Infinite Painter

Infinite Painter

5,000 - 10,000 downloads

Pros
  • Ease of use
  • Complete tutorial
  • Amount of effects, layers and brushes
  • Professional tools
Cons
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Expert's Review
9.0
Awesome

"Mobile canvas"

Reviewed by / Apr 24, 2012

Infinite Painter allows you to bring out your creative side

This is the paid version of Infinite Painter which includes more effects, layers and many other edition resources.

Infinite Painter provides you a canvas with professional painting tools. It includes multitude of brushes designed to replicate realistic mediums. You can set color, brush, trace, effects... among many other stuff to create professional paintings just with your finger. And you ability, of course.

This is one of the most professional apps in this regard we've tried. It's specially recommended to be used on a Galaxy Note with stylus (actually, there's an specific optimized version for it). However, it can be used in any other smartphone or tablet. Accuracy on drawing will depend the screentouch response and screensize of your device, anyway, it's been optimized to offer a user-friendly experience.

You can save your project, apply layers, export the image with or without background. You can also import images from camera, gallery, Google image search or the current painting itself. After importing you can edit it to your own: re-size, rotate, flip, recolor...

Whatever you did expect from a painter app, you'll find in Infinite Painter.

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Developer's original description available here
Infinite Painter goes far beyond other raster-based graphics applications, bringing you fresh, innovative features that can’t be found anywhere else:

- 100+ brushes separated into categories
- Blend and mix colors
- Pressure-sensitivity and stylus support
- Trace and rub images
- Liquify mode
- Unlimited layers
- Project-playback from start to finish
- High-definition paintings (2048 x 2048)
- Import images from your camera, your gallery, or from the web
- Five types of symmetry - horizontal, vertical, angular, radial, and kaleidoscopic
- A pull out protractor to quickly create straight lines or circles
- Search millions of colors via ColourLovers.com
- Five drawing modes - normal, pen, rectangle, ellipse, and line
- Rotate and flip the canvas
- Fluid interface
- Reference images
- Export images as JPEG, PNG, or PSD
- Import from Infinite Design
- NVIDIA DirectStylus support
- Optimized for the Wacom Cintiq Companion Hybrid and other stylus devices, assign functions for the finger, the stylus, and for the hardware

**If you have a Galaxy Note, search for your version of this app**

Recently changed in this version

v3.0.6

-Fixed layouts on some devies
-Fixed missing Liquify tool on some devices
-Fixed force close issue when rasterizing image
-Fixed lag in brushes
-Fixed liquify not redoing

v3.0.5

-Added Harmony (Sketcher) brushes
-Liquify mode
-Moved files to Infinite Studio folder to prepare for cross-app content sharing
-Faster undo / redo
-Customize the color wheel in the Settings
-Organized settings into categories
-Added stylus tilt support and a setup screen for the Wacom Cintiq Companion Hybrid


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Comments and ratings for Infinite Painter
  • (66)

    by Ron Michel on 21/06/2014

    great product

  • (66)

    by Mark Lundy on 16/06/2014

    Very laggy. I had high hopes for this app. Used the free version on my tablet and liked it. Very fast and usable. Decided to buy the paid version for my note 3. Left me disappointed. Unfortunate. Hopefully the devs get this fixed. I will not bad mouth the app further. I know alot goes into the development of these apps. I appreciate the hard work of the Devs and hope they fix this issue soon. Goin

  • (66)

    by L P on 02/06/2014

    This app houses a lot of good stuff but the brushes are laggy and in desperate need of optimization. The support for Wacom companion hybrid is very cool but due to the lag it's tedious to add detail to your works. More stars coming when the brushes are competitive to Autodesks Sketch app

  • (66)

    by Joel CoppockIII on 31/05/2014

    Very awesome app. One thing though, can you add a marquee tool?

  • (66)

    by Justin Pinero on 24/05/2014

    I've used Sketchbook, Inked, Photoshop, and even other small guys like Artflow, and none of them delivered in spades the way Infinite Painter has. With stabilized tools strong enough to compensate for my carpal tunnel--even without pressure sensitivity on my Galaxy Tab 3-- Infinite Painter has allowed me to migrate almost my entire work flow to my tablet. While still just buggy enough to prevent a

  • (66)

    by Bart Schuck on 22/05/2014

    Still figuring out how to use this. One small problem I found- If I try to duplicate the one and only layer, the first time I try I get a blank layer instead of the duplicate I wanted. When I select a 2nd time, it works. ( Samsung note Pro 12.2)

  • (66)

    by Paul Purton on 12/05/2014

    But destroyed what I had done over weeks. Massively deflating. My art My Art. How does it stuff things up so much to simply delete what I had done. Will give a higher rating if the directory issues with kit kat or my phone are sorted. Because it is a good paint program and the incorporation of image search plus a gallery to show my art. Which I never got to do. I was getting to grips with it too.