When will Sketchbook Pro be available for WebOS??

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I recently bought a firesale HP Touchpad. I know lots of new Touchpad owners, including myself that would pay for a decent sketching/painting app. It would be nice to have Sketchbook Pro to play with.
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Ana

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Posted 4 years ago

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Robert Smith

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In the meantime android is almost available for your touchpad. Not sure if the market would work however.
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turnerkitty64

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This would be really nice. I don't want to put Android on my Touchpad because I like webOS so much more and I don't want to risk damaging my Touchpad.
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WebOS is dead. Without HP backing it no one will. Sorry.
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Mike Nash

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webOS is dead when USERS stop using and developing for it.
Agreed - the user base as it stands is stagnant but that still leaves the good developers a fairly decent amount of users to 'sell' the product to.
Unless you have insider knowledge of what Meg Whitman will be announcing I would suggest that webOS is still alive - even if not kicking terribly hard.
There are still dedicated developers and a thriving homebrew 'market'.
Don't write webOS off just yet - give it a couple more weeks :-(
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With WebOS gone Open source and free for personal use, will be now seeing a release of sketchbook Pro Touchpad edition possibly?

Thanks for your app's consideration!

DyingJedi

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