Early Nintendo 3DS adopters might remember an application called Swapnote, which was used to share drawings with friends via StreetPass or over the internet. However, in 2013, Nintendo removed Swapnote's online functionality due to some users sharing pictures of inappropriate content with each other. Now, after three years of waiting, Nintendo has released a successor to the original messaging app called Swapdoodle. This version will allow users to share their drawings with their friends again, and it even comes packed with a few new features.

Swapdoodle will allow players to share screenshots and purchase additional DLC for more tools, art lessons, and backgrounds to draw on. Some of the DLC is already available now. If you would like to check out more of Swapdoodle, you can watch the video above or download it for free from the Nintendo 3DS eShop.

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Source: Nintendo