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Evernote just added the popular iPad app Penultimate to its roster of tools.Penultimate is a simple writing and doodling app that has been near the top of the App Store’s paid apps since it launched in April 2010.
The app lets you use your finger or stylus to take notes. You can also import photos and back everything up to your Dropbox and/or Evernote account.
Since Evernote likes its products to be on every platform available, we’re expecting Penultimate to make its way to Android tablets and other devices soon.
The app still costs $0.99, but there’s a good chance Evernote will make it free in the near future.
In the meantime, check out our walkthrough of the Penultimate below and see what all the fuss is about.
Tap the paper icon at the top right. You have three styles to choose from. You can also download more as an in-app purchase.
It's a bit awkward to use your finger to write. We suggest using a stylus if you want to get serious.
Give Penultimate permission to access your Dropbox. You can set it to automatically back up to a special folder in your Dropbox.
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