App of the Week: Clarisketch


Clarisketch is still in its beta mode but it seems like a useful tool to have on mobile devices. This app allows you to annotate on pictures and create narrated pictures. You either take a picture or choose one from your camera roll, draw on it, while also adding a narration to it. This is an excellent way to explain ideas as it combines voice and visuals.

Once you’re done, hit the share button and choose a privacy option – public or private. The best thing about the app is that the recipient doesn’t need to have the app installed to view it because it plays on any browser. You can share your Clarisketch via email, Facebook, or Google Plus. If you’re still not convinced or if you’re wondering how you could use the app, head to their website and look at a few examples to help you get you started.

It’s currently only available to android users. Clarisketch can be download from Google Play.


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