Nov 9, 2008 1:08 PM –
BlueBrush lets you draw with friends, sharing the same canvas from anywhere in the world. You can easily draw on maps or photos, and the infinite canvas means you’ll never run out of room.
Maybe not one of the most useful Android apps, but great for keeping you or the kids entertained.
Ease of Use:
There is a slight learning curve because there are a lot of finger drawing features. Once you do learn how to use BlueBrush, it should be fairly easy to finger paint your creations.
BlueBrush features: Drawing tools, Resizing, Undo/Redo, Saving, Sharing, Pan, Rotate and Zoom options. You can also share a group canvas and draw with friends using your Google Talk ID.
Drawing tools consist of paint brush, eraser, paint bucket fill, type text and shapes. You can set the opacity (transparency) and thickness of your paint strokes. You can draw on top of pics in your SD card or on a map. Under the Resizing icons; there is resize and move option, simply drag a rectangle around your object and move it or use the controls to rotate or resize it. Using the Hand tool allows you to pan around your drawing area, you are not confined to the window you initially see. BlueBrush offers you infinite space to draw on if needed. There are also features to start a New, Open, Save and Share a drawing with; Email, Gmail, MMS Text Message or even PicSay.
The frequency of use is a personal preference. Those who enjoy doodling, finger painting or need a way to kill time, they’ll use BlusBrush often.
The user interface is pretty advanced, but can also attribute to the level of difficulty in using the app. Tapping the side panels reveals the hidden menu options. There is no Help file so discover is the best way to learn how to use it effectively.