Changes to version 3.0 makes Paper more useful for productivity
FiftyThree has made a number of changes to Paper, the digital sketchbook app, with version 3.0 now becoming a universal app that works on both iPhone and iPad, rather than just on iPad. The milestone release also includes a number of other changes focused on making it more helpful for productivity, with the app now allowing users to take photographs and capture notes quickly, with images able to be annotated and added to a virtual sketchbook "Space" dedicated to an idea or concept.
Digital collecting with scrapbooks you can share
Crafting is a thing. It's a big thing, but it's practically by definition a big thing in paper rather than digital: you create books using your photos and your drawings and your artwork. There are entire crafting exhibitions and conferences where rows upon rows of firms sell a thousand different types of paper and tools from stencils to pens. Scrapbook Crafter 1.0.2 wants to recreate the appeal of crafting without the fire hazard.
The last reason you need to print anything out just ended
It is wrong, just wrong that someone can send you a PDF and expect you to print it out, sign it, take it to your local post office and physically send them the piece of paper back. It's wrong, and it's also easy for them: one button and their job is done. Shock them by sending that PDF right back with your signature on.
OpenTable expands meal-pay service from pilot, to be available to 20 new cities
Restaurant reservations app OpenTable has announced the expansion of its payment service to an additional 20 cities by 2015. Originally launched as a pilot program in San Francisco, OpenTable's new service allows diners at participating restaurants to add a credit card to the app, and then pay their bill quickly with a few taps. The expansion is beginning with New York City, with the rest of the national expansion to follow.
Paper for iPad gets record interest early on
Fiftythree sent word late Wednesday that its Paper app for the iPad (App Store) has crossed the 1.5 million download mark in its first two weeks. The same interval saw a total of seven million pages created at the same time, suggesting that every user made at least one page. It's not clear how many had paid for extra drawing tools beyond what's free.