How to draw a game using a smartphone app

The Verge is reporting that Microsoft has officially announced a new Windows Phone 8.1 SDK for drawing apps.

The new SDK, codenamed DrawOn, will let developers build apps that can be used to draw images on your Windows Phone without having to download the Windows Phone Runtime or create an app in the Windows Store.

It’ll also let you draw on the screen without using an app that has been installed in the background.

Microsoft says the new DrawOn SDK will make it easy for developers to build apps to take advantage of the Windows 10 SDK.

“Developers can take advantage for example of DrawOn’s powerful rendering capabilities to build powerful and responsive apps on top of the Universal Windows Platform, enabling Windows 10 apps to run across a variety of devices and across different screen sizes,” Microsoft said in a blog post.

“In this way, developers can create apps that leverage the Windows 8.x, Windows Phone, and Universal Windows APIs to deliver compelling experiences.”

Windows Phone 8, which is currently the most popular Windows Phone platform, has long been a focus for developers.

It’s the platform that brought us apps like Candy Crush Saga, and apps like Bing Maps, which let you navigate across maps, search, and other information.

But Microsoft has been slow to roll out new apps for Windows Phone.

Until now, the company hasn’t released a new app for Windows 10 yet.

“Windows Phone has always been a very fragmented platform with a very small number of different apps on the platform,” said Jeff Weiner, a developer with mobile app company Pixelmage.

“But now Microsoft is finally rolling out the Windows Runtime, which allows developers to leverage the runtime and apps built on top.”

“We hope to see more developers making apps for the Windows ecosystem in the coming months,” Weiner added.

The Verge is reporting that Microsoft has officially announced a new Windows Phone 8.1 SDK for drawing apps.The new SDK,…