AutoCad for Android set for launch on April 20


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The folks over at Autodesk have finally announced the date of April 20 for the launch of the much-anticipated (at least by engineers) Android version of AutoCAD. In addition to the date, Autodesk made sure to point out that AutoCAD for Android will be free and will have all the same features and functionality of the iOS version. Android 2.1 Eclair was listed as the minimal OS requirements, which means that over 90 percent of current Android devices should be able to run it. A full range of languages will be supported based on the language selected on your device:

  • English
  • Chinese 
  • French 
  • German
  • Italian
  • Japanese
  • Korean
  • Portuguese
  • Spanish

You can watch a short demo of the tablet version of the app running on a Motorola Xoom above. [Autodesk] Thanks, Carlos, for the tip!

AutoCad for Android set for launch on April 20 posted originally by Android Central

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