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Vasqi on Aug 24, 2011 for iPocket Draw Lite
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Just won't let me dimension and when it does it is sloop small u can't read it I used to use auto cad r14 so I am not totally new I will do my drawing by hand Totally frustrated
redron57 on Aug 17, 2011 for iPocket Draw Lite
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just when project is half done it crashes and no way to retrieve file that I had spent a lot of time on. Still can't find how to save a file.
zg.susie on Aug 3, 2011 for iPocket Draw Lite
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This has an awsome precision touch program! It centers your touch instead of choosing a random spot for it! And for all of you who complain that it doesn't save in lite version, when you are completely finished, you just snapshot it (home+sleep)(only for if you can't modify it any more).
Circuit builder on Jun 5, 2011 for iPocket Draw Lite
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Great app
I wish I found this before purchasing other apps.
tfoker on May 28, 2011 for iPocket Draw Lite
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Pretty darn good.
Designing a CAD app you can use easily on something as small as a phone can't be easy, but this one seems to work quite well. I haven't really used it much yet, but so far I'm impressed. It hasn't crashed on my iphone4, and it has most of the features of a desktop 2D CAD program. The developers should utilize the retina display on iphone4/ipad2 and put text labels (or an option for it) on the tool buttons so its easier to learn whats what. I would like to be able to double tap an object to open its attributes and set them: Like how SolidWorks has the user free-draw entities and then set their attributes after creation. This menu could also include a checkbox (which would open a sub-menu) to add drafting features to that entity such as xdist/ydist, length, radius, etc. I think this would be the easiest way to add dimensions to a drawing on a touch-based system. This version is very good for creative design, but needs a little more work to be an efficient app for creating architectural or mechanical drawings.
Stupidspencer on Apr 19, 2011 for iPocket Draw Lite
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