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not bad but crashes
great idea and if further developed would be fantastic. crashed on me a lot
hotephatt on Sep 19, 2009 for iPocket Draw Lite
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Great start
Great start Full version needs: Send as jpg or pdf DXF and Cad are useless for sharing with most people Waiting for this before buying full version
Rick in Reston on Jul 7, 2009 for iPocket Draw Lite
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Bad
I was working on it had alot imean alot of my project done then it just exited for no reason I have the 3.0 update so it's not my iPod... Very very mad. At. Them !!!!!!
BrewerFan55 on Jul 5, 2009 for iPocket Draw Lite
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Great start on iPhone platform
I am very happy to see a drawing app that can cater to more demanding illustrations. Would suggest adding scaling and other transform tools for object in future. Or import existing images from photo library on iPhones. It'd be great for quick visualizations. Hope to see other conventional illustrating features added in the future.
ribaldi on Jun 29, 2009 for iPocket Draw Lite
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On the way..
... To being a very good app. Better than I thought it would be and with a few minor improvements could be very useful .Would be really good to have an undo or erase feature, also snaps to mid or end points and maybe set angle or dimensional capabilities if possible. Please don't give up on making it better, I would happily pay for the full version if these issues were adressed.
VaRP on Jun 26, 2009 for iPocket Draw Lite
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Nice for quick drawings on the fly.
This is a nice drawing app. Works well and I can make a drawing outside of the office and email a picture to myself. The only suggestion I have so far is to incorporate a snap-to mode so the end of a line would snap to the nearest junction or point. If it is possible, a copy/paste object would help too, for repeating objects at the same size as the original.
Handydude on May 25, 2009 for iPocket Draw Lite
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