Wacom has announced an upgrade to its successful iPad app called Bamboo Paper. The application was designed to allow users to take notes using the iPad digitally. The new version of the application is called Bamboo Paper 2.0 and hopes to expand beyond simple note taking.
The application now has a range of writing and drawing tools including a watercolor brush and pencil allowing users to draw and do more with the application. The application has a writer notebook and an artist notebook. The app is also updated with improved Palm-rejection eliminating accidental marks.
The app is also designed to work with the Intuos Creative Stylus for an intuitive drawing experience. The stylus supports 2048 levels of pressure and promises a natural pen on paper feel. The basic version of the app is available free and additional tools are available as in app purchases at £0.69.Filed Under: Apple iPad