Cocoa Box Design has released an update to Penultimate, its iPad digital-ink notebook app, adding support for printing and multiple-page actions. Penultimate 2.3 now allows users on iOS 4.2 or later to print individual pages or entire notebooks directly from the iPad via AirPrint. With new multi-page actions users can also now e-mail, print or delete sets of two or more pages within a notebook, options previously only available for an entire notebook or a single page at a time. The update also notes several other smaller improvements. Penultimate 2.3 is available from the App Store for $1.
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