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FiftyThree Pencil now lets you start sketching in Paper and finish in Adobe apps

FiftyThree Pencil now lets you start sketching in Paper and finish in Adobe apps

By 15 hours ago

FiftyThree has just announced another part of its plan with Adobe to continue offering Creative Cloud integration. FiftyThree makes the popular Paper drawing app, as well as a Bluetooth stylus called Pencil, and it wants to hook users of both products... >>

Paper meet Pencil, FiftyThree's iPad smart stylus comes to UK at last

Paper meet Pencil, FiftyThree's iPad smart stylus comes to UK at last

By 16 July 2014

FiftyThree has released its smart Pencil stylus in the UK and the rest of Europe. It has been purposely designed to work with the company's Paper application for iPad and is the ideal accompaniment for doodlers and sketch artists. Unlike passive styluses... >>

10 reasons why Facebook has lasted 10 years

10 reasons why Facebook has lasted 10 years

By 4 February 2014

It's been an entire decade since a fresh-faced, wide-eyed Mark Zuckerberg launched Facebook from his Harvard dorm on 4 February 2004. Little did Zuckerberg know that at just 19 years old he had changed the world - and the internet - forever. Within... >>

Facebook on Paper app: No plans for international release, iPad or Android app

Facebook on Paper app: No plans for international release, iPad or Android app

By 3 February 2014

Facebook has confirmed to Pocket-lint that its new content discovery app Paper won't be released for the iPad, Android or international users at this time.   The Paper app, released for iPhone on Monday in the US, re-envisions how content is viewed on... >>

FiftyThree CEO: Pencil coming to Europe, 2014 will be about users collaborating

FiftyThree CEO: Pencil coming to Europe, 2014 will be about users collaborating

By 3 February 2014

FiftyThree, the company behind the popular Paper drawing app on the iPad, has told Pocket-lint that it is working on bringing it's own-made stylus, called Pencil, to Europe. "The response to Pencil has been incredible," Georg Petschnigg, co-founder and... >>

Hands-on: Paper by Facebook (iPhone) review‏

Hands-on: Paper by Facebook (iPhone) review‏

By 3 February 2014

Paper, Facebook's a new iPhone app, has been released in the US. Carrying the same name as the well-known app from FiftyThree, Paper is supposed to combine two experiences into one: social networking and news consumption. Whether it succeeds like Facebook... >>

FiftyThree tells Facebook ‘stop using our name’ after Paper app launch

FiftyThree tells Facebook ‘stop using our name’ after Paper app launch

By 3 February 2014

FiftyThree, the maker of Paper, the popular drawing app on the iPad, has asked Facebook to change the name of its new news aggregation app called Paper. In an open letter to the company, and reiterated in a phone interview with Pocket-lint, Georg Petschnigg,... >>

Facebook's Paper app for iPhone takes aim at Flipboard

Facebook's Paper app for iPhone takes aim at Flipboard

By 30 January 2014

Facebook has revealed details for Paper, it's story and news aggregation app that will initially be released in the US for iPhone on 3 February. Rather than add another portal to your Facebook profile, like other news feed apps such as Flipboard, Paper... >>

FiftyThree interview: From Microsoft Courier roots to Paper and Pencil

FiftyThree interview: From Microsoft Courier roots to Paper and Pencil

By 25 November 2013

FiftyThree has established itself as a major player in the App Store with its Paper sketchbook app. It launched with rave reviews and an award from Apple in 2012. This is why when FiftyThree this week announced a venture into hardware with the $49.95... >>

FiftyThree launches Pencil for Paper, a stylus that looks and acts like a pencil

FiftyThree launches Pencil for Paper, a stylus that looks and acts like a pencil

By 19 November 2013

Developer FiftyThree has launched a new stylus accessory for iOS that works seamlessly with its Paper sketchbook app. The stylus, called Pencil, literally looks like a pencil. Filings with the US Federal Communications Commission revealed in October that... >>


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