14 comments

  • Michael AleoMichael Aleo, 6 years ago

    As someone who hasn't used Paper in a while—woah.

    Are they going to try and take on Evernote here? The introduction videos make it feel that way.

    3 points
    • Pablo StanleyPablo Stanley, 6 years ago

      Yeah, it actually convinced me of trying it out. I really like the text styling interactions.

      1 point
  • Ado CehicAdo Cehic, 6 years ago

    They removed the two-finger rewind feature :(

    Also terrible timing for the update as I'm half-way through wireframing a project.

    3 points
    • Ryan Cerbus, 6 years ago

      Yeah, now it's like a two-finger tap and then rewind. Doesn't feel as natural to me.

      0 points
      • Kyle RoseKyle Rose, 6 years ago (edited 6 years ago )

        Ditching two finger rewind is a big loss to my usage speed.

        Edit: scroll rewind is still there. Hold rewind

        1 point
      • Michael RoseMichael Rose, 6 years ago

        Two-finger double tap does a quick undo now.

        0 points
  • kakee hotum, 6 years ago

    We attribute job title at levels of creativity okay I know professional musicians in major US companies that play the notes beautifully the wonderful technicians that the ruling that exhibiting much creativity at all and certainly we've all too well how creative accountants can get net but backers here were so afraid to let our ideas come out to play that we hold them back and rectally doing our company and ourselves a huge disservice we've all done it you're sitting in meeting you at a great idea music. http://www.garciniacambogiaprofacts.com/intellux/

    2 points
  • Braden HammBraden Hamm, 6 years ago

    I'm not sure I'm a fan of the direction they're heading in. An evernote competitor?

    I would prefer it if they stuck to more creative tools and handling of shapes created. It would be more understandable if they went deeper down the creativity hole, not productivity.

    1 point
  • ポール ウェッブポール ウェッブ, 6 years ago

    They made all their in-app purchases free too?! Huh. This is interesting.

    1 point
    • Adam SelbyAdam Selby, 6 years ago

      They've been free for at least half a year now. Really interesting that they now only sell physical products.

      0 points
  • jiyin yiyongjiyin yiyong, 6 years ago

    As a Web developer I think the app is really nice in interactions... technically.

    0 points
  • Joshua MillerJoshua Miller, 6 years ago

    Still prefer Adobe Draw - better accuracy, zoom controls, layer controls, the same tools

    Also, before that Adobe Ideas

    Ya ya, this is good if you're not in the Adobe product line... Great port, great intro videos, great 1.0

    0 points