I just now got a chance to test this out on my devices, and MAN this runs way smoother now!
Samsung Galaxy Tab S3:
-This still does not display the top bar that contains the options like File, Edit, View…", but they are accessible via their keyboard shortcuts. otherwise, runs mostly great, barely any slowdown.
-occasionally erasing something does not erase it, but then when I try drawing over it that section of the canvas will refresh and what I erased is actually gone.
-certain tasks like moving taskbars would be practically impossible were it not for the wacom stylus being so precise, the UI spot you click to drag them around is so small.
-likely due to the screen resolution being so high.
-loaded just fine, but the UI did not scale well at all, I could not start a new canvas without getting creative. Didn’t bother drawing, this has no stylus.
Acer Chromebook Spin 11:
-Was able to install this without Developer mode. I’m running the Unstable branch, and one of the upcoming features in ChromeOS 82 is being able to use ADB in Linux to develop Android apps. I enabled that, opened up a linux terminal and was able to adb install the 32 bit version just fine.
-somehow ran just as well as the Samsung Tab S3, despite being a weaker device.
-lower resolution of the display fixes the issues with UI scaling.
Overall, after messing around for an hour or two, this is almost 100% usable for all my drawing/painting needs (after a bit of setup, of course). What’s getting in the way now is that certain keyboard shortcuts can’t be implemented, such as holding down shift while resizing something to keep proportions.
It might be a good feature request to add optional taskbar buttons for the missing functions, like to toggle shift or ctrl, or right click to toggle the radial menu.