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Scribble Kid iPad app

November 9, 2011 by Lucy in Apps, Latest with 0 Comments

 

Sometimes the simplest ideas are the best ones. Step forward Scribble Kid, a new app from Mile 26 Studios. Basically it’s the iPad equivalent of a pad of paper and felt tips with a few whizzy additions – a rainbow of colours, over 40 shapes and templates to play around with and the ability to take a photo and scribble all over it (handlebar tache for Movember anyone?). Every mini masterpiece is saved to your photo gallery ready to share with doting grandparents and art dealers worldwide. Oh, and did I mention it’s free?

 

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