Autodesk introduces AutoCAD WS Mobile App for Android

 


Autodesk, a company dealing with 3D design, engineering and entertainment software, announced the availability of the AutoCAD WS  mobile application on the Android platform. A free web and mobile application, AutoCAD WS uses cloud computing technology to enable Autodesk software users to view, edit and share their designs through web browsers and mobile devices


 


 


 


AutoCAD WS for Android enables an expanded group of users to enjoy the benefits of effortless collaboration with architects, designers and engineers from anywhere in the world and experience the freedom of taking designs with them, wherever they go.


 


 


The impressive and consistent growth of the Android ecosystem serves as an excellent platform for Autodesk to further expand its accessibility through AutoCAD WS”, said Jayant Keswani, head Marketing, Autodesk, India & SAARC.


 


 


Users of AutoCAD WS for Android can enjoy features such as a simplified, intuitive set of viewing, editing, and markup tools so users can work on their designs while on the go. Users can open drawings from email attachments, sync files from the web, or upload drawings directly from AutoCAD software through the integrated online tab. Drawings can also be saved locally for use in the field when an Internet connection is unavailable.


 


 


One feature unique to Android version of AutoCAD WS is the text annotation tool supports integrated voice commands available on devices running Android 2.2 (Froyo) or above. Android users can insert comments and notations on a drawing simply by speaking rather than typing them into the text edit box. In addition, users can publish their DWG drawing to PDF using the free AutoCAD WS web application just as they would with AutoCAD software.


Also, In addition to the AutoCAD WS cloud,  customers can now connect directly to alternate storage folders from their Android, iPad and iPhone devices, as well as through the AutoCAD WS web application. This currently includes: the Autodesk Buzzsaw service, Dropbox (through DropDAV), Microsoft SharePoint, Windows Server 2008, Box.net, MobileMe, and Egnyte, and other cloud storage providers who support the WebDAV protocol.


 


 


By TelecomLead.com Team


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