Yes and no. The Shapr3D app was designed for the iPad Pro and Apple Pencil. As far as we know, the Apple Pencil is the best stylus on the market.
There is only one comparable stlyus for Android, the S Pen
designed for the Samsung Galaxy Note5. The S pen is also pressure sensitive, just like the Apple Pencil, but it has twice the latency. The Apple Pencil reportedly has a 49 ms latency
, the S Pen used to have 93 ms. With the latest model it has been reduced to 74 ms.
There are other similar pencils, like the one for the Surface Pro 3. That has 87ms latency, while a Wacom Cintiq has 116 ms. With the Apple Pencil that is around 3 frames, with the S Pen that is around 6 frames. But with certain apps, the Apple Pencil has even lower latency. You can get it down to 38 ms (about around 2 frames). If you compare the latencies of the different styluses, it is pretty noticeable. Currently the Apple Pencil seems to be the best stylus on the market.
The tablet and stylus technology of Android (especially with the Samsung Galaxy Note5) is getting closer to what Apple has to offer with iPad Pro and Apple Pencil, but it’s still not as advanced yet. The other Android manufacturers are still lacking behind on this market.
With that said, we might consider the Android version too, but not in the near future.