Comparison: How the new 9.7-inch iPad stacks up against the iPad Pro

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Tim Cook took the stage in Chicago last week to unveil a host of education initiatives from Apple. Leading the announcements was a new $ 329 iPad with Apple Pencil support. This new iPad replaces last year’s model at the same price-point, and joins two iPad Pro models in Apple’s lineup.

So, how does the new 9.7-inch iPad compare to the 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models? Read on to find out…

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Best drawing apps for iPad and Apple Pencil

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The age of the digital sketchbook is here.

I’ve been wanting a true digital sketchbook ever since I first discovered you could (poorly) draw circles on the Newton. Almost two decades later, I got my wish: The iPad Pro and Apple Pencil are just about the nicest tools for digital sketching I’ve ever tried. (And I’ve tried a lot of styluses, computers, and Wacom tablets.) And now that the base-model iPad has Apple Pencil support too, everyone can sketch up a masterpiece.

Even if you’ve never had an art background, the iPad and Pencil make it pretty easy to start sketching — and better, continue sketching. When I started doodling, one of my first friends in that industry told me that drawing “skill” essentially amounted to just doing it over and over and over and over again; the iPad is a pretty great tool with which to do that. (And you don’t have to spend continuous money on ink, pens, and sketchbooks!)

But first! Let’s talk about the drawing apps you should check out. If you want to use your iPad to make some digital artwork, these are the best of the best.

Notes: Just the basics

Apple’s default Notes app is limited in both tools, canvas textures, and color picking, but it’s a nice starter app for anyone looking to have a little fun with their Pencil without picking out a paid application. It also offers the least lag time from Pencil to line of any app on the market, thanks to Apple’s implementation. (Surprising no one, it helps to have your app, device, and accessory all designed to work together from the start by Apple.)

Linea: All-purpose drawing

While I love Paper’s tools, the Iconfactory’s Linea app has supplanted it to become my favorite all-purpose sketching application. Linea offers similarly well-crafted pencil, ink, and marker options to Paper’s fare, but it builds on that by giving users a starting set of layers, split screen, easily customizable export options, a beautiful color palette, and my favorite eraser implementation of any drawing app out there.

Linea is truly best if you’re looking for a digital sketchbook replacement rather than a full-featured Photoshop clone. And because Linea can export to PNG, JPG, or layered PSD, it’s also the perfect app to start a project in before bringing it to one of the iPad’s heavier hitting graphics programs — or your Mac.

$ 9.99 – Download now

FiftyThree Paper: Another all-purpose option

If you want a variety of tools for doodling or taking notes, Paper is another excellent (and free) starting point beyond Notes. It offers an assortment of options for starting a pencil, ink, or watercolor sketch, and works beautifully when paired with the Apple Pencil. Better still, Paper can sort all these doodles in separate digital sketchbooks, and you can even share certain drawings to the public Paper feed, or to Adobe’s Creative Cloud or OneNote.

The downsides to Paper aren’t many, but they’re worth noting: The Pencil’s lag time isn’t great when compared to some other apps on the market, and Paper lacks a good way to fill edge-to-edge on the screen without accidentally closing the application. It also doesn’t provide options for layered or transparent export.

Free – Download now

iWork: For school- and work-based sketching

The iWork suite of Pages, Numbers, and Keynote were never high on my list for “fun apps to use with Apple Pencil,” but Apple’s most recent update changed all that: All the apps can now sketch with the Pencil in various ways, including making tiny drawings, annotating atop photos (and video!), and using new Keynote tools that allow for rudimentary animation using Line Draw and Match Move.

These apps won’t beat the more nuanced tools found in other sketching apps — they essentially use the Notes palette — but they’re an excellent option for anyone working on papers, slideshows, video presentations, and other multimedia projects. (And you can make hand-drawn ebooks, too!)

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Procreate: For the pros

While Notes, Paper, and Linea can help you flush out ideas and organize them, Procreate is the true master and commander of making those ideas reality. It’s one of the few apps that rivals the experience of working in Photoshop on the Mac, offering a truly ridiculous number of layers, customizable brushes, and templates.

For specific projects, you can even create your own tools, as my pal Jessie Char did for her makeup blog:

Procreate can export truly large images as PSD, JPG, PNG, or in the Procreate file format, where you can then send or share them with your friends, clients, or web pals. It also offers a live-streaming option and print-ready export formats.

$ 5.99 – Download now

Graphic: For vector art

I’ll be honest: Until Autodesk’s Graphic showed up on the scene, I hadn’t worked with vector illustration since the death of Macromedia FreeHand in the early 2000s. Illustrator makes me want to throw things at my computer, and since my art hobby was just that — a hobby — I left it well enough alone.

