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Useful and cool apps for Android and iOS

User is offline   Mike Norvak 

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I don't want to make a thread for a single question. So feel free to recommend any app you use and think is useful for your life and/or profession. For example I use "My Piano Assistant" to easily visualize and listen to musical scales, intervals and chords, really handy app. Coursera has also some really cool courses and content.

Now back to my question: Does anyone know an Android app that has a snap grid in wich you can draw straight lines to make sketches and plans, zoom in-out and scroll along the canvas? just like some simplified version of mapster 2D view.


This post has been edited by Mike Norvak: 12 September 2018 - 05:58 PM

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User is offline   Hank 

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^ not sure here !
For straight simple drafting I use Inard CAD

Maybe try the free version and then get the full version.

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User is offline   Mike Norvak 

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View PostHank, on 12 September 2018 - 06:31 PM, said:

^ not sure here !
For straight simple drafting I use Inard CAD

Maybe try the free version and then get the full version.


Thanks Hank! I'm just trying the free version, is more or less what I need but it feels still too restrictive, it ask for values instead of just let me draw rectangles and consecutive lines, for now I can use it, but I'll keep searching.

Just found this Skedio.

https://play.google....turmsoft.skedio

It is much simpler, just what I need, it says the paid version has snapping option, maybe I'll give it a chance.


This post has been edited by Mike Norvak: 13 September 2018 - 07:40 AM

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User is offline   Hank 

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Glad you found something.

To keep the main theme going, Inard is useful for making quick CAD drawings on the road; but it takes some getting used to. To make it work more like Mapster, you need to set the grid distances to your desire and then have Snap to grid On; etc. (It's unfortunate this feature only works for Pro :( )

p.s. I'm used to CAD style software for many years; if your find works, stick with it, no point spending cash for a maybe. :)

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