Sketchable app, today, received an update in the Windows Store. Sketchable is a UWP app which allows you to scribble a note, snap and edit a pic, import and augment an image, or paint a masterwork.
You can then easily share it all with your friends and family.
The update brings quite a few features among them the support for flipping the palettes for left-handed people.
Here is what is new:
Version number: Varies by device
- Portrait and square journal sizes are now supported.
- Also includes bug fixes for various issues, including flipping the palettes for lefties.
- Create the highest resolution journals possible on your device with personalized names, covers, and sizes ranging common screen sizes, hard copy sizes, up to 4k on the x64.
- Color Picker – make adjustments to hue, value, and saturation while navigating to your ideal color or simply use the dropper to select one.
- Customize UI – Settings controls allow the user to manipulate the size and color of the UI.
- GPU accelerated tools and canvas fuel smooth interactions.
- Photoshop PSD Export – Move your mobile work into an industry standard desktop application.
- Layers (Premium Feature) – Add, Place, Paste, Rearrange, transform, and merge layers. Now up to 32!
- Stroke Preview (Premium Feature) – Make quick adjustments or delve into the numerous controls of each tool.
- Masks (Premium Feature) – Select a shape and mark off a section of the canvas that cannot be edited.
- Stencils (Premium Feature) – Snap to a selected shape for crisp lines and curves.
- Paint Bucket (Premium Feature) – Quickly fill an area of your canvas
- Transform (Premium Feature) – Position a layer with scale, position, rotation.
- Symmetry (Premium Feature) – Choose between one or two axis and position them anywhere on the canvas.
- Canvas Rotation – orient the canvas to accomodate the angle of your wrist movement.
You can download/update the app from Windows Store