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Paper by FiftyThree - Sketch, Diagram, Take Notes

By FiftyThree, Inc.

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Description

When inspiration happens, put it on Paper. Paper is the best way to capture and connect your notes, photos, and sketches. Create checklists, spotlight details in photos, and sketch diagrams with unbeatable speed and ease — Paper is like a wall of sticky notes for everything that inspires you.

CAPTURE
Paper’s swipe-to-style formatting makes creating checklists and notes faster and more fun than any other app. The photo spotlight tool helps you quickly clarify essential details.

CONNECT
Bring text, photos, and sketches together. Keep your ideas organized, and see everything in one place to make connections you can’t see in siloed lists.

COMMUNICATE
Paper’s unique visual notes are designed to help you get your point across quickly and precisely. Paper also lets you share your ideas any way you want to, including as professionally-formatted PDFs, Keynote and Powerpoint presentations.

The original iPad version of Paper is a winner of Apple’s App of the Year and is used by millions around the world. The Universal version adds support for iPhone, in addition to text, photos, and sketching, all beautifully designed for touch. Paper is completely free with no in-app purchases.

What's New in Version 3.6.6

This release includes a few bug fixes and the introduction of the Paper Patron program.

PAPER PATRON
We're trying something different. We're offering a voluntary subscription to support the ongoing development of Paper.

We want Paper to be the best place for everyone to start their ideas. It’s free to use. We don’t show ads, and we don't want to. If Paper is valuable to you, please consider becoming a Paper Patron. This is completely optional, and you can cancel your subscription any time. To subscribe, visit the Paper Patron section in the Settings menu.

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Love Paper? Please give us a review! We read every comment, review, and tweet, and your thoughts and suggestions are taken into serious consideration as we continue to evolve Paper.

If you need help or want to share feedback, contact us at support@fiftythree.com. We can't respond to App Store reviews so please email if something seems broken.

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Customer Reviews

No sync across devices, no Mac app? Patrons? No thanks

This is not the award-winning version of this app that many people ALREADY PAID FOR. They ditched that version a year ago and have been struggling to make a notes app that actually makes sense. Now they are looking for patrons? After making it clear they will ignore their paying customers' requests and instead tell you what you want from their app? No way, FiftyThree. This version misses the mark by a long shot. The UI is not intuitive, and many features that used to work quite smoothly are now glitchy or hard to find. The great art tools are still great, but Paper is trying too hard to be all things at once. I still miss the old version of this app. Now, it seems FiftyThree misses the enthusiastic user base they had for that version, who were willing to pay to support their work. Too bad.

The app is supposed to be universal, but it does not sync between iPhone and iPad, and there is no app for Mac. That makes it less than practical or useful as a notes app. You cannot switch to portrait mode on iPad, which is frustrating to say the least. The frequent tweaks and updates seem all about coming up with new names for notes and notebooks, and new configurations for menus, and not much else. Now they want "patrons", and soon enough they will ask for subscribers. This app is not worth paying a monthly fee for, at all.

Fix it. Now.

Was there a change in leadership at 53 or something? Did someone let the new guy run with bad ideas? What you guys had was perfect, genius even, and you decide to get rid of an amazing UI...and you added checklists? THATS the future of the best sketching app on the iOS market?! Get your heads out of your butts and re-think your focus. Quit trying to be like everyone else. Just put the old one back, no shame in it, and I'm sure we'll all give you your five stars back. But beyond that you guys have the GALL to ask us for money? For what??!!!???!! This app was the reason I bought my first iPad five years ago and now...garbage. I get that you guys have to make money but feel the room, man. Your users have all but given up on you guys, look at your ratings. If you want to make money then put out a fine point stylus, charge for all the tools again, create a pro version, make new apps—whatever. Just put back what we all fell in love with in the first place. I keep checking back to see if anything has changed and I'm consistently disappointed. Give me back my Paper.

Patron? Are they ...

... kidding? But there is redemption--read on.

Mission creep and abandonment of early, unique features that worked PERFECTLY remain a big problem. Although the previous update was a slight improvement, and got the app back from 1 to 3 stars for me, I am going to knock them back to 2 stars for continuing to ignore their early adopters. I used to feel comfortable entering the app and just sketching, painting and doodling and putting together notebooks. I paid $7 or $8 for all of the tools while they were still charging for them. I didn't mind it when they went free a couple of months later.

If Fifty-Three is stuck on this business app idea, maybe they should consider something like a separate "Paper Classic" and revive the old notebooks and all of the other original caffeinated features. How hard could that be? I'd pay to be a patron of that!

Paper by FiftyThree - Sketch, Diagram, Take Notes
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • Free
  • Category: Productivity
  • Updated:
  • Version: 3.6.6
  • Size: 134 MB
  • Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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