Just want to doodle like crazy, and no pen and paper in sight?!
Here comes Doodle Book! Ease your itch with its dozens of original patterns and smart tools (with optional soothing sounds), and doodle like there’s no tomorrow or draw with no fear of the daunting blank page!
Open the app and choose a pattern that suits your mood. And just doodle carelessly, improvise a collection of bearmojis, make fish and sweets rain altogether… Or free your drawing spirit and let your imagination run wild: festive crowd, glorious architecture, futuristic microcosm… there’s no limit!
Extravagant doodling or intricate masterpiece, enjoy a moment of pure relaxation or intense creativity!
Post to Community Updated and small bugs corrected.
Features : New pages, new watercolor brush, Marker tool and new design tool bar.
Vertical orientation on iPad and a new browsing pages options
All users who downloaded Doodle Book App before this update will now have access to its full version with all Pro tools and features.
Ratings and Reviews
New update is bad
I have used this app very much and it is so amazing! I recommend it to anyone as it lets your creativity flow! I have bought the premium and may I say it is wonderful and for only a few pounds I love it!
But with this new update there are a few great things and a few bad. First, I LOVE the new tool and I just finished a drawing when the update came out and I was so annoyed that I couldn’t have used it sooner!
Now the bad. The watercolour is no use to me! I used to blend it with other colours but now when I change the colour it dries and I can’t blend it together to form a gradient! This is really frustrating and annoying so I do wish there would be a solution to the problem. (Maybe a switch in setting so that I can use blending or not for the watercolour!)
I definitely will use the app in the future but I won’t use the watercolour as much. I still LOVE the new tool though!
Developer Response ,
Many thanks for taking the time to submit this review.
We're glad that the new Doodle Book 2 update pleased you.
We will take your watercolor suggestions into consideration,
Tayasui Dev Team
It’s a good simple app
Not every drawing app out there is supposed to be photoshop level tools, Doodle Book is all about emulating mainly the art of doodling with a pen or pencil on a notepad or various paper like when you’re talking on the phone. Simple, effective and quite nice. There’s no over the top features, you can use your finger or Apple Pencil if you have an iPad Pro, it doesn’t support pressure sensitivity which isn’t a deal breaker, it could have it but it’s not really necessary. The tools all have a slight opacity so you can get a darker tone going over yourself, and the various stock papers are really nice, there’s a lot to choose from. They could try implementing a gallery like Procreate which saves your doodles and you create a new document choosing your paper stock, rather than flicking through your pages as they are, like a book (I can see why they did this).
Overall it’s a great little app that you should try, and maybe support the developer by getting the upgrade version (you can try for 1hour) which unlocks the watercolour brush and choosing your colour. There’s certainly potential!
Barely used it but already love it, simple clever but concept, I’ve always doodled in paper (never been particularly good at drawing though), even today if I have a pice of paper and a pen I’ll start doodling around but obviously having paper and pen is a bit rare these days, I think I’ll be using this a lot. On top of it the app is just gorgeous and a pleasure to use.
Would be great if to be able to rotate the page.
- yann le coroller
- 84.3 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
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- In-App Purchases
- Doodle Book Pro £1.99
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.