You love competing with your friends, don’t you? Take it to be any competition in school or sports meet, we love to challenge our best friends and then compare the results just to check out who’s the best. But this competition is friendly and not meant for the winning and losing parties. The same thing is valid for someone’s creativity. You don’t really compare two pieces of art. What you do is appreciate them both separately as both of them are in a manner unique. But what if we mix both friendship and creativity in a single container? We get DoodleBook!
DoodleBook though is not any app from Google nor it has anything to do with their Doodles, but the app still resembles the same creativity. The app has been developed by DoodleBook and is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch and iPad and requires iOS 5.0 or later version of the OS.
You start from a prop which may be a straight line or any irregular curve of short length. Then, you have to capitalize on that short geometric piece and create your shape. The shape may be anything from an animal to a building or a monument. Just imagine anything and fit that short piece in your drawing. But remember to use that piece for something relevant portion so that it may look that you have actually modified your thinking with that given prop.
There are three game modes: DoodlePlay, DoodleDare and DoodleDig. DoodlePlay allows you to play with your friends or strangers. You can invite friends from Facebook, email or randomly select any user. It’s a friendly match where you start off with the same prop and can compare both of your works after submitting. If you are looking for some competitive stuff, then you can go for DoodleDare. It is a timed competition where you can choose your opponent in the same manner as you did for DoodlePlay. But it takes some of your coins as the entry fee. While in-game, you can also take advantage of some tools to take that extra edge against your competitor. The different tools can either increase your time or show you some of the other doodles created by users with the same prop. You can buy these tools against some of your coins. Once you are done with the doodle, it will be submitted to the DoodleBook community where other users will decide the winner.
DoodleDig is the name of the community where you can check out the different doodles created by other members. You can also like and comment on their doodles and share them. There is lot of stuff to check out and the new original content keeps on coming.
The interface of the app is nicely designed. You can readily check out the different areas as well as it fits well even on the small iPhone screen and you can easily operate the app. Though there is nothing much available in the drawing tools other than the different ink pens, it’s fits the entire theme to focus on the creativity while keeping other departments intact.
The app is available in the App Store for free but it is ad supported. The ad-free version is available for $1.99 via in-app purchase along with some other useful purchases. You can check out the app in the App Store now and do tell us if you liked it or not.
Pros: unique and creative concept; addictive; in-app community; free.
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