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Paper by FiftyThree updated with Think Kit tools and a redesigned sharing functionality

Paper by FiftyThree updated with Think Kit tools and a redesigned sharing functionality

Post-PC Era
May 12, 2015

First teased back in March, the popular Paper by FiftyThree drawing app has just been updated with new Think Kit tools and more.

Think Kit is composed of three new, and completely free, tools – Diagram, Fill, and Cut – that allows users to quickly draw charts, diagrams, graphs, flows, wireframes, and models.

Here’s a quick video that highlights the new tools. Click here if you can’t see it.

Version 2.5.1 of the app also brings a revamped sharing functionality. Users can create custom formatted presentations that can be exported to apps like PowerPoint and Keynote. The information can also be saved to Dropbox or Adobe’s Creative Cloud.

Designed for the iPad/iPad mini, Paper by FiftyThree can be downloaded now on the App Store for free.

In mid-April the app was updated with a number of other notable features. All of your journals can now be automatically backed up onto the app’s secure cloud service. And with Activity Center, users can see who is remixing or starring their creations in Mix – the app’s creativity and collaboration platform.

If you haven’t tried out Paper by FiftyThree, now is definitely a great time to make the plunge. Earlier this year, all of the app’s other powerful tools were made free.

For other recent app news, see: Practice your shooting with a natural feel in Caliber Club, Connect with others and create your media to-do lists with Fabric, and Created by ex-Googlers, Spotter searches and surfaces industry news that matters to you.

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