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iPad App Paper by FiftyThree Updated with Palette, Pressure Input and Color Mixer

Darwing iPad app Paper by FiftyThree has been updated with some nice new features that lots of its user will surely love. You can now mix colors, use palettes and also register pressure input.

Included in the update:

  • Mixer- Play between the shades. A new, natural way to mix beautiful colors and create your own custom palettes. With our natural blending technology mixing colors is smooth and intuitive: yellow + blue = green. Available as an in-app purchase
  • Palette - Hand-crafted by color experts. Flip through a collection of fresh palettes for colors that work brilliantly together for any creation—presentations, drafting, portraits, travel. With the Mixer, create your own custom palettes for brands, color scripts, and more—the possibilities are endless
  • Pressure - Our Expressive Ink Engine™ has now been enhanced for pressure input. Drawing, writing, and sketching feel more natural than ever with support for the Pogo Connect

Paper by FiftyThree is available for free in the App Store [iTunes Link].

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