New! Note taking app for iPad.. from Wacom--Free for a limited time.
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New! Note taking app for iPad.. from Wacom–Free for a limited time.

When using my iPad to take notes I find my attention wavers because my typing skills are not the greatest. I have to task part of my brain to the typing job. In situations like this I wish there were a way to handwrite the notes..not only is it faster (for me) it requires less attention.

Wacom, makers of the popular Wacom Bamboo Tablets have some up with such an app for the iPad. While the Bamboo Paper App can be used without a stylus, Wacom would obviously like you to use it’s $29.95 Bamboo Stylus, any iPad compatible stylus will work. Whatever stylus you choose Bamboo Paper allows you to create notes and sketches that can be stored for later use with an interface that is natural and fun to use.

Wacom Bamboo Paper for iPad is a must have app. It is $1.99 (free until June 30, 2011) at the Apple App Store

Bob Benedetti

Former RCAF Fighter Pilot Bob worked for CTV Montreal as a Reporter, Producer and Executive producer for 35 years retiring in 2004. Bob started reporting on personal technology in 1995 at CTV and continues today at Home Technology Montreal

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