But Graphic makes vector art fun for me again, and it does so in a completely approachable way. You can draw vector lines directly with the Apple Pencil or place nodes by hand, or combine both. You can change fills, colors, and group vector pieces. All of the fun of drawing with vectors, none of the Illustrator stress. Graphic isn’t perfect for professional work, but it’s a pretty darn good start.

$ 8.99 – Download now

Affinity Photo: The nearest thing you’ll get to Photoshop on iOS

If you need more tools than the average app can supply — even Procreate — check out Affinity Photo. The iPad version of Serif’s popular Mac app offers a truly staggering number of controls and options for drawing, vector work, gradients, perspective projection, and more. It’s a little denser to dive into than Procreate or Linea, but the $ 19.99 app is an excellent tool for pros looking to do some print-ready work on the iPad without compromise.

$ 19.99 – Download now

Animation Desk Cloud: Create animations

Disclaimer: I am a terrible, terrible animator. But the animation folks I trust suggest that if you want to try your hand at animating on the iPad, Kdan’s Animation Desk is one of the only half-decent options out there. Most of the other animation apps available on the App Store are too limited for budding artists — unless you want to make clip-art dance, that is — and the few that do offer traditional animation tools have user interfaces that predate iOS 7, or aren’t optimized for the iPad.

Kdan’s Animation Desk Cloud is the company’s iPad successor to Animation Desk, and it strips the clunky skeuomorphic interface while keeping a bevy of tools for animating pros. Like Graphic, there’s a huge opportunity for Kdan — or another company — to improve upon the app’s foundation and add key tools, but if you want to animate something by hand on your iPad, this is the app to do it with.

Free – Download now

uMake: For 3D modeling

Like animation, 3D modeling is not, shall we say, my forté. But if you want to build some 3D models on the iPad Pro, uMake has very quickly made a name for itself as one of the best programs on the App Store. It offers extensive tutorials on building custom 3D shapes or importing 2D images and making them into 3D models; while I haven’t had time to study more than a few of them, they’re incredibly detailed and helpful. If 3D modeling is a skill you’d like to learn, you’d be hard-pressed to find a better app for it on the iPad.

Free – Download now

Pigment: Adult coloring books

When I was in high school, I had a pretty standard “keep myself from falling asleep in class” routine: I’d doodle vast webs of intercrossed dark lines, then slowly color them in. It was usually good for an hour of entertainment — and provided my brain with just enough stimulation to remain awake while listening to lectures.

Pigment takes my high-school doodling to an extreme, offering thousands of pages of intricately-drawn shapes for you to color in — whether you’re listening to a lecture, or just want something to do with your hands while watching TV. The app is free to download and view, but you’ll need a monthly in-app subscription to actually sketch on the patterns.

Free with subscription model – Download now

Astropad and Astropad Studio: Use the iPad to draw with your Mac

If you drew digitally before the age of iPads, you probably used a Wacom tablet at least once in your life: The tablet and pen combination allowed users to draw naturally within apps like Photoshop, either by using a plastic tablet or drawing directly on the screen via the company’s more expensive Cintiq line.

Astropad essentially lets you turn your iPad and Pencil into a Wacom Cintiq — with or without wires. A wired connection to your Mac results in almost no lag and a supremely comfortable sketching experience, but going wireless is also fantastic: I have a couch set up across from my iMac and standing desk, and with Astropad, I can sketch in Photoshop on my retina iMac from 4 feet away. If you want to use your iPad on-the-go but also integrate it into your desktop drawing workflow, Astropad is an incredible resource to have in your app library. For true pros, there’s also a subscription-based version of the app available, Astropad Studio, which offers better Apple Pencil input, Magic Gestures, faster latency, and more.

$ 29.99 – Download now

Your favorites?

What drawing apps do you think are fabulous? What programs aren’t worth your time? Let me know in the comments.

Updated April 2018: Updated this list for the 2018 iPad.

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Looking To Own Your IPad? Start With These Important Pointers

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Have you tried using your iPad for certain things, and it hasn’t quite worked out the way you wanted? Well, it’s probably because you just need a little more help understanding what exactly you can do to make things more efficient. A few tips and tricks should help point you in the right direction.

If you haven’t ever had a tablet before, you may be overwhelmed. The iPad is incredibly user friendly and almost impossible to screw up. Just start playing with it and see how much you can figure out alone. Even the most computer inept should be able to handle an iPad.

If you’ve ever been interrupted by your iPad at a bad time you likely want to know how to silence it quickly. Mute the volume quick by pressing and then holding your volume down button. Do this until you can’t hear anything. The lock button can be turned into a mute button as well.

