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Paint Pad Review
by on August 30, 2011
Some apps are difficult to use on any mobile phone. Then there are apps that are difficult to use on a Nokia. And then there are apps that are virtually impossible to use on a Nokia. Paint Pad is one of these. It’s supposed to be a flexible drawing tool according to the blurb with the app that “discovers and magnifies your creativity!” Is that so? Yes, you can draw to a point, but you can’t actually create anything resembling either a real-world object or Doctor Who alien. The various tools – including eraser, spray can, zoom, text, circle, rectangle and straight line – aren’t exactly a huge amount of use. The main problem was our touchscreen Nokia’s complete lack of accurate or responsive touch but hey, you can’t have it all. However, if you should manage to create a masterpiece, you can share it with a friend via Bluetooth or save it to your handset’s Gallery. We didn’t bother doing either of those with our grotesque creation, instead preferring to hit delete.
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