Particularly with devices such as the Surface Pro series, Microsoft has gained some popularity with digital artists around the globe, who value the baked-in compatibility with the high-quality included stylus and the inherent processing power of these machines when compared to more regular ‘tablets’.
There are a number of apps which have sprung up to address this segment of the audience, and of these Sketchable is one of the higher quality offerings currently available. Allowing users to create the digital canvas of their choice through a host of easy to use tools and features, Sketchable also offers support for layers, and is unique among the app store in doing so.
The latest update improves the operability considerably and includes: support for resolutions up to 4k on 64-bit devices, the ability to add up to 8 layers, a new ‘transform’ tool, and the option to save in PSD for further alterations in Photoshop.
Sketchable is free to download, however individual tools cost $1.99, while the color picker is $2.99, the whole bundle is available for $11.99.
Will you be making use of any of these new features in Sketchable? Let us know in the comments below.Microsoft, Sketchable, Windows 8