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Wacom Drawtweet app

Wacom has launched a doodle-sharing app for users of graphics tablets and cordless pens. Drawtweet shares doodles on Twitter.

Graphics tablets and pens allow users to draw and write on the tablet then save them files direct to their PC. The Drawtweet application, which works with the Bamboo Dock, can be downloaded on to a PC's desktop. Images drawn using a graphics tablet and pen can then be shared with followers on the micro-blogging service.

The 'tweet' which is created by the app will contain a link to view the image using Twitpic - the dedicated picture sharing service for Twitter users.

Drawtweet users can also search for '#Drawtweet' on Twitter to view other images drawn using the app.

The Bamboo Mini Drawtweet app is available to download for free now from Wacom.

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See also: Wacom Bamboo Dock and Bamboo Mini applications

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