Yes, it does do those things too - but for someone that doesn't have access to those apps this is an alternative, although it does require a fairly faster computer with a fast connection. And while I thought the interface was a bit more intuitive, as shown on the tutorial vids - it does take some getting used to.Shroudeye wrote:The Autodesk 360 is not exactly for editing files. It is more of a filesharing and cloud computing application-you still need design products like 3DsMax, Revit, AutoCAD, and vice versa.
As you can see, I was able to add geometry - even if just a few lines, and once someone learned the interface to add remove elements easily. Regular detailed drawings could be achieved, you just need an initial DWG drawing to get to the editing interface. Although, on my computer it is a bit sluggish.
So either pay for a regular application, or use this free app to create line drawings of your ideas - the choice as always is yours!