Finger painting app for the inner-child in us all
by on October 14, 2010
Doodle is pretty much as you’d expect a finger painting application to work on your phone – although it’s important to note from the outset that it only works on touchscreen handsets.
Simply put: you draw on the screen, the line follows your finger (depending on the quality of the touchscreen) and the resulting picture can be saved to your handset.
There are a few options to play with: you can alter the size of the brush for instance, or the colour you use can be adapted.
You can also change the background colour, or apply an effect afterwards (infra red is cool, although there’s always a place for black and white).
It’s probably better when you import a picture to doodle on, as you can do ker-azy things like give your friends horns, convert the image to infra red and use it as a wallpaper.
There’s not much more than that, but if you are constantly drawing on pieces of paper in meetings this could be a great eco option.
Buy this app: Doodle for BlackBerry
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