iShodo

January 7, 2009

Hi! hottest news is here!

 

 

Our new iPhone/iPod touch application is now available at AppStore! It is “i-Shodo (書道)”, the application of Japanese calligraphy. You will enjoy smooth writing not only traditional Japanese letters, but also any words of any languages. Also you can draw pictures with it.

 

It reproduces the quality of Japanese calligraphy such as “tome” (stop), “hane” (upward brushstroke), “Harai” (sweeping) and the line will be blurred when you write many strokes or long lines. Then, add ink in Suzuri (ink pod), and the blackness of blush stroke become stronger again.

 

Once you write down any stroke on Hanshi (Japanese drawing paper), cancelation of it is not be allowed. It may be inconvenience to some people, but it is one of the strict realizations of the process of Japanese calligraphy. Don’t be afraid to make mistakes!

 

 

You can save your works, send them to twitter and view other users’ calligraphy on the web. Let’s enjoy it with other people!

 

 

It’s only 99! How cheap!!

 

Now available in App Store 

Check it at the website, www.ishodo.com

2 Responses to “iShodo”

  1. Ilya Says:

    Your application have issues with Twitter updates. I have 32-chars password with symbols (like ~@#%*+];/). Twitter works nice, you app – not so much. If I change my password to something less strict (12 chars with only letters and numbers) then your app works ok. Please, look into this issue.

  2. hidemy Says:

    Thank you very much for informing us about the issue.
    We try to improve the function of Twitter updating.


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