The holiday weekend has finally arrived. Time to pack your suitcases, load up the car, and hit the road for some fun. Before you can start you need to pick out a few items for the kids to keep them entertained. It's definitely the most important thing you can't be without. Looking through BlackBerry App World I happened to spy with my little eye this cute little gem that's sure to win over your kids with hours of fun.
Galaxy Painting by Rasmus Wriedt Larsen is a pretty nifty drawing tool for kids and adults of all ages. What caught my attention is that it's different from your average drawing app. All you do is drag your finger across the screen and a gorgeous array of different colored lines and points appear. They definitely stand out on the PlayBook's display. Your child can create all sorts of interesting and odd designs and be amazed watching how each image comes to life. There are endless possibilities as your child uses their imagination.
Drawing settings are adjustable and each masterpiece is easily saved by pressing the cog icon or by using the volume buttons to take a screen shot. Comments suggested there was an issue when hiding the cog (to widen the drawing area) not reappearing. However, I found that if you don't touch the screen for more than two seconds it comes back.
- Multi touch
- Save your result as JPG
- Change settings to create new drawing styles
I guess I'm just a kid at heart for enjoying this. Galaxy Painting is available at BlackBerry App World for free. So why not pick this up today and make this your child's next favorite app. Thanks Michelle.
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