Earlier this week Autodesk unveiled a significant update for its Windows 10 app which will now include AutoCAD 360 to the Universal Windows Platform. The app has also received a new UI design, along with other improvements.
AutoCAD 360 is a free*, easy-to-use drawing and drafting mobile application that allows you to view, edit, and share AutoCAD drawings across desktop, web, and mobile devices.
New AutoCAD 360 features will include:
Draw and edit shapes with accuracy using object snap
Select, move, rotate, and scale objects
Use multi-touch zoom and pan to easily navigate large drawing
Add and edit text annotations directly on your drawing; no need for paper mark-ups
Measure accurately using the distance measurement tool while on site
Keep drawings up to date by saving edits as you go
Work offline and sync your changes once back online
Share your designs with others directly from mobile
View drawings from a multitude of cloud storage services (Google Drive, OneDrive, Buzzsaw, Dropbox, and more)
Use the free companion web app to easily access drawings from web browsers