Wacom Bamboo Paper App Arrives on the Windows 10 Store
An interesting notebook app, Bamboo Paper is now available to Windows 10 users. The app is developed by Wacom, a well-known company which produces drawing tablets and styli, and is very popular among mobile users. With Bamboo, you can draw, take notes, make sketches, and the new version of the app allows you to do that on multiple platforms.
The app offers a few handful drawing options, including six pens and brushes, so you can expose your creativity the way you want, and wherever you are. And with the sharing button, you can share your notes and drawings between various platforms, or share them with friends.
Another handy feature is Wacom’s built-in WILL software, a universal ink technology, which allows you to smoothly handwrite on your Windows tablet. The app is free of charge, but it contains in-app purchases, where you can buy some additional pens and brushes, to spice up your work even more.
The app is available only for Windows 10 PCs and tablets, and you can’t download it on your Windows 10 Mobile device. But this is expected, due to the lack of phones with a stylus, and phones’ screen is too small for drawing and taking notes.
We also have to note that some users who already downloaded this app reported that it could hang on start on some Windows 10 tablets, including Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book. But since this is an initial release of the app, we expect Wacom to come up with a fixing update quick. There are no negative reports for Windows 10 PC, however.
This app is a great alternative for Microsoft’s OneNote, so if you’re using your Windows 10 tablet for taking notes and doing creative work, you can try this solution, as well. The app is available for free in Windows Store, so you can download it right now.
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