Wacom’s Bamboo is just plain silly. No layers, a fixed and limited palette.
Autodesk’s Sketchbook Pro is quite good but I can’t get it to work on my Nexus 9 (crashes when accepting the license terms), and in the end I find Corel Painter Mobile a lot more flexible, actually working fine most of the time, and well worth £2.75 for the licensed full version. I am happy to pay and happy to play.
Adrift. Silicon stylus on Nexus 7 and Corel Painter Mobile.
- 10 of the best Android apps for drawing, painting and sketching (phonearena.com)
- Best new apps of the week: Autodesk SketchBook Mobile and Clips (appadvice.com)
- 5 of the Best Drawing Apps for Android (maketecheasier.com)