Paper is a good-looking, no-frills drawing app for the iPad (free with in-app purchases). The demo video‘s hipster vibe is way over-the-top (it makes an OK Go! video look like an insurance seminar), but the app is fun. In the few minutes that I’ve owned a copy, I’ve:
- Purchased a stylus.
- Convinced myself that I can draw beautifully.
Well done, FiftyThree. Well done.
The Detroit Free Press:
“Even as we scramble to replace our daily activities with simplified digital solutions, there’s still nothing quite like writing something down.”
Hallelujah! Have I not been saying this since 2008?
“I do nearly all of my capturing and organizing with pen and paper, as nothing is more useful, flexible or promising. It’s the ultimate tool.”
Illustrator Luc Latulippe and his partner Doug have created a simple spreadsheet to track their monthly spending. It hangs on their refrigerator for easy expense recording. Luc writes:
“No ‘app’ has managed to do for us what this simple sheet of paper has.”
They’ve made it available as a PDF, Excel and Numbers document. I’m customizing one for my household in Numbers right now.
[Via Swiss Miss]