Jot Dash just arrived, so I did a drawing test on my smartphone.
so my review (thought) is…it works, but I feel like its not that great, you have to draw everything slow to make sure all the lines are perfect, and of course, its kind of slow (compare to Wacom tablet)
I think the stylus and tablets (or smartphones) are developing, so maybe in the future, drawing on a tablet will be same as drawing on a paper. But nowadays, its not perfect yet. If you are thinking about buying one, my advice would be wait for 2,3 years unless you really need it now. :)
ProCreate is a pretty amazing professional drawing program for iPad. It $4.99 in the App Store. All I can say is wow! It is designed to be compatible with the Jot Pressure Sensitive Stylus via Bluetooth! Recommend!
I haven’t used the Jot PSS yet as it’s $99. I hope to buy it and try it soon. If you have it let me know how you like it. I ordered the Jot Mini so I’ll let you know how I like it!
Hi friends! I recently purchased the adonit jot pro stylus to use while taking notes on my iPad mini. I thought I’d let y’all know what I thought of it! So far, I’ve used it to take notes for a couple classes and I really like it. Apps I’ve used are pdf expert and notability – let me know if you want my opinions on those apps!
So back in April of last year I was approached to do character illustrations for a desktop role playing game book It’s called Night’s Black Agents: Dracula Dossier by Pelgrane Press. I was not able to show any of the work for 6 months and the book is now available so…I can show off some of the characters I got to work on. They were done on an iPad Air in ProCreate with an Adonit Jot Touch Stylus…It works amazing. Made me make the decision to save up and invest in an ipad pro in the next few months. If you want to check out the book and learn more about the game go to this link: http://pelgranepress.com/?p=19053
Two and a half years after Evernote announced that it would offer a suite of branded products through its own online retail store, the productivity company is walking away from the business of selling products like socks, messenger bags and wallets.
As foreshadowed by a series of sales and app changes last year, the current incarnation of the Evernote Market – a hub for people to buy branded swag and connected tools for the popular note-taking software – will no longer exist come Wednesday.
In its place will be a page that directs people to a handful of products made by partner companies that are tightly integrated with Evernote’s service and were previously sold through the Market. Users will still be able to buy the ScanSnap Evernote Edition scanner, Adonit Jot Script Evernote Edition stylus and Evernote-branded Moleskine notebooks that are designed to work with the notetaking software.
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A finales del curso pasado me dio un impulso por empezar a tomar apuntes con mi iPad. Los objetivos para conseguirlo fueron varios, todos ellos explicados en mi artículo sobre cómo tomar apuntes a mano en el iPad. Hoy os vengo a hablar de uno de los…