2021: Apps that CAD Users Need to Use


Are you looking for the best CAD apps for the new year. You can be sure that your work-based resolutions revolve around improving your productivity, professional development, and increasing your earning power. Today’s post will cover 7 apps that can help you increase productivity, work on-the-go, and other topics. These apps will assist you in reaching all of your goals.

SolidWorks Productivity Apps


Most CAD users have never appreciated the ability to work remotely until they are in an awkward situation or on a long flight with a deadline. A CAD app on your smartphone can make the difference between disappointing clients and delivering on a job. SolidWorks users should have the eDrawings application, which is compatible with any CAD software.

AutoCAD users can use productivity apps

Fusion 360

Autodesk developed the inventor 360 mobile app in 2015 to allow users to access its CAD tools via a mobile app. This allows them to view and edit files that are native to their tools. Fusion 360 was designed to bring some of the most important aspects of Building Information Modelling (BIM) to a mobile app. Autodesk Fusion 360 is the first collaborative tool that allows you to work with a design team for a specific project.

CAD Touch Free

The CAD app’s mobile interface is responsive and allows you to draw and model 2D and 3D drawings. The interface is intuitive and can be adjusted to suit your needs. It offers a wide range of options for drawing and modeling that other apps don’t offer. CAD Touch Free allows you to use OSNAP, mirroring and extrusion features to create your ideas completely from scratch.

BIM 360

BIM 360 combines all the features of CAD, collaboration and time management into one mobile app. This app will allow you to access all of your documents, drawings, and 3D models via the cloud. You can collaborate with large teams regardless of their location.


Now is the best time to reach your full potential as a CAD user. Part-time gigs are a great way to achieve this goal. The Upwork platform was created to do exactly that. It allows CAD professionals to find firms and individuals who are looking to outsource CAD-related tasks. These opportunities are not limited to the Upwork app. To earn even more, you can also try Fiverr.