Paper For iPad Update Brings Exporting To PDF, Increases ‘Rewind’ History

Paper For iPad Update Brings Exporting To PDF, Increases ‘Rewind’ History

Your Paper notebooks are no longer stuck inside Paper.

Paper, the hugely popular iPad drawing app by FiftyThree, just got a new update that finally allows you to export your sketches as PDF documents, and introduces an increased “Rewind” history.

Not only can you share your Paper drawings with your friends via Facebook, Twitter, and email, but with version 1.0.23 you can also export them your notebooks — complete with all their pages — as PDF documents to other apps or email.

In addition to this, the app’s Rewind undo feature has been modified to support a lot more gestures. With the previous release, it was limited to removing just 20 lines. But since the update, it’ll handle more than double that number.

Other changes include the usual “bug fixes,” plus a new welcome page for the Paper store.

The update is available to download now from the App Store. Paper is free to download on your iPad, but if you feel like spending, you can use the in-app purchases to add new tools.

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