AstroPad Adds Pencil Support


Astropad, an iPad app that allows you to draw on your Mac at a fraction of the price of a Wacom table, has been updated to be compatible with Apple Pencil and added other stability improvements.     Watch the video below for a good explanation.   If you have apps on your Mac thatContinue reading “AstroPad Adds Pencil Support”

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Apple Pencil Order Limits


Apple has placed limits on the purchase of its new Apple Pencil stylus on the online store. When you try to order more than 2, you receive an message telling you that the quantities you can order are limited. The new stylus has been sold out almost since its introduction on Nov. 11. Shipping timesContinue reading “Apple Pencil Order Limits”

OneNote Supports Pencil – How to Connect


Microsoft OneNote now supports the Pencil Stylus by Fifty Three. In order to use the stylus, you have to pair it with the app. Here’s how… To use the Pencil stylus with OneNote, perform the following steps: Open OneNote on your iPad Tap on Draw Tap the Hand With Stylus icon on the far rightContinue reading “OneNote Supports Pencil – How to Connect”

Paper – Upgrading Pencil Firmware


If you bought the digital stylus Pencil to work with the Paper App by 53, you may not know that it is possible to run a firmware update for the Pencil. The latest firmware update is supposed to provide automatic reconnect support and bug fixes. You can learn more about the process of performing theContinue reading “Paper – Upgrading Pencil Firmware”

Paper Introduces Pencil (Stylus)


Paper, the app that lets you create, paint, draw, and write, introduces a new kind of stylus. It connects to all iPads with a Retina display and iPad mini only. It Does not connect to iPad 2. After syncing with paper, on one end you can draw, the other let’s you erase. The bluetooth deviceContinue reading “Paper Introduces Pencil (Stylus)”

Intuos Creative Stylus Begins to Arrive


Those who pre-ordered Wacom’s newest pressure sensitive stylus for iPad 3+ and iPad Mini have begun to receive shipments. We will post reviews shortly based on the blue stylus received. To learn more about the newest stylus, view the Wacom web site. You can view more about the stylus from the video below. The blackContinue reading “Intuos Creative Stylus Begins to Arrive”

Wacom Intuos Creative Stylus Goes on Sale


If you’re trying to decide how to spend $99 on another stylus for your iPad, consider Wacom’s Intuos Creative Stylus. This “professional” grade stylus has 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity to react to pressure “just like a real pen on paper.” According to Wacom, you can also rest your palm on your iPad because the stylusContinue reading “Wacom Intuos Creative Stylus Goes on Sale”

Bamboo Stylus Sale @ Staples


This week, Staples has a sale on various Bamboo stylus models. (check your local store to see if the sale applies) If you have been thinking about getting a stylus or trying out a new one, the Wacom Bamboo Stylus combines the right size, feel and now – price. Wacom Bamboo Stylus  $19.99 instead ofContinue reading “Bamboo Stylus Sale @ Staples”

Bamboo Mini Stylus – Soon on Sale


Wacom has announced a new stylus – Bamboo Stylus mini. They describe it as follows: “Tiny enough to take anywhere yet big enough to use comfortably, the Bamboo Stylus mini is made to be mobile. It is easy to use when you’re on the go and also cleverly attaches to your mobile device, so itContinue reading “Bamboo Mini Stylus – Soon on Sale”

Jot Touch Review


Several months ago, Adonit announced a pressure sensitive iPad stylus. A thorough review by MacWorld has been posted. The review boils down to saying that the stylus is excellent but it needs more compatible software to work with that are “Jot Ready.” Have you been looking for one more stylus to try? Adonit’s Jot Touch,Continue reading “Jot Touch Review”