FiftyThree, the development team behind Paper, the popular drawing and sketching app for iPad, has announced its plans of bringing the award-winning app to iPhone soon. The app was released in 2012 and since then it’s been exclusive to iPads. Also Read - Beware! This new iOS bug breaks WiFi on iPhones: Here's a quick fix for it
The announcement comes in the form of a blog post, where there’s a single image of an iPhone showing off how the app interface would be like. The iPhone version of the app is also expected to support the company’s optional accessories, such as the Pencil stylus. Also Read - Apple CEO Tim Cook claims iOS is more secure than Android
The mobile notebook for impromptu artwork and sketches would be a nice addition to the current list of iPhone apps. Apart from being a pure sketching tool, Paper also includes added features to convert your notebooks into presentation. This feature also makes it easier to share your ideas and creations with others. While the iPad version is free to download and includes full set of brushes and other tools, the company hasn’t revealed any pricing details for its iPhone app. Also Read - iPadOS 15 release date: Check if your Apple iPad will get iPadOS 15 and when
As of now, there are no exact details about the app availability. But, if you’re one of those eagerly waiting to get your hands-on the app, you can sign-up on the company website to receive more details as and when the app launches officially.