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    galaxy note 10.1

    will artrage run on a galaxy note 10.1?

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    There is no Android version of ArtRage, so you won't be able to run it on that device. However, we are currently working on an Android version.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveRage View Post
    There is no Android version of ArtRage, so you won't be able to run it on that device. However, we are currently working on an Android version.
    ah ok..thnx.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brianmc View Post
    will artrage run on a galaxy note 10.1?
    I can feel for you, there really is no good art programs for Android right now.

    When I bought my Note 10.1 I asked this same question, but once I found out how poorly constructed the 10.1 was (tablets shouldn't be made of cheap plastic and flex), I sold it.

    If only Apple would get off their butts and make a pressure sensitive pen iPad design, I'd be happier than a pig in.. well, you get the idea.

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    there ar four...

    Quote Originally Posted by Ursadorable View Post
    I can feel for you, there really is no good art programs for Android right now.

    When I bought my Note 10.1 I asked this same question, but once I found out how poorly constructed the 10.1 was (tablets shouldn't be made of cheap plastic and flex), I sold it.

    If only Apple would get off their butts and make a pressure sensitive pen iPad design, I'd be happier than a pig in.. well, you get the idea.
    The idea that there are no good paint and draw software for Android is not true. I have 4 of them: Sketchbook Pro, Sketchbook Ink, Infinite Paint and Fresco Paint. Maybe there are some more I don't know of. I use them often on my Note 10.1 without any problems. Although it is made out of "plastic"...
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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by Ursadorable View Post
    If only Apple would get off their butts and make a pressure sensitive pen iPad design, I'd be happier than a pig in.. well, you get the idea.
    Despair not as thee are new fine-tipped pens for iPad coming into market in early 2014.

    One example is TruGlide Apex stylus and you can see this product at Kickstarter.
    I have backed this project at Kickstarter. It is a fine-tipped stylus, just the kind I've badly needed for sketching lines. I think this stylus is good enough for me and I am determined to get it, no matter the arguments.
    Besides, iPad screen is pressure sensitive enough to finger touch, so I wouldn't worry too much about pen's levels of pressure sensitivity. My current Serene Stylus has no levels of pressure sensitivity and it worked fine like a Wacom pen on pressure-sensitive iPad screen (but hey, I've used Wacom tablets for over 10 years). Now I am looking forward to TruGlide Apex stylus for its 2.4mm nib. Just can't wait for its release.

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    Cool At last, a FINE-TIPPED STYLUS for iPad.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ursadorable View Post
    If only Apple would get off their butts and make a pressure sensitive pen iPad design, I'd be happier than a pig in.. well, you get the idea.
    Despair not as there are new fine-tipped pens for iPad entering market in early 2014.

    One example is TruGlide Apex stylus and you can see this product at Kickstarter.

    I have backed this project at Kickstarter. It is a MUST-HAVE fine-tipped stylus, just the kind I've badly needed for sketching lines. I think this stylus is good enough for me and I am determined to get it, no matter the arguments.
    Besides, iPad screen is pressure sensitive enough to finger touch, so I wouldn't worry too much about this pen's levels of pressure sensitivity.
    My current Serene Stylus has no levels of pressure sensitivity and it worked fine like a Wacom pen on pressure-sensitive iPad screen (but hey, I've used Wacom tablets for over 10 years). Now I am looking forward to TruGlide Apex stylus for its 2.4mm nib. Just can't wait for its release.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveRage View Post
    However, we are currently working on an Android version.
    My heart just skipped a beat!

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