Take note that it is necessary you also download the Adobe AIR app from the Google Play store to run this, as it's dependent on the runtime environment.
(Disclaimer: Please, please, PLEASE do not download this app if you're looking for something professionally made and completely stable. This is a school project - there are lots of way better apps out there for making artworks on your phone! Speaking of which, this is only for phones. Not tablets, or anything with really big dimensions.)
Now, about the actual features of the app:
- Create art with three sizes of brushes and erasers, and a selection of 8 colours! (Okay, technically 7, since black is a shade, not a colour.)
- Name and save creations for later viewing or editing (they save to a folder called "QuickPaintings")
- Take a picture with the camera to use as a canvas (great for quickly drawing mustaches on people)
- Load an image from the camera gallery or from previously saved artworks to use as a canvas
And that's about it!
One last note, this was tested heavily on the Android emulator and a Samsung Galaxy SII. Which means...if you're going to run it on something that's not one of those things, no guarantees on functionality. Sorry! I didn't have any other resources available for the project...(the camera feature seems to be extremely temperamental, so it's the most likely feature to get all glitchy on you)
Hope you have fun using this app!
(Please don't review this product. It really is just a school project. So I also can't offer great support for it, though I'll try my best...)