Who’s up for some quick doodling? Google Chrome just launched a new and interesting web app for its users to test out.
Chrome Canvas; Google Chrome’s new experiment, is similar to its other experiments. Quick, fun and all that web app needs.
This latest experiment of Google is a browser-based drawing tool. Google’s Chrome Canvas is launched without any fanfare but is predicted to be one that will be appreciated widely.
Here’s Everything You Need To Know About The New Web App:
Not much to know, it has only 5 tools to work on with.
Like I said above, it’s primarily about doodling initially. The tools that one can work with includes, a pen, a pencil, charcoal, an, and a marker.
Google’s latest experiment, Chrome Canvas, isn’t much updated for the professionals. Apparently, if you move the cursor in high speed it will be unable for the web app to keep up. This will either make the cursor stop or force it to draw a line towards the cursor. Whether you wanted to draw a curve, it will draw a line.
Well, that’s how bossy the web app can be in the web design world.
So, Why Is There So Much Hype?
You must be thinking why on earth this web app is in the technology news after having nothing worth the hype. Well here is the answer:
IT IS FOR FREE!
Unlike other web apps for drawing, the Chrome Canvas can be enjoyed for free. And the good part is, that this web app is not only for the Chrome users but it can be used in any modern web browser.
But the main reason why I can’t wait to try this app is that it’s super distracting! And me being the super lazy person at work, this web application is everything I can ever want.