+ Bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Great substitute for an Elmo projector
We've been hounding our administration for years to get us Elmo projectors for use in our writing classrooms so that we can quickly project and annotate writings done in class by students, to no avail. Now it looks like we won't need them, since Air Sketch may be used in combination with the Scan to PDF app and our classroom beam projector to very quickly get student work up on the screen for review and comments. To improve this app, I'd like to see a keyboard input and the ability to put text boxes on the screen. That way I could much more quickly put legible notes in the margins of a piece of writing I'm commenting on, perhaps to use in combination with drawn arrows and highlighting, which is already available. As is, though, this is already terrifically useful. Well done.
Not good for pdf annotation—at least for me
I was excited about this app, installed it as soon as I found it. My hope was to open a presentation saved as a PDF and to annotate. Unfortunately I find no way to do this. The description on the App Store seems to indicate I can do this, but I am not finding an “open in” menu that includes air sketch. I notice almost all the reviews are very old.
Excellent app that does exactly what it says it will do without loading you down with extras.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.