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I was wondering if Penultimate app on ipad works with wacom intuos creative stylus. I was about to buy a smart stylus and my choice was falling on wacom intuos because I'm afraid jot touch 4 could scratch my screen. I seem to find no clue to understand if wacom intuos would work with penultimate or not.
Hi Evernote Team, I'm pretty sure you might have got this request already, but I'll put this one here: This is a request for Penultimate to support Wacom Intuos Creative Stylus 2. This is a stylus I've been using on both Adobe Photoshop Sketch and sometimes OneNote on iPad Air 2, and I think having support for this stylus will help me transition over to Penultimate. And since I am already using one stylus, I don't see the point of me purchasing and carrying two bluetooth stylus around just for this. Further information on device / Wacom Intuos Creative Stylus 2: http://www.wacom.com/en-us/products/stylus/intuos-creative-stylus-2 Until then, I'll hold off from using Penultimate for handwritten notes. Cheers, -DC
I recently got a Surface Pro 3 and have been looking forward to using it with Evernote. The biggest barrier to that right now is the annotations editor is doing something awful to my handwriting, to the point where it's unrecognizable. If you've ever used an art program with a smooth-stroke option that's exactly what it looks like: pen strokes with the smooth setting on max. I'm used to using Evernote with my Wacom Intuos attached to my desktop. That doesn't have any issues with the editor. I've attached two handwriting samples to show you what I mean (I'm sorry they're not inline images, but for some reason they're gigantic.) Handwriting with Surface pen. Handwriting with Intuos pen. Does anyone know what's going on here?