Monday, July 9, 2018

Best Drawing Apps of 2018


BEST ANSWER: Sketchbook by Autodesk

# of Votes: 11 out of 23 sites
Best Description Award: igeeksblog.com
Google Search Rank as of July 2018: 18-20
Alexa Global Rank as of July 2018: 23,115


Autodesk SketchBook Drawing iPad App Screenshot
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The biggest highlight of Autodesk SketchBook is the extensive collection of over 170 brushes that enable you to draw wonderful arts. The other notable thing about it is that you can customize your favorite brushes in line with your requirement.
The rapid UI mode allows you to quickly access tools. As it’s been optimized to work with the dominant iPad Pro and Apple Pencil, you will be able to create the professional design.
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TOP 2: Artflow

# of Votes: 8 out of 23 sites
Best Description Award: itechhacks.com
Google Search Rank as of July 2018: 23-25
Alexa Global Rank as of July 2018: 66,496


Best Drawing Apps for Android (2018 Edition)
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This app turns your Android device into a sketchbook! It is totally free to download and use. However, there are some features which might require a premium account which might cost you somewhere between $3 to $5 approximately. 



Some of the worth mentioning features of ArtFlow include infinite undo and redo option, it supports Pressure sensitive pen, GPU accelerated paint engine, brightness, and saturation along with color adjustment, etc. These were some of the many features of this drawing app. Another amazing fact about this app is that it has an NVIDIA DirectStylus support.


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TOP 3: Procreate

# of Votes: 8 out of 23 sites
Best Description Award: popsci.com
Google Search Rank as of July 2018: 12-14
Alexa Global Rank as of July 2018: 6,683


Procreate
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It's fast, powerful, and easy to pick up, with a whopping 128 brush types to pick from and high-resolution canvases that let you get down to the tiniest of details. 

You can also create custom brushes of your own—with your pick of textures, strengths, and shapes—if you need even more options. Oh, and it also offers an intuitive way to combine layers, a wide choice of filters you can slap over your work, and extra features like blurring.

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#4: Adobe Illustrator 

Draw# of Votes: 5 out of 23 sites
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#5: Pixelmator

# of Votes: 4 out of 23 sites


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#6: 

Adobe Photoshop Sketch

# of Votes: 3 out of 23 sites 

Adobe Photoshop Sketch
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Sketch by Sony

# of Votes: 3 out of 23 sites


Sketch by Sony
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#7: 

Artrage 

2 out of 23 sites


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Medibang Paint

2 out of 23 sites


Best Drawing Apps for Android (2018 Edition)
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Paperdraw


2 out of 23 sites


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Ibis Paintx


2 out of 23 sites


Best Drawing Apps for Android (2018 Edition)
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Tayasui Sketches


2 out of 23 sites


Tayasui Sketches
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Graphics 


2 out of 23 sites


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Inspire Pro


2 out of 23 sites


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Where does our data come from?

How we judge?

  • Relevant articles only in Google's Top 50 Search Results with a query "Best Drawing Apps" were included. In this case, we found 21 relevant results out of 50.
  • Youtube videos, outdated articles, duplicate contents and spam sites were excluded. In this case, we found 15 out of 50.
  • Irrelevant results were, of course, excluded. In this case, we found 14 out of 50.



Other stats we found:

  • Estimated Google Search Relevancy: ~ 72%