It’s been three years, but iPhone users can now put finger to ‘Paper’, and use the simple and user-friendly app to sketch out and organize their otherwise disheveled ideas with all its easy-to-use features.
Among the multitude of doodling and sketching apps available, Paper is one of those that are easily accessible and usable by anyone, without its aim set high toward professionals, such as graphic designers or others creatively inclined. It puts the average requirements on the table, with a minimal solution for every organizational need.
Keeping with their promise from a few weeks ago, New York-based developer FiftyThree released Paper 3.0 for the iPhone as well, now available within the app store for everyone to download for free. It will feature the same familiar options we’ve come to know from previous version, along with a couple of improvements.
The app can now be used to add images, photos and text, which can be further customized with the use of the app, introducing the easy swipe options. With one swipe of your finger, you can now modify existing text into quick lists, bullet points or even headlines, depending on your needs. This could be an excellent use for the more disorganized among us.
The updated version will also allow users to spotlight particular places in pictures that they want to draw attention to, literally lighting up a section that will stand out from the rest. Additionally, they are enabled to add text for further explanation or simple notes.
The powerful tools placed at their disposal will still find themselves there with the option of creating charts, diagrams or sketches, along with many others, according to developer FiftyThree. Everything you do, write or draw will be presented with an overview look, like a wall full of post-it-notes for quick access and switch between ideas.
FiftyThree is set upon the goal of making Paper the ultimate organizational app, with mixed media inserted and abilities to neatly arrange them to your heart’s desire. According to CEO, Georg Petsschnigg, combining images with text are the most vital aspect of their app that could prove itself truly useful.
The challenge so far, has been to find a way to incorporate their user-friendly interface into the 4.7 inch screen of the iPhone without losing any of the app’s essential tools. It will not offer the same experience as the iPad, but it does come with one important universal feature.
Users will now be able to seamlessly transfer in between the two iOS devices, which means that the already downloaded version from the iPad can be found the Purchased section of the iPhone.
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