iPad Sketching and Note Taking App Bamboo Paper is Free (Until June 30) | OSX Daily

“Steve Jobs famously said “if you see a stylus, they blew it” with regard to touch screens, but don’t tell that to Wacom. They just released a nice sketching and note taking app for the iPad called Bamboo Paper. The app is intended for use with a stylus (shh, don’t tell Steve Jobs) and looks to improve the quick sketch experience on the iPad.”

“It has all the standard features you’d want, with different paper types, ink color options, sharing functionality, but maybe most important is that MacWorld says it has one of the “fastest rendering engines for drawing” on the iPad. That’s a big relief if you’ve been annoyed with the rendering lag that exists on some of the other drawing apps out there for the iOS platform.”

“Get Bamboo Paper on the iOS App Store, it’s free until June 30 but afterwards it costs $2.”

Courtesy of OSX Daily:
iPad Sketching and Note Taking App Bamboo Paper is Free (Until June 30).

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One thought on “iPad Sketching and Note Taking App Bamboo Paper is Free (Until June 30) | OSX Daily

  1. You can’t beat free and with all of the features this app offers (Bamboo Pad without the Wacom device) it is sure to be one of the top apps in a designers tool bag. I’ve tried using the more inexpensive Wacom products but without visual feedback on the device itself have never really stuck with one. This app fixes that problem. I probably will be investing in a good stylus…

    Bottom Line: Grab this app before they start charging for it.

    Another review from Cult of Mac: http://www.cultofmac.com/doodle-on-your-ipad-with-the-awesome-bamboo-paper-app-daily-freebie/102380

    -Chris

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