Autodesk Announces SketchBook Pro for Honeycomb Tablets

Autodesk has announced a new version of their Sketchbook application, designed specifically for Honeycomb tablets.  Dubbed SketchBook Pro, the app gives users a digital canvas on which they can use markers, pens, pencils, airbrushes, and more.  The $4.99 application is the first to integrate the 300+ Copic alcohol marker popular among architecture, fashion, and education industry types.  Those of you who don’t have a Honeycomb tablet are advised to check out Autodesk’s SketchBook (99¢) or SketchBook Express (FREE).  Oh, and they also do a little app called AutoCAD.

Source: Press release

 

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3 Comments

  1. Theweakend
    July 19, 15:12 Reply

    now if they release a full 3d cad i would buy a tablet that isn’t a nook lol

  2. Nicholas Falletta
    July 19, 20:44 Reply

    speaking of android honeycomb apps, no love for hive player…idk the only third party music player on honeycomb, even has a scrollable widget for music navigation?

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