The App Store is featuring many apps that have been either updated to work with or already work well with the new iPad Pro.
With the recent release of the iPad Pro, Nov. 11, many developers have been busy updating their screen shots to show the amazing screen real estate and look of their updated apps.
The new iOS keyboard for the iPad Pro feels better and works with apps that choose to use it. For example, MacJournal for iPad looks and feels better with the new keyboard.
Ulysses for iPad appears to still rely on the “bigger” iOS keyboard and along with their own enhancements. In landscape mode, the screen feels cramped by the keyboard. I expect an update soon. However, the app still performs great and you can adjust the size of the font and layout in the app using the gear settings. Tap on the gear and adjust the layout
In portrait mode, the sheet you work on feels roomier.
If you want a great experience with reviewing and marking up PDFs, make sure to check out LiquidText PDF and Document Reader app. There are many ways to actively mark up the PDF and export your comments.
Make sure you check the app store for updates to your favorite apps as developers continue to improve the feel and functionality of their apps with the new iPad Pro.