December 20, Google Clearly Deleted the Chrome Canvas Web App, a Sketch and Doodle Tool directly in a Web Browser. Writing "canvas.apps.chrome" in any web browser that supports WebAssembly, such as Chrome or Firefox, will lead you to the simple Doodle web tap where you can write down notes and make quick sketches with your finger or a compatible pen.
Your work is automatically stored in your Google Account – you don't need to download anything and no operating system restrictions.
When done, the sketch can be exported as a PNG.
You will be able to visit your doodles on your phone, computer or anywhere you access your Google profile.
The original Chrome OS drawing tool is pretty basic for now, providing users with only a handful of tool options with different widths and opacities, accompanied by a color palette where you can choose any nesting tone.
For those with a Chromebook, you can install the Canvas right into your app tray by tapping the three-point menu and selecting "Install Canvas". Otherwise, you can access the teacher by copying and pasting "canvas.apps.chrome" on any computer. ̵