iPhoneForums.Net News Team
- Jun 18, 2010
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MacRumors reports that FiftyThree’s iPad sketching app Paper is now available for iPhone, thanks to the release of the biggest update since the app was first launched in 2012.
With the new update, you can now add images, photos and text to Paper, as well as customise text simply by swiping. You can also move pieces of text around the screen with your finger, and build lists with a single swipe.
The new image support feature means that you can now take a photo within the app and annotate it with the built-in drawing tools. You can also share your work via email and social media.
Here are some of the new features that are now available for Paper on iPhone and iPad.
Text, Photos, and Sketching--Each note has the option to take a photo, type a note, or sketch out your idea.
Swipe to Style--A ground-breaking new feature that lets you create fast lists, bullet points, or headlines with a simple swipe of your finger.
Photo Spotlight--A new filter that lets you easily spotlight the area in photos and screenshots that you want to call attention to.
Sketch--All the power of Paper's award-winning tools to write, sketch, diagram, and graph are now in your pocket.
Diagram--Paper recognizes and corrects shapes drawn, making it easy to create presentation-ready shapes for charts, diagrams, flows, and more.
Grid View--grid view means text, photos, and sketches live together in a grid that shows you everything at once and can be rearranged into presentations, outlines, or storyboards.
Spaces--Organize your ideas into separate Spaces that you can name and customize with a cover image. Make as many Spaces as you want.
Universal App--Paper is a universal app that works across iPads and iPhones that run iOS8+.
Pencil--Connect Pencil, FiftyThree's award-winning Bluetooth stylus, for a faster and more natural way to sketch out your ideas.
Click here to download the free app: Paper - Notes, Photo Annotation, and Sketches by FiftyThree on the App Store
Source: Paper by FiftyThree Expands to the iPhone, Gains New Features