Qvik Sketch Pro for iPad review
Launch Qvik Sketch Pro and move your finger across the blank canvas and you’ll see that this is no ordinary sketching application. It uses some special algorithms to enhance your stroke to produce unique effects. You can, of course, change the type of brush you’re working with, including a no-frills brush, should you want one.
There are eight colours to choose from, but if you’re not happy with that selection you can pull up a colour wheel and choose any shade you desire.
Qvik Sketch Pro does feel like a work in progress, and as of version 1.3, a few annoying glitches are present, like the inability to access your entire photo library (it appears to be limited solely to the Saved Photos section, which are those created from the iPad itself). You can use the application on any iOS device though, which is a big plus.