Top Windows Apps for Surface Pen Users

If you love using Surface Pen, then you will love this list of amazing apps available on the Windows platform. These apps enable you to maximize the Surface Pen’s ability by adding some unique features that make your scribbling experience better.

1. Bamboo Paper

Crisp paper feel that entices the sketch artist in you, and you’d end up scribbling some of the best pictorials if you’re a Surface Pen fan. This is how Bamboo Paper will showcase itself. Six writing tools let you tweak your drawings in different styles, and users can add pictures and write over them. This app is available free of cost on Microsoft.

2. Leonardo

This app is undergoing beta development, but it has an inbuilt array of professional drawing tools that leverage your artistry to a whole new level. Some of the tools that come with the app are tons of brushes, grids and perspective lines, easy to navigate user interface and an infinite canvas. This app is available on the Microsoft, and the beta version comes at double this price.

3. Autodesk SketchBook

The Autodesk SketchBook is now available for free at Microsoft app store. This app showcases a range of surfaces on which even a beginner level Surface Pen user can scribble drawings with a wide range of brushes, tools and other features.

4. Drawboard PDF

This app is specifically designed for users who professionally work with PDFs. It let users merge multiple PDFs, and calibrate annotations for scale and also includes templates with a large number of grids and lines.

5. StaffPad

StaffPad lets users annotate music. The handwritten music can be converted automatically and precisely into an engraved score. And it also plays the creation once a piece of music has been written. This Surface app is available for $70 at the Microsoft app store.

6. Sketchable

The name defines the purpose of this app. It lets users create drawings, paintings and work on existing images and artwork. It manifests your creativity to an ulterior level with its wide range of tools. This app comes free of cost at the Microsoft store. Though, some features are only available in the paid version.

7. Collaboard

Collaboard can become the common platform for a team’s presentation needs. It enables multiple users to contribute to the whiteboard in real-time. It has Skype integration and allows fusion with PDFs, images, videos, and more. It has been specifically designed keeping the Surface device and Microsoft Hub in mind.

Alexa Thomson is an security expert who has worked with leading antivirus software companies. Owing to her expertise in security, finance, accountancy, and technology, her blogs have been published in leading magazines and platforms. Her favorite antivirus software writings come for Webroot support

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