Krita is a free and open-source graphics editor for desktop platforms, and whereas it was initially developed as a competitor to GIMP, it was later retooled right into a digital portray program. An Android port has been within the works for some time, and it is now out there on the Play Retailer as an Early Entry construct.
I am not an artist by any means, and I’ve no earlier expertise with Krita, nevertheless it does look like the full-fledged editor ported to cell. The interface is roughly the identical, however the menu bar has been changed with barely extra touch-friendly overflow menu. The massive bar might be streamlined in the future, however you possibly can disguise it by deciding on View > Full display screen, and bringing it again solely requires tapping the again button in your machine.
The app works very properly on my Galaxy Tab S6, full with strain sensitivity assist for the S-Pen. All the identical keyboard and pen shortcuts look like practical too; I can maintain down on the S-Pen’s button and drag the pen to pan across the picture, for instance. The brand new Android port can also be nice information for Chromebooks — whereas the Linux model was already out there, stylus strain sensitivity doesn’t work on Linux purposes on Chrome OS.
You possibly can obtain Krita from the Play Retailer on the hyperlink under. It is solely formally out there for tablets and Chromebooks, however in the event you actually need to apply it to a cellphone, grab the APK from APKMirror.