Painter on the Android and iOS are both the same, that is Infinite Painter. The progress and development of the software is strong and going forward. It is a very good software with a great user interface that makes everything you want to do as easy as on a desktop computer. Working on a tablet is standard even for professional artists, designers and illustrators.
SketchBook Pro app on Android made a new release last week. It is such a great app! I use it on my tablet(s) as well as on my desktop. Sometimes even on my phone.
Procreate upgrades now and then...maybe the best art app of them all.
Clip studio just had a release on iOS.
Many more good software could be in this list.
Painter Mobile is not a bad app on my Android Galaxy Tab S3, not at all. Especially the watercolour brushes are very good. But the development seems to have stopped. Has it?
I happen to be interested in the mobile apps for painting and illustrating. Painter maybe abandoned by Corel (for now or forever) but I think there is a potential market for the Corel Painter Mobile if just some more functionality is added. I'll be back later on this and what more I wish for the (possible) future.
I just finished this small sketch (a screenshot of it) that soon will have some colour. Tomorrow probably. The size of the sketch is 2048 x 1536 px.
ya, that's the problem - corel need to add a lot of functionality even to compare with the free-ware, micro-transaction supported iphone painting apps, I'm not even talking about ipad ones that are very close to desktop painting software these days. they genuinely loathe doing that, otherwise we won't have the desktop painter hanging in the same limbo of awful coding and decade late features slowly trickling into the recent versions.