amazing Doodles with Get Drawing Pad. Create beautiful Doodles with different tools like 3D brushes, stickers, stamps and so on. Want to show you doodling skills to your friends/family? Share it on social media platforms like Facebook or Instagram. No happy with your Doodle? Want to give a perfect finishing touch? Drawing Pad comes with smooth erasing, undo, redo and specific brushes for a perfect Doodle. 2. Sketch Desk! You love sketching, but cannot carry your sketchbook, everywhere? Don’t worry install Drawing Pad in your iPhone/iPad and sketch while on a go! You can create beautiful sketches with various brush tools like as pen, pencil, highlighter and so on. Also, you can pick up your favorite colors from the quick colors tool. With options like Undo, Redo and flexible eraser, you can create that perfect sketch. 3. Photo Desk for Creative Editors Are you an artist who also creating beautiful effects for your photos? Drawing Pad comes with Magic brush stroke effects. This allows you to add more liveliness to your photos. Moreover, beautify your photos with a collection of attractive stamps & stickers, vibrant frames and a cropping tool. You can import photos from Facebook, Instagram, Flickr and other networks. Export your ArtWork :- You can export your sketches, drawings and doodles to other physical products like Phone cases, Posters, Cushions, Frames and many more. -- Drawing Pad app is always easy to use, but you can enjoy even more powerful drawing features with auto-renewed subscription. Subscription Terms for Drawing Pad Premium • Length of subscription: Monthly - $9.99/month OR Year - $49.99/year • Introductory Trial: 7 Days free trail • Price of subscription: 7-Day Free Trial then $9.99 / month OR $49.99/year • Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase • Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal • Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase • Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period • Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable. • Subscriptions will be charged to your credit card through your iTunes account. Your subscription will automatically renew unless cancelled at least 24 hours before the end of your current subscription, and you can cancel a subscription during the active period. You can manage your subscription at any time, either by viewing your account in iTunes from your Mac or PC, or Account Settings on your device after purchase. Privacy Policy: https://psquareapp.wordpress.com/privacy-policy/ Terms of Use: https://psquareapp.wordpress.com/terms-conditions/


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App Reviews

  • Wow

    By Vaniuse
    I’m sorry, but this app is a sad excuse for being paid 20 dollars a week. I don’t mean to be rude, but I don’t want to spend over 100 dollars a month on a stupid app that barely works. It has its good ends, but most of it is just flaws. I would say that this is a rip off at my end. I have a free app that doesn’t require paying a cent and I can get good art from it. I could get money from it too. I wouldn’t suggest this app unless you want to pay 20 a week.
  • Love

    By sea oter
    I love this app more than the first one.
  • Popped my mine

    By jyfvyvytcu
    Sososo fun
  • High cost

    By experienced field technician
    Cost is too high
  • I am infuriated

    By Puppyrifle24
    This app was very hard to work with you could not do anything with out a thing popping up saying “buy your free trial today” an I advise not to use your finger so if you get this app be prepared to be disappointed
  • give me a chance!

    By Biff Webster, Jr.
    I’m sure this is an amazing app if you pay for it. But the free version is terrible. I’ve had it for about 5 minutes so far and it’s asked me to buy it about 20 times already. Any time you tap something (a different tool, the undo button...anything, really) I was asked if I wanted to buy it. When I say no, it asks if I’m sure. Yes! I’m sure I don’t want to buy it. Give me a chance to try it out first! If it’s cool and useful, I’ll buy it! But it’s not cool and useful. It’s just interrupting my experience every 15 seconds.
  • Can’t import

    By TheScaryGuy341
    Can’t import a picture. Ads pop up after selecting a picture to import. I deleted this SPAM.
  • Not worth it!

    By Philosopia
    This app is made for an extreme novice, in terms of tools; however, it’s subscriptions rival Adobe CC in terms of costs (actually this app is MORE expensive- $19.99/week!). Without the subscription, you are bombarded with ads. There are FAR better drawing apps out there.
  • This app is fun

    By nighlight
    I love this app

    By Eggs! Yeah!
    Pretty much got the app, expecting it to be an ok one. Yet every single 5 SECONDS it asks if I want to become a member. Come on!! I haven’t even tried the app yet! Then it asks for a review after every 7 membership ad. I finally get a bit of control, and see a tulip picture already there. Thinking it was supposed to be a demo, I sat there staring at the screen for a few minutes, occasionally tapping. NOTHING. So I go to the trash can and clear it out, like A TRASH CAN SHOULD. Instead, the trash can saves your work, so I had about 5 tulip pictures. I stop trying to delete it then just import the pic I wanted. IT WAS TINY!!! A small speck in the background. I try to zoom, but of course, there isn’t really a ‘zoom’. More like a fritz closer, the release fingers, then back to same position. Already deleted. In the REAL TRASH CAN.