The update couldn’t have arrived at a more opportune time. Indeed, it comes just in time for the back-to-school season. Although it certainly can be used for a variety of other purposes, the newly updated Projectbook should prove quite popular among students and teachers alike.
At launch, Projectbook was already a great app for managing notes, to-do lists, Web clips, Word docs, PDFs, and whatnot. But now, it just became even greater as a result of a host of enhancements that entered the app.
Amid the many improvements introduced to the app, a couple of new features stand out.
First, the app now supports printing of notes, including sketches, images, and text in different fonts and colors, on AirPrint-enabled printers.
Second, the app boasts deeper integration with Dropbox. Now you can save notes, Word docs, PDFs, and plain text documents directly into your Dropbox account.
Aside from these two noteworthy features, the following are included in the first update to Projectbook:
- Dragging and resizing images now lightning fast
- Downloading email much faster in many cases
- Move nested folders from one place to another
- Tab key on external keyboards now indents during note entry and bulleted list making
- Ctrl-Tab on external keyboards now indents during to-do entry
- Import images (as well as documents) from Dropbox
- Write “from yesterday” and “from tomorrow” when assigning due dates
- More than two dozen bug fixes and stability enhancements
Of course, this update is free for all existing users of Projectbook. But theory.io also has good news for those who intend to get the app.
In celebration of the app’s successful launch, the back-to-school season, and the forthcoming Labor Day, the updated version of Projectbook is available at the special introductory price of $1.99 until Sept. 7. Beyond that, the app will go for its regular price of $6.99.
So, better download Projectbook now. Note, though, that the app is compatible with iPad 2 and the third-generation iPad only.