Just a few short months after eDrawings Pro for iPad was released, this week we see a further expansion of the eDrawings Apps.
A change of names, now just called eDrawings and eDrawings Pro the Apps are now available for all “i” touch devices.
Having previously used eDrawings on the iPad I was interested to see what it would be like to use on the iPhone. The answer, well remarkably the same!
To start I opened Dropbox and opened the same Cabinet that I have previously used on the iPad2
As Dropbox can’t open the file it gives you Options of Apps to Open
On opening it showed up a Memory Warning but so did the iPad2
Once opened I had no further Memory warnings and that included when using any of the tools. As well as rotating, panning or Zooming!
Rotate to Landscape and shown full screen
Because of the screen size at first the Side bars seem to encroach a little. The buttons and icon couldn’t be any smaller (at least not for my stubby fat fingers!) and it didn’t take long for me to not be distracted by the sidebars. Using the Measurement Tool
Parts, Configurations, the ability to hide, change transparency and isolate individual parts
The Isolated Part
eDrawings Pro has all the functionality of the desktop version of eDrawings but all on a device that you can carry in your pocket. How can you go wrong with that!
If viewing eDrawings on a Tablet was cool then there has to be something extra cool about viewing them on a Phone!
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