Penultimate adds Dropbox and Evernote integration


Cocoa Box Design has released an update to Penultimate adding integration with Dropbox and Evernote as well as support for opening Penultimate notebooks in other iPad applications. With Penultimate 3.3 users can now send specific notebooks and individual pages directly to their Dropbox account or enable an automatic backup feature to ensure that all Penultimate notebooks are backed up to Dropbox. Users can also open Penultimate files directly from their Dropbox. Evernote integration in the latest version allows users to easily send notebooks and notes to their Evernote account where handwritten notes can be full-text indexed by Evernote’s advanced image search algorithms. The latest update also adds the ability to send Penultimate notebooks and pages to other supported iPad applications and copy and paste images and ink between Penultimate and other iPad applications. Penultimate 3.3 is available from the App Store for $1.

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