Canvas for Chrome is an in-browser drawing app that is automatically synced with your Google account.
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Google's Chrome Canvas is a handy browser app for quick doodlesGoogle has quietly released a progressive web app called Chrome Canvas that lets you make quick doodles that automatically save to your Google account, via Chrome Unboxed. That means you can just type in " canvas.apps.chrome " into a Chrome browser on any computer, and pull up a basic drawing app without having to download any programs or apps.
Google Chrome Canvas PWA brings low-latency doodling to Chromebooks, Android, and even your desktopEarlier today, our buds over at Chrome Unboxed spotted a new progressive web app by Google called Chrome Canvas. It's a very simple sketching/doodling app that works best on devices like Chromebooks with stylus-based input, but it will also run on your desktop or phone.
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Google Chrome now has a handy drawing app for your silly sketchesGoogle Chrome has sneakily introduced an app for quick sketches. Spotted by Chrome Unboxed, if you open up canvas.apps.chrome you'll be taken to Canvas, which lets you draw stuff within the browser. It's a very simple app, with four different pen/brush options, an eraser, a colour picker, and an ability to export your drawing as a PNG file to your computer.
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