Papyrus on Windows tablets gains some fun pen tricks
Using your pen stylus to grab notes in Windows is already a great experience, but anyone who has used Papyrus on smartphones knows that the tablet version of the app was really going to drive things home. At CES this week we were able to spend a few minutes with Andrew Hughes to talk about the changes that had to happen for tablet support. It's mostly the same Papyrus you already know and love, with multiple journal styles and a visually pleasing experience, but with tablet support comes pen support.
Since not all Windows pen devices are created equally, this means your experience is built to your specific device and follows the rules that are already in place for your pen.
Papyrus has been a part of most "must have" lists for a while now, but in tablet form you can really enjoy sitting down and comfortably writing for hours.
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Edit: After looking at some of the features on their app page, I may have to give this a go and see if it dethrones OneNote as my defacto now take. OneNote syncs so easily between all my services though...
She seemed kind of nervous.