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You would need some sort of smoothing on the input though. When using a pen (for my Wacom tablet) I can hold it in one place and the cursor will tend to jump around a lot creating a large mess :|
 

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I have used decent to superb drawing apps on all of my touchscreen devices... that's one reason I'm a big fan of using the screen for inputting (as opposed to any other input method). Even the highly criticized Windows CE has had excellent drawing apps for well over a decade.I don't own an iPad but already it has several painting apps which are so good artists are purchasing the iPad just for the art abilities alone.I too am keeping my eye on Android to see if a decent app comes along so it can compete with all the other OS platforms in this area. If not, I will have to reevaluate my decision for buying an Android device.One little tidbit I discovered with Windows CE was that several excellent Japanese art apps were developed for it. They were hardly known outside the Japanese market and were like a hidden treasure when I discovered them some 8 or 9 years ago. Perhaps a similar situation might happen with Android.I'll be sure and post any good paint/art/drawing apps I come across.
 

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I tried a couple of Apps and the best I found so far is paint:http://www.brothersoft.com/mobile/paint-70283.htmlMost of the doodle apps are lacking. The stroke appears seconds after you've drawn it :DPaint is the fastets I've tried...Here is my own touchscreen test, slow lines using a ruler. The red circle marks the side with the buttons.and a sketch. It is not completely useless, but unfortunatelly no iPad...
 

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[quote author=ch4rlii link=topic=79.msg2694#msg2694 date=1275030424]I tried a couple of Apps and the best I found so far is paint:http://www.brothersoft.com/mobile/paint-70283.htmlMost of the doodle apps are lacking. The stroke appears seconds after you've drawn it :DPaint is the fastets I've tried...Here is my own touchscreen test, slow lines using a ruler. The red circle marks the side with the buttons.and a sketch. It is not completely useless, but unfortunatelly no iPad...[/quote]Cool, this is the best app! This proves that the touch screen on the device actually works!There is hope!
 
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