GstarCAD MC Android Version Released for Free

After the release of GstarCAD MC (For IOS), GstarCAD released another GstarCAD MC free version for Android recently. From now on, GstarCAD MC will cover more than 90% mobile smart devices. Most of mobile smart devices users will experience the mobile CAD design freely.

After the release of GstarCAD MC (For IOS), GstarCAD released another GstarCAD MC free version for Android recently. From now on, GstarCAD MC will cover more than 90% mobile smart devices. Most of mobile smart devices users will experience the mobile CAD design freely.


GstarCAD MC for IOS has received a wide acclaim by designers since its release in September. Lots of designers said the unique feature of GstarCAD MC is its practicality. Reading .dwg drawings and powerful off-line functions are what designers need indeed, which can make location survey and outdoors communication much easier.

GstarCAD released the GstarCAD MC (For Android) because of the actual demand of users. Android OS is the most used and open mobile smart OS. More users will experience this perfect mobile CAD software after the release of GstarCAD MC (For Android).

Most of the core functions have been reserved in this GstarCAD MC (For Android); only the editing and saving functions of drawings were limited. So GstarCAD MC (For Android) free version fits for the users who are tending to experience mobile CAD design or browse drawings with cell phones and tablets.

After the release of Android version, GstarCAD MC can be used on two main smart mobile devices. More and more users will enjoy the mobile CAD software. In the future, GstarCAD will continue their hardworking on development to let more mobile end devices users experience complete and fluent mobile CAD software.

Download GstarCAD MC (Android):
http://www.gstarcad.net/cad_143_79.html

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