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Incoming Update To Draw Something Will Bring Social Network Integration and More

By , on March 26, 2012

OMGPOP have outlined the contents of the next update for their social mega-hit on iPhone Draw Something.

The first of these is designed to make the game that little bit more social, handing users the ability to share drawings over Twitter and Facebook or save them straight onto the iPhone.

So, you can expect your news feeds and timelines to be inundated with childlike scribblings very soon.

An undo button is also promised, and this minor addition will be welcomed by clumsy players worldwide (me included), as it allows you to remove your last brush stroke without the need for precision erasing.

Finally, you can expect more words, an increased maximum streak (changed from 99 to 999), and improved app performance when this imminent update arrives.

In case you've been living in a cave for the past two months (and the cave didn't have wi-fi), Draw Something is essentially asynchronous Pictionary for the iPhone age.

It's a heckuva lot of fun, too - we liked Draw Something so much that we drew a big 5/5 badge on it after we finished our review. Work does come first, after all.

Draw Something is available now as a free application. Or, if you're feeling flush, you can purchase the paid version of Draw Something for 99c, which removes ads from the game and adds 2000 extra words for you to scrawl onto your iPhone's display.