If you were thinking of getting InkPad for the iPad but were sitting on the fence you might find this review over at fingerpainted useful.

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6 comments

  1. Thanks for the link to the review. I bought this app the moment you posted it's arrival at the app store and I completely agree with Fingerpainted's review. For me this is a great “practice pad” for the pen tool …. now I can practice anytime I have my iPad in front of me instead of sitting in front of the computer with Illustrator. I'm easily transferring SVGs to my computer and then into Illustrator for further refining. Mobile vector creation at it's best and my path creation is greatly improving!

  2. Thanks for the link to the review. I bought this app the moment you posted it's arrival at the app store and I completely agree with Fingerpainted's review. For me this is a great “practice pad” for the pen tool …. now I can practice anytime I have my iPad in front of me instead of sitting in front of the computer with Illustrator. I'm easily transferring SVGs to my computer and then into Illustrator for further refining. Mobile vector creation at it's best and my path creation is greatly improving!

  3. Thanks for the link to the review. I bought this app the moment you posted it's arrival at the app store and I completely agree with Fingerpainted's review. For me this is a great “practice pad” for the pen tool …. now I can practice anytime I have my iPad in front of me instead of sitting in front of the computer with Illustrator. I'm easily transferring SVGs to my computer and then into Illustrator for further refining. Mobile vector creation at it's best and my path creation is greatly improving!

  4. Thanks for the link to the review. I bought this app the moment you posted it's arrival at the app store and I completely agree with Fingerpainted's review. For me this is a great “practice pad” for the pen tool …. now I can practice anytime I have my iPad in front of me instead of sitting in front of the computer with Illustrator. I'm easily transferring SVGs to my computer and then into Illustrator for further refining. Mobile vector creation at it's best and my path creation is greatly improving!

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