Reviewed in Form+Function
You've probably heard of this wunderkind of an app. Use Clarisketch to record sketches with voiceovers and share them. Annotate maps, pictures, and photos, teach someone how to draw, or simply marvel at how weird your voice sounds (I sound really gross). Also, it's ad-free and has a utilitarian-cute sorta design.
Creating messages by combining speech, drawing and photos
1. Take a picture.
2. Talk and draw - your voice is recorded while drawing.
3. Share it.
The shared sketch can be played in any browser.
Friends and colleagues do not need to install Clarisketch.
See live examples at http://www.clarisketch.com. Mailing, calling and screen-capping are a time-consuming and often ineffective means of communicating complex processes and procedures. With Clarisketch, you can save time and improve the quality of your message using a combination of photographs and annotated commentary. There are a million and one uses for Clarisketch; the bonus is that friends and co-workers don’t need to install the programme to experience the advantages too.
Sketch something, record a comment and share it with friends. Send your link to the sketch via email, Facebook, Google+, Twitter or other social networks.