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PhatSketch for Windows Mobile Smartphone
Posted on 1-Aug-2006 22:59. | Tags Filed under: Software.

PhatSketch for Windows Mobile Smartphone
Want a new place to doodle? How about on your smartphone? With the new PhatSketch software from PhatWare Corp., you can do just that. Users are now able to draw connecting vertical and horizontal lines by using the up/down/left/right keys on the smartphone keypad or the full keyboard. PhatSketch allows you to move the position of the cursor and begin drawing lines from any location. By pressing the OK button, you can set markers at the current cursor location. Two markers can be connected to create either an arrow, line, or circle. Three or more markers can be connected to create lines or curves.

Using the phone's keypad, you have the ability to delete the last stroke or the last marker and redo or undo the last action. Additionally, you can animate the drawing, which slowly redraws the strokes used to originally create the sketch. With 42 text and background colors, PhatSketch allows users to change a range of options that help create colorful and engaging drawings. Extra features also include the ability to change the speed of the cursor, and the ability to insert background images. Once done, sketches can be saved as JPEG, PNG or BMP files which can then be emailed to your friends.

  • Fun & Entertaining - create colorful and engaging drawings on your Smartphone anywhere.
  • Intuitive User Interface - allows you to start using PhatSketch right away.
  • 42-color palette - you can use different ink and background colors.
  • Background image support - you can load any JPEG, PNG or Bitmap image as the drawing's background.
  • Variable cursor speed - you can change the speed of the cursor while drawing lines.
  • Advanced editing features - with your phone's keypad you can draw lines, move cursor, insert marker, connect markers
  • with arrows, curves, and circles, undo/redo last action, and more.
  • JPEG/PNG/Bitmap support - save your drawings as JPEG, Bitmap, or PNG images to exchange your drawing with others.
  • Animation - you can even animate the sketch, which will mimic the strokes you used to originally create the sketch.

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