The age of autocorrect is truly becoming more and more prevalent as Trace 2.0 shows. The original Trace app made the art of drawing more social. It allowed a variety of visually creative individuals to critique and be critique. Psfk explains that it comes "complete with analytics of who is viewing your work, and how."
Still targeting designers, architects, photographers, animators and more, the Trace 2.0 app is decked out with even more functionality. Most notably is the filter feature that works similarly to the pre-established filters on Instagram. Co-creator Anna Kenoff states, "Similar to the revolution in digital photography that allowed us to [choose] the film after the photo was taken; trace 2.0 repositions the medium within the drawing process."
The Trace 2.0 app was created by Morpholio. It is now available for purchase.
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