A Windows Surface Pen User? Here Are The Top Drawing Apps For You

The Surface Pen is one of the best tools artists use when creating projects and artworks. This makes the most out of your Surface PC as well because of its many features and capabilities. However, to maximize the ability of the Surface Pen, it’s best that you use the right apps.

Here are they:

Bamboo Paper

The Surface Pen app brings your artworks to life. Take for example opening a Bamboo Paper. Touching the screen will give you a feeling of just like touching real paper. You can also takenotes using the handy writing tools in the app.

There are six choices you can choose from. You can also add photos to the pages or perhaps write over them if you feel like doing it. Feel free to share ideas to other platforms. And yes, it’s a free app.

StaffPad

Annotating music has never been this easier. StaffPad makes it easy for beginners and experts alike to annotate and create music. Handwrite your music with ease thanks to its precise and automatic conversion and engraved score.

You can then lt StaffPad play your creation once you’re through writing. Just be prepared, though, to spend a bit of cash as it’s $70 in the Microsoft store. Still feel curious? Then check whatmobile.net to learn more about this app.

Collaboard

Collaboard is a great app for Surface devices. It also works well if you have a Microsoft Hub. Many describe it as a digital whiteboard which fosters a sense of camaraderie over entire teams as it lets multiple users contribute to it in real time.

There’s also an auto integration for Skype for Business. And yes, it’s compatible with videos, PDFs, images, and more. It’s free to download at Microsoft.

What do you think of the apps? Do you agree? If you’ve got other thoughts, feel free to share them in the comments section below. We’d be happy to hear from you.