Sketchable updated with new Surface Dial features, stroke stabilization
Sketchable is aiming to make your lines more stable and your Surface Dial more useful in its latest update.
A fresh update is now rolling out to Sketchable, adding in a new stroke stabilization feature as well as some new ways to use your Surface Dial.
In a blog post covering the update, the Sketchable team explains that version 18.104.22.168 will make your lines a little smoother, countering occasional pen jitter when slowly drawing diagonal lines. Stroke stabilization is available at a tap, giving artists a place to choose how tight or loose their stabilization ramp will be.
Additionally, Sketchable has bolstered its Surface Dial support with some new features, including custom haptic feedback and a press and turn gesture, that have been enabled with the Creators Update. Given Sketchable was among the first apps to support the unique accessory, it's good to see the team refining its interactions.
Here's a look at all of the latest changes hitting Sketchable with this update:
- Stroke stabilization
- New Creators Update Dial Features:
- Press and turn
- Custom haptic feedback
- Suppression of system menu
- General bug fix and maintenance
If you already own Sketchable, you can grab the update to version 22.214.171.124 now. Otherwise, you can pick up the app for free on the Windows Store to give it a shot.
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Is this a completely free app, or do you have to pay for certain pencils? Does it have layer support?
Sketchable is free to dowload with a single IAP that costs $19.99. You will need to purchase the add-on to access layers.