'BBC Earth Colouring' App Lets Your Color Gorgeous Images

BBC had released a number of applications and games through the Google Play Store under their BBC Worldwide (Ltd) wing. The BBC News and BBC iPlayer Radio are definitely amongst BBC’s most popular applications in the Google Play Store, but BBC Worldwide (Ltd) currently has 32 apps / games available in the Google Play Store, and we’re actually here to talk about one of those applications, read on.

The app in question is called ‘BBC Earth Colouring’, and as its name suggests, this is a coloring application, and it’s probably exactly what you think it is. This app brings you packs of 12 intricate line drawings based on some interesting shots from the PLANET EARTH II, a documentary from the BBC’s Natural History Unit. Each of these drawings comes with a Fact File, and can be colored using free-form and block-fill coloring tools with plenty of options. The UI of the app is quite simple, as you can see in the images down below, which is actually a good thing considering it needs to stay out of the way in apps like these, while keeping all the necessary tools right at your fingertips.

This app is free to download and it comes with initial 3 packs, and there are 36 illustrations inside of them. Now, this app received really negative reviews in the Google Play Store mainly because it requires you to pay quite a bit of cash in order to get access to more drawings, you do get some to try out, but you’ll need to pay for the rest of them, you do not get full access to all three packs, that will require a $5 payment. The app works really well, though, so that is definitely not a problem. You can save your pictures in your artwork library, and of course, share your images with a built-in sharing tool. All in all, this is a really nice image-coloring application which gives you tons of options when it comes to coloring, you can be really meticulous if you want to be. If you’d like to check out the UI of this application, feel free to take a look at the images in the gallery down below.

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