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Lack of Brand supported Drawing software

(Topic created: 02-25-2022 01:22 PM)
Zamiake
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So for a loooong time ive wanted a drawing software that was made for android because of better prices on their tablet lines. However Adobe recently dropped support of their drawing software and its no longer usable.

However samsung is putting out better and better tablets with S pens, but no good software at all to use for them. Samsung prices beat out microsofts surface pro in price, but that incentive is lost due to no android software equal to adobes software for drawning. There is Ibis paint, but it has ads with no way to turn it off. 

If samsung was to launch a quality software useable for professional artists and hobbists for a better price then microsoft. Seeming as digital arts are gaining alot of popularity it could be a good cash cow samsung. I'd love to have tab6 s lite with s pen and reasonable software, but at the moment im honestly thinking about getting a surface pro 8 at $1k. Ive been trying the software on android and it wont cut it. Ive had classes on digital arts and nothing on android compares to adobe.

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