Cocoa Box Design has released an update to Penultimate, its handwriting notebook app for the iPad, adding new features for sharing notebooks and reordering pages within a notebook. Penultimate 2.2 adds a new browse view that allows users to see all pages in a notebook and insert, delete, reorder and duplicate pages. Users can also now export and import Penultimate Notebook files via e-mail and iTunes File Sharing for collaboration with other iPad users and backup purposes as well as saving individual pages to the iPad Photo Library in image format. Penultimate is available from the App Store for $4.
Penultimate adds collaboration features
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