Notability added a new Pencil feature that provides a lifelike handwriting experience
The most popular iPhone and iPad note-taking app has been updated with the latest pencil feature. This latest feature brings an absolutely amazing experience, similar to sketching on paper. It’ll give you a taste of sketching on paper, but on a digital medium.
as digital art is getting more popular than traditional art. So, for the first time, Apple is providing some incredible features, such as allowing users to stylize their ink strokes. It also allows users to add textures and change colors after writing without worrying about pixilation. So here’s how it actually works:
The pencil from Notability is ideal for taking notes, outlining concepts, and illustrating. When used with the Apple Pencil, the tool offers the most realistic handwriting experience possible that simulates digital graphite, complete with pressure and tilt sensitivity. Users may now add dimension and shading to their notes in Notability for the first time. Custom colours are possible with the Pencil tool, and because of vector-based technology, users may even design and alter the colour of the ink strokes at any time while creating a sketch.
This feature is built on vector-based technology, according to Ginger Lab Company, which supports Notability.Due to this vector technology, users are able to readjust and resize their strokes without damaging the quality. This feature lets users change the colour of their pencil at any step while sketching their pictures. Some features are being provided in this latest update:
Change color and style
Color, thickness, and style of anything written or drawn with the pencil are editable.
Similarly to sketching on paper, the opacity of the pencil can be adjusted based on the pressure used while sketching for a unique experience.
This feature enables you to change the thickness of your stroke in coordination with the tilt you are using with a pencil.
Notability is available on the app store and is absolutely free to download, but requires a subscription to enjoy all the features. The subscription fee is $2.99 per month or $12.99 per year.
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