The New York-based startup has launched its social drawing platform for Apple’s smaller-screened devices today, and as with the tablet version, it’s free to download and comes with pretty much the same tools and features.
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Users can choose from a range of drawing implements, as well as a resizable erase, letting anyone transform doodles into works of art. Well, sort of. They can also be published for the community, or made private.
We were big fans of Doodle.ly when it first arrived for iPad back in 2012, so we’re sure the iPhone version will go down a storm too.
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