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Articles tagged with "Art"

WordCam (Pro) turns your picture into a thousand words

Maybe it’s just me, but the idea of combining words and images strikes me as very cool. Obviously, both text and pictures do fine on their own, but mixing them together makes a little peanut butter and jelly-type magic. That’s why I was interested to try WordCam. Unfortunately, while worth check ... Full Article »

April 30, 2012 3:30pm

Android App Tablet Review: MoMA

Browse New York’s Museum of Modern Art wherever you are with MoMA, the museum’s free app. It includes just about everything you could want, short of walking through the galleries themselves. A huge amount of content is available including photos of the pieces of art, audio tracks about exhibits ... Full Article »

October 31, 2011 3:01pm

Android App Tablet Review: Finger Painting Book

Finger Painting Book is a fun tablet app that won't ruin your kitchen table! Kids can use an on-screen color palette or voice recognition software to select a color. The app easily recognized simple colors. Set up like a coloring book, this app has a lot of pictures to fill in. Some of these drawi ... Full Article »

October 6, 2011 5:00pm

Android App Tablet Review: Drawing Pad

Drawing Pad for Android Tablets is like having an entire kid's art studio in one app. It includes crayons, colored pencils, markers, paint brushes and so much more. When drawing, if you make a mistake at any point there's an option to undo a move. You can pick different eraser sizes or start again ... Full Article »

October 3, 2011 5:00pm

Android App Tablet Review: Paintbox for Tablets

It can be fun to do a little finger painting on tablets, given the size and responsiveness of their larger touchscreens. But while Paintbox for Tablets is fun for a moment, the free app doesn’t include much in the way of features. Paintbox gives you the ability to use your finger to draw on eithe ... Full Article »

September 10, 2011 5:00pm

A Skitch in time saves a mediocre photo

Not every photo captured on your Android device is a work of art suitable for framing. Sometimes it’s just a wacky shot of friends with goofy expressions – and those are perfect input for the Skitch app. Skitch lets you annotate, draw on, and share photos from your Android device quickly and ea ... Full Article »

August 31, 2011 3:30pm

Android App Video Review: PaintUp

The app is very simple, and there aren’t many tools available to you. You simply select the color of your brush from a very diverse palate and start drawing. There is a simple undo feature and an eraser tool. After you finish drawing, you select the paint up option to see what your art would look ... Full Article »

July 8, 2011 7:19am

MoMA Android app is a sleek and easy to navigate guide to the New York gallery

If you're planning a trip to the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, everything you need can be found in the MoMA Android app. A kind of brochure and personal tour guide, it's a great way to see everything the museum has to offer — that is, when it actually works the way it's supposed to. Usin ... Full Article »

March 19, 2011 6:00pm

Art of Glow a shining addition to Android doodling apps

Even if your artistic ability is limited to stick figures and smiley faces, Art of Glow for your Android phone will make anything you draw jump off the canvas. An electric alternative to your average doodler app, Art of Glow allows you to create fluorescent, glowing pictures on a plain black canvas ... Full Article »

February 10, 2011 5:01am

Unleash your creativity with these artistic Android apps

Everyone's got a little artistry to them, and it's nice to take that experience mobile. While Android hasn't received the same attention as the iPhone, or more notably the iPad, there is still a range of apps an artist of any kind can appreciate. From drawing to palette inspiration, here are some An ... Full Article »

December 8, 2010 9:31am

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