Yesterday Tabose launched on the iPad. Tabose is inspired by the discontinued Microsoft Courier project from 2010, which was based on a dual screen tablet. Today another app made by designers that worked at Microsoft on the Courier project gets launched on the iPad. The new app is simply called "Paper". Paper for the iPad is a stunning drawing app that makes digital drawing almost like you are used to it on paper.
The Verge has an in-depth review of Paper and interview with the Georg Petschnigg from FiftyThree. Watch a demo of Paper for the iPad below.
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