We've long been fans of Paper by FiftyThree (opens in new tab), one of the best iPad apps (opens in new tab) for sketching, doodling and notetaking, as well as Pencil (opens in new tab), its accompanying Bluetooth Smart stylus. So we're excited to see that Paper has today launched on the iPhone too.
Named iPad App of the Year by Apple in 2013, Paper has been downloaded more than 15 million times. It's a great way to organise your thoughts, with ideas captured and stored like a wall of sticky notes that are easily arranged and connected to each other. (To learn more, read our review of the original release (opens in new tab)).
Today's launch of Paper on iPhone coincides with the release of a completely redesigned version of Paper for iPad.
New features include Swipe to Style, which lets you create fast lists, bullet points, or headlines with a simple swipe, and Photo Spotlight, a new filter that lets you easily spotlight the area in photos and screenshots that you want to call attention to.
The app is free and runs on both iPhones and iPads running iOS8+. You can download it in the App Store here (opens in new tab).
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