by Tommy Ly
January 12, 2012
The popular iPad-exclusive handwriting app, Penultimate, has just received a major update. Apart from typical bug fixes and performance enhancements, Penultimate's version 3.3 update brings both Evernote and Dropbox support. Syncing and keeping track of your notes across devices has never been easier. As outlined in the apps release notes, the changes in this version of Penultimate include:
• Serious Dropbox integration: Send notebooks and pages directly to your Dropbox, or enable automatic backup to be sure you always have a copy of your notes in the cloud. Open Penultimate files from your Dropbox. • Evernote support. Evernote's handwriting recognition is a great fit for Penultimate users. You can send notebooks and notes to your account for searching later. Very simple signup in the app if you want to give it a spin. • Open new workflows by "Open"ing your notebooks and pages in other apps on iPad. • Copied images can be pasted into Penultimate, and copied ink can be pasted into other apps. • Now available in Chinese (simplified) and Korean. • As always, many other improvements and updates.Penultimate is currently available for $0.99 in the App Store. For that price, I highly recommend this app. It's especially fun to use if you use a stylus with your iPad. Be sure to check it out and let us know (in the comments) how you like it!
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