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AutoCAD WS: AutoCAD's mobile app for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch

AutoCAD WS: AutoCAD's mobile app for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch

As we told you a few weeks ago, Autodesk has launched an iOS based mobile app for iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch. AutoCAD WS will be available soon for free, and you will be able to view, edit, and share DWG files on your mobile devices. More about it after the break.

View Open your DWG drawings for viewing, markup and editing. AutoCAD WS mobile application supports Xrefs and image underlays, with Multi-Touch™ zoom and pan.

Edit Tap objects to select, then move, rotate, and scale objects. You can also draw basic shapes, make text annotations, and measure distances. All edits are captured and stored in your online workspace, so your drawings are always up to date.

Share Share drawings with others through your iPad, iPhone, or iPod device. If other people are editing a drawing simultaneously with you, you’ll see their edits in real time.

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Sebastian Jordana

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Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "AutoCAD WS: AutoCAD's mobile app for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch" 01 Oct 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884
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