Take notes and draw on an infinite* canvas!
Stretchpaper is a new way to take notes, make diagrams, and show your artistic talent. With an infinite canvas, you'll never run out of room. Stretchpaper is both fun and useful! Export your drawings as images or mega-pdfs, manipulate vectors, define your own pens, and more. Works great on the iPad, but works best with the Apple Pencil and iPad Pro!
* not actually infinite, but close enough!
Gratuitous animation to hide and show the drawing-list sort bar.
Minor optimization in copy/paste.
Check out copy/paste! It's the best copy/paste ever!
Ratings and Reviews
App is amazing. It is straight forward and easy to use. Love the infinite canvas as that is what i was looking for. I found a few other apps that have infinite canvas but they all lack ease of use and simple tasks that are imperative for taking notes. So far great app.
SIDE NOTE: I am having an issue with a bug. For some strange reason sometimes the notes shift slightly and what was once fully highlighted in a certain color or pointed to with a line for a label tends to be offset. So in other words something is causing notes/coloring/labels to shift just slightly. This can be annoying and can cause issues especially with labeling and highlighting. Can the developer take a look? From what I can tell, it happens when i reopen notes after some time. I do move the screen a lot using my fingers but apparently haven’t been able to pinpoint it. Please do check this out.
Side question: Are notes being backed up or saved anywhere? And if so how can I check? I have set up iCloud with my notability but I don’t know if its also working with this app. Can someone get back to me about these two things b/c I don’t want to loose all my data.
First: you can contact us directly via email - use the cool stuff menu, then find our email address! Second: that bug, afaik, has just been replicated, and a fix is coming soon. I believe it's the same bug a user below reported - basically, thicker strokes will 'jump' more upon app re-open. And no, we're not integrating directly with iCloud yet. So many features to do! If only we could afford to do this full-time...
Another med student... detecting a pattern here. Thanks for your review!
Find the Imperceptible: yeah, that's all it does - it draws blue boxes around stuff that might be too small to see. But it makes zooming slower, which is why its not always on. Maybe we should do something more sophisticated, like what you describe - perhaps a bookmarking system, or even better: automatic handwriting recognition and search... well, that one's beyond us for now.
As for erase, there is! 3rd-button from bottom left: the stroke with the cancel-circle around it. It's not technically 'erase' - it's actually 'delete strokes'.
I love this app. It’s my favorite. The first day I tried it I just kept saying how great it was. Using it It helps like no other app. I can get my ideas down, move them around, re-organize, add to, zoom in/out, erase, delete, and draw with white for fine tuning intricate details. Great for brainstorming, calculations, taking notes, even drawing! Every college student should have this for notes because it’s so much easier than a bunch of pages all separated from each other that I’d have to transcribe to show relationships anyway. Wow! Quite the treasure. Just for feedback, I would get excited about 1) the ability to custom name my drawings, 2) have copy and paste, 3) a color pallet for those who don’t know all the #’s, 4) layers for adding something where there’s just no room, and 5) folders for organizing and keeping things uncluttered. But even if you don’t ever do those things, enormous thanks to the developer.
Yay! Custom names feature! Fantastic!
Reviews like this bring tears to our eyes... thank you Genre walker!
You can custom name drawings - just tap the title in the main view, and it should reveal an edit box. Not the most discoverable feature, we know... and more features on the way!
Played around with this app for about 5 minutes and I'm impressed. It has a powerful set of tools and functionality, however it seems not cluttered (I love the ability to hide each toolbar). I couldn't find undo though, any hints? It is fairly responsive with few doodles that I made, have yet to see how it performs with bigger notes.
I was looking for an app to use with Apple Pencil that would give me infinite (or close to) canvas and doodle/freehand notes ability with the option to select and move/scale notes with the idea of doing quick freeform mind mapping. If you're looking for something similar, I recommend this one.
Hey thanks Stan! Undo is in the top right btw.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.