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OMGPOP CEO Announces Draw Something 2 Coming Soon

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OMGPOP CEO Dan Porter has confirmed that a sequel to the smash hit drawing game Draw Something is “coming soon.” The first screenshot of the new title was posted to Twitter by none other than TV host Ryan Seacrest shortly before Porter made the news official.

“I somehow convinced them to give me #DrawSomething2 first,” Seacrest wrote.

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Ink Is The Digital Napkin You Need For All Those Coffee Shop Ideas [Review]

Draw and share and nothing more

Draw and share and nothing more

The best ideas are famously (stereotypically, perhaps) captured on the back of a napkin. That’s the thing that’s been closest to hand at a zillion restaurant or coffee shop tables when great minds have got together and come up with something new.

Ink is a new, free digital napkin for the modern era. It’s also an exercise in minimalism, designed to replicate that napkin and the pencil you’d scribble on it with and nothing more.

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Lekh Diagram Is A Nice Free App, But You Need To Pay Up To Export [Review]

Lekh Diagram Is A Nice Free App, But You Need To Pay Up To Export [Review]

The premise: quick, simple diagrams…

Lekh Diagram is a clever and potentially useful diagramming app for iPad, “free” on the App Store, but not if you want to make serious use of it.

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Ingenious Pop App Lets You Design Apps On Paper [Review]

Ingenious Pop App Lets You Design Apps On Paper [Review]

Leander Kahney’s plans for world domination grow ever more ambitious

Ever had an idea for an app, but no way to record it? Worry no more: Pop is an ingenious free app for prototyping apps. You don’t need to know any code. All you need is a pencil and paper and an idea.

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uDraw HD. This Collaborative Drawing App Is Like An Artistic Glory Hole

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What happens if you give ten strangers the same piece of paper to draw on at the same time? Let’s up the stakes. Let’s make that paper a blank iPad screen, and let’s give all the “artists” the anonymity of the internet. This app exists, and it’s called uDraw HD.

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Check Out This Amazing Technicolor Chalk Portrait Of Steve Jobs From Last Weekend’s Palo Alto Arts Festival

Check Out This Amazing Technicolor Chalk Portrait Of Steve Jobs From Last Weekend’s Palo Alto Arts Festival

This weekend saw Palo Alto, California once again hosting its annual Festival of the Arts. The festival is known, amongst other things, for its yearly Italian Street Painting Expo, in which over sixty street artists take to the pavement to make elaborate paintings in chalk.

This year, to honor Palo Alto’s most famous adopted son, street artist Lawrence Viariseo did this amazing technicolor Steve Jobs portrait. Steve looks, perhaps, a little bit leonine in the painting, but that just makes it better: Apple’s founder always did have a thing for lions.

Check out the Vlariseo drawing the portrait below, courtesy of Flickr user Tim Roper. It’s a thing of beauty.

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Create Stunning Images On The Cheap With Pixelmator

Create Stunning Images On The Cheap With Pixelmator

Anyone taken a look at the price of a professional photo editing software package, lately? Yeah, we dare you.

Redditor jayfehr noticed that Apple design award winner Pixelmator is currently on the Mac App Store for a quarter of it’s regular ($60) price, coming in at a nice $14.99 for this fairly beautiful looking Mac OS X image editing and paint program.

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Paper For iPad Update Brings Exporting To PDF, Increases ‘Rewind’ History

Paper For iPad Update Brings Exporting To PDF, Increases ‘Rewind’ History

Your Paper notebooks are no longer stuck inside Paper.

Paper, the hugely popular iPad drawing app by FiftyThree, just got a new update that finally allows you to export your sketches as PDF documents, and introduces an increased “Rewind” history.

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Inkflow, A ‘Word Processor’ For Drawings

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It's no Penultimate, but Inkflow's price is certainly right

Inkflow is a new handwriting and drawing app for the iPad and iPhone, and it has one standout feature: you can select, move and resize anything on the page.

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Draw Something Updated With Swipe To Undo, Comments, Sharing With Facebook And Twitter

Draw Something Updated With Swipe To Undo, Comments, Sharing With Facebook And Twitter

Draw Something just got a stellar update.

Mega-popular Android and iOS app Draw Something has received a significant update that brings several new features and improvements. The ‘pull to refresh’ gesture has been implemented for loading new game updates, and you can now swipe with your finger to undo the last line you drew.

Drawings can now be shared directly with friends on Facebook and Twitter. You can also save your drawings locally to your smartphone.

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