As with many apps it's evolved, and I'm not entirely sure I like the new version as much.
This pic was drawn with the free version of the app, but using the layers feature as a free 1hr trial, which is a neat way to test a tool before coughing up for it.
(In fact after digging around in the settings I found I had bought the extras some time ago, and was able to restore them.)
In the pro version it's also possible to swap the undo function from a two finger left swipe to a button... far easier, as with all drawing apps sometimes the gesture registers as a line which means you have another thing to undo...
Today's #ltasketchaday challenge was draw ... blubber
so I sketched a whale
The share functions are iOS defaults, but usefully for LTA type folk it includes the option to send to Nearpod.
A load of reviewers compare sketches with the Paper app, soley on the basis that both organise sketches into little pretend book- Albums in this case.
The app also offers support for a wide range of active styli... none of which I have at the minute... (The Adonit, the Pencil (from Paper makers 53), the Wacom stylus2, the Adobe ink, the pogo active and the Sensu brush) but it works ok with "finger painting" even with my fat fingers as long as you are happy zooming in and out to get strokes to match up.