Drawp Art Collaboration App
Drawp is an amazing new art app for kids. Drawp features drawing, coloring and painting creativity tools on an art engine that’s built for more professional applications. This means that kids can get even more creative than normal on an iPad. More and more kids are using iPads in and out of school. According to a recent Nielsen report, 48 percent of children aged 6-12 in the US asked for an iPad last holiday season. With children’s rampant usage of tablets and parents’ demanding schedules, it is important for apps to be more than just e-babysitters and meet parents’ and children’s broader educational needs. Drawp was created to address the need for parents, family, and friends to remain involved and responsive in all aspects of a child’s life.
Drawp is great for collaboration too. Using the app’s SimpleShare technology kids can share their creation or their assignment with a teacher, family members, DropBox, Google Drive or other students, all depending on the parameters that either teachers or parents set.
This makes it extremely easy for students to collaborate with each other and send projects back and forth. They can do it without sending links to projects and without having to go outside of the app for any reason.
For kids, students and artists, Drawps art engine gives the artist access to a full suite of tools that render in real time and with a crispness and clarity of apps designed for professional applications. Kids love the different styles of brushes and wide array of colors available, sparking their imaginations.
Drawp let 6 year old Tatum F try it out for a while and she absolutely loved it. We also got a chance to talk to Julia about Drawp and it’s place in the classroom. Check out the video below.