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Wince6 Paint / Draw / Photo Editing Free Apps
After a member asked for any good applications for painting /drawing on Windows Mobile devices, XDA member tekknogenius, who by the way is one of the oldest members around, decided to share two free programs to paint/draw: nfPencil and nfCanvas, both apps are from the same developer and are free tools. It has all the standard tools (color, brushes, effects, eraser, …) but the coolest feature is the layer support (only 2), that gives a good control over the editing process. The drawback is it’s memory footprint of 2.5MB, but it’s worth it.
Originally posted by tekknogenius
One of the better are either of the following…
nfPencil or nfCanvas
Look for Mobile Painting (cannot miss it really)
There is a QVGA and a VGA version of nfCanvas2 (hover over links to see program name in status bar)
Below nvcanfas section is the section for nfpencil (sketch program, with different paper textures, very nice)
FYI the site is in Japanese, but the software is in english LOL.
Very good software, even has layers…
Uploaded them here since I was feeling kind LOL, but you may still want to visit the site because I think there is a manual there (but it may be in Japanese) and some other stuff that may be of interest.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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