January 29, 2009 in Entertainment (E)
[prMac.com] Seattle, WA - Candywriter, the developer of the naughty Zit Picker, today showed its nice side with the release of Doodle Bug, the first accelerometer-based drawing app for iPhone and iPod touch. Gentle tilting of the device enables Doodle Bug artists to coax a paintbrush-carrying ladybug around the screen.
At a Doodle Bug artist's disposal is a wide spectrum of ink colors and the ability to adjust the bug's size and speed. Clever screen placement and use of transparency allows tools to be tucked away in "drawers," thereby allowing an artist the reign of the entire iPhone screen as his or her canvas.
Doodle Bug is designed to provide a challenging yet entertaining mobile doodling experience for all ages. Doodle Bug artists are encouraged to submit their finished works for placement in the app's online gallery.
* Accelerometer-based drawing
* Change the color, size, and speed of Doodle Bug as you wish
* Drag and drop Doodle Bug to change locations instantly
* Touch your screen with two fingers for invisible ink
* Auto-save feature allows you to resume your doodle at anytime
* Save your doodles to your photo library
* Relaxing music and interface
Pricing and Availability:
Doodle Bug 1.0 for iPhone is only $0.99 (USD) and available exclusively through Apple's App Store.
Located in Seattle, Washington, Candywriter produces creative software for Mac OS X, iPhone, and, grudgingly, sometimes Windows. Copyright 2009 Candywriter. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple, Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.