Well no, not really, but I would like to sing the praises for DWG Fastview by Gstarsoft. I'm surprised how well this little app goes on my cheapo 10.1" tablet. It indeed lives up to its name - fast - both loading and showing. It is quite practical to have several DCad GTVs as DWGs and I think people will get value out of this. Being free makes it run sweeter.
It has some drawing pretensions but, other than clouds, a bit of text etc., I'm not sure there is much value there.
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I use Microsoft Remote Desktop to connect to my PC at work from my Android phones and tablets. Works great as it lets the workstation do all the heavy lifting in the processing and just pushes the display to the Android devices. Also gives me access to all of my normal resources stored at work. I have also used TeamViewer to do the same.
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Often sitting in my comfy-chair watching golf on TV, ...I'll freehand-sketch ideas on 4x4 graph-paper-pad or in a wire-bound notebook CAD details for a project. Sometimes I'll windup with a stack of them that I then either have to laborously re-draft in Datacad, or sometimes I'll just scan and paste them into the drawing files as-drawn. Sadly, I have yet to find a decent actual CAD-based Android 6.0 app to run on my 10.1" tablet that I can sketch actual CAD details with. Sometimes they're 8.5x11" for full-sized two-to-a-page repro on my 11x17" final drawings, or reduce them to half-scale for more detail-vignettes per 11x17" sheet. I just have to remember to leave margins and print clearly and boldly if the detail is for scanning at half-scale.
Even a stripped-down version of Sketch-up for Android tablets would be useful, though I still rarely use Sketch-up for details or sections.