Penultimate‘s rival app Notability might have already beaten it to the chase by at least a couple of weeks, but, ultimately, it’s never too late for Penultimate to get the big update. Finally, the bestselling notebook app by Cocoa Box Design has been treated to an update that makes it fully optimized for the new iPad.
In a brief post in its official blog, Cocoa Box Design proudly announces the long overdue Retina iPad update to Penultimate. “Your notebooks and papers will be automatically converted to the new, higher resolution,” states the developer. “The thinnest pen width looks especially lovely on the new devices.” Indeed, writing with Penultimate’s intelligent gel-ink virtual pen is now more delightful than ever. The update is sure to make the now uncommon act of handwriting, be it for note-taking or idea-brewing, a more pleasant experience on the new iPad.
At just $0.99, Penultimate is an iPad-only app that offers great value for your money. Through its clutter-free interface, Penultimate lets you create an unlimited number of notebooks, each of which can hold an unlimited number of pages. It also supports page styling, photo insertion, and Dropbox and Evernote syncing. Add to those its much awaited graphical refresh for the new iPad’s Retina display, and you have an app that is really “made for iPad.” Download the update for free or purchase the app for only a dollar from the App Store now.