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Briefly: Livescribe 3 SDK partner app, 500px iOS app remote uploading

updated 06:07 pm EST, Sat February 15, 2014

Outline and Outline+ offers compatibility with Livescribe 3

Livescribe has announced its first SDK partner app to integrate with its device. The Livescribe 3 smartpen allows users to transfer handwritten notes into digital form on one's smartphone or tablet. Notes appear immediately within the companion Livescribe+ mobile app for iOS via Bluetooth. Third-party developer Gorillized, makers of Outline and Outline+, now offers compatibility with the pen. Other developers are being welcomed by Livescribe to apply for access to the SDK. The Livescribe 3 smart pen is priced at $150, with its Pro edition available for $200.

500px app update allows iPhone shots to be uploaded directly, simplified DSLR upload

Online photography platform 500px.com has updated its iOS app, now offering simplified image uploading. The site and app allow users to view friends' activity with its Flow timeline, and upload desired images to its galleries for others to view. In its latest version release, 500px now has on-the-go image upload capabilities, with iPhone shots uploadable directly from the application. DSLR pictures can be uploaded without a PC through the iPad app and its SD-card reader optional kit. The 500px app is free to download, and requires iOS 7.0 or later.




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