Edit: After half day, my wife’s Mac started having the same problem. I have then applied the solution that I found in the Apple
Doodley for iOS App Review
Artistic talent is one of those infuriating things that comes annoyingly naturally to some people, who can rush out a sketch that looks more lifelike than anything I put any time and effort into. I envy people who can take one look at a person or a sight and then quickly reproduce it themselves with a few scribbles, which is why the existence of all these different artistic apps is so good for people like me. While many of us have artistic ambitions, we do not all have the talent to go with it so it is nice to have so many apps able to fill that gap for us and allow us to reproduce all the wonderful sights the world has to offer. Doodley Moore is available from the App Store now and it is completely free.
Doodley Moore is an artistic app that is deceptively simple but you can do a lot with it. In fact, the possibilities are almost endless, limited only by the images you can get onto the screen of your device and since it comes with cameras, we have a lot of freedom indeed. Doodley Moore is compatible with the iPhone and iPod Touch but for the best results you should use it on the iPad if you can as the larger screen gives you more flexibility.
The app is a basic drawing program and you can indeed start from scratch if you so desire but then that would only make it exactly the same as every other drawing program Where it differs is in its ability draw over an image, a screen capture or even a live video feed. If you find it difficult to do a decent life drawing then never fear; with Doodley Moore you can put the real-life image in the screen and then draw over it. Whether you wish to trace over the image and copy it or even enhance it with your own embellishments, the choice is yours and it is made easier with this app’s abilities.
Doodley Moore is very easy to use. Simply turn the camera on and then scan your surroundings as you search for the perfect shot. When you are happy with the way it is framed on the screen, tap it and the image will freeze. After this you can use a brush or a pen tool to sketch over the captured image, while there is also an eraser option in case you make any mistakes.
What you choose to do with the image is up to you and, while the interface is very basic and offers minimal options, you can still do a lot with your captured images. The app is easy to use and you can have a completed sketch within minutes of starting the camera. Once it is complete you can then save it and share it via email or to your various social networks. Doodley Moore is a fun little append well worth a look.