Wacom, the well-known manufacturer of digitizing tablets, has launched an iPad application for taking notes, sketches… and sharing them later. It will be available for free on the App Store until June 30th.
Wacom, the well-known manufacturer of digitizing tablets, has launched an iPad application with which you can take notes, sketch or simply scribble; especially with stylus . This is an application similar to Penultimate, if not almost the same. We can choose the thickness and color of the line, the type of paper (plain, lined or squared) and the color of the notebook cover.
Wacom is building on its extensive experience and has also launched a capacitive pen for the iPad , which interacts seamlessly with Bamboo Paper. The construction looks good, it has a balanced design and a very fine tip for greater precision. The only drawback to getting the stylus may be the price: 29.90, that is, without shipping costs.
The application is free until June 30th, after that date it will have a price of 1.59 I haven’t been able to test the app with a stylus but the finger feel is good, the same as with other free apps like SketchBookX or Adobe Ideas.