You can stop annoying Wi-Fi joining messages on your iPad. If you’re tired of getting asked to join various Wi-Fi networks constantly, this can be taken care of under Settings and Wi-Fi. Switch off Ask to Join Networks. You may still join any network that you’ve already got from this screen, you just will not be harassed constantly.

Put an end to WiFi connect messages. Tired of being notified every time you stray into a WiFi zone? In the Wi-Fi section of Settings, there is an option to turn off “Ask to Join Networks.” You can still manually join any network, the iPad will just stop notifying you of every time one is in range.

A great feature of the iPad is the zoom features. You can easily zoom in and out of any website by pinching with two fingers on the screen. This will help you select tiny links or features when they are larger. You can also double-tap on any image or text to enable auto-zoom.

Create folders to better organize your iPad screens. Just get your screen to jiggle mode and then place the icons on each other if you would like them in the same folder and repeat until you have everything where you want it. This feature is great when you have twenty or more icons.

FaceTime phone numbers and emails should be set up. It defaults to the email you used when you set up the iPad. If you have more that you want set up, you can do it under settings.

When using your iPad to input a large volume of text, use this time-saving tip. When you get to the end of a sentence, do not type a period. Instead, you can tap the space bar twice in rapid succession. This will automatically insert a period followed by a single space for you to begin your next sentence.

Be selective about your notifications. Under the Settings menu, navigate to Notifications. Adjust the settings until you are satisfied with which apps trigger notifications and which ones don’t. This keeps you from being nagged by rarely used apps. It also keeps important notifications from being buried by less important ones.

You can show the web your strongest emotions by simply turning your caps lock on with new iOS devices, such as the iPad. Rather than fighting the shift key over and over again, you can now double tap the button and enter caps-lock mode. This setting is great for typing an entire sentence or paragraph in a capital font.

The best case truly insures your iPad against damage. You should invest more than a few dollars in a strong, protective hard or soft case. A folio is another excellent choice as it protects both the screen and the iPad itself. -80 is a good estimate of the cost of a truly protective case, so don’t cheap out!

The new keyboard is packed full of features, so many that some appear to be hidden. The new apostrophe key is tucked away within the virtual keyboard on the second screen. Press the “!” key for a few moments and you can circumvent this second page page with an immediate apostrophe.

While this wasn’t possible on the previous generations, it is very simple to make a folder on your main page now. Simply drag one icon onto another, and you will be presented with the option of creating a new folder. This is a great way to organize and clean up your main screen.

There are many online forums for iPad users. You can learn so much from others who already know how to use the device. This lets you learn and share, too. You can go to this forum if you have any issues and get some pretty fast help.

One way to monitor the volume much more quickly and efficiently on your iPad is to use the lock button to mute your device. You can also press and hold the volume button to change it quickly as well. Many people are unaware that the lock button is a mute button and that the volume button can work faster by pressing and holding.

If you only have wifi, but not 3g, you can still get a lot of use out of your iPad. Not only can you download songs beforehand, you can also download most of your applications while within wifi range and then use it anywhere. This is also true for podcasts.

If you have a child or a minor using your iPad, you may be interested in turning off mature content. To do this, tap on general, restrictions, and then enable restrictions. This feature will block TV shows, movies, and apps that are “mature audience” rated. Also, podcasts that have an “explicit” tag will be blocked.

Maybe you didn’t have a good background of information for using your iPad efficiently before, but now you’re ready! Utilize the advice you’ve read, and continue to expand your knowledge. You will be using your iPad for just about everything. Have fun, enjoy yourself, and take your iPad with you everywhere!

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The best games that came out for iPhone and iPad this week – 5th April

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It’s Thursday, and here at 148’s spacious office that can only mean one thing – it’s time to round up all of the best games that have landed on the App Store this week. There’s a few here, and I reckon there’s going to be something for pretty much everyone on the list.

Especially if you’re a fan of classic adventure games. More on that later though. Download links are included, should you wish to flit off to the App Store and pick up a game ASAP. And if you think we’ve missed anything, feel free to shout about it in the comments down there at the bottom of the article.

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Best iPad Apps to Make Most of your Apple Pencil: Add Wings to Your Creative Soul

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Best Apple Pencil Apps for iPad 2018

As expected, Apple Pencil support has come for iPad 2018—aka 6th generation iPad. The stylus works with tons of finest apps to let you create notes, draw, sketch, paint and more with absolute precision. Not for nothing, it’s termed as a premium artistic tool for sketching every imagination and infusing life into fascinating designs! We have picked out the best Apple Pencil apps for iPad, which are primed to get the most out of your creative soul.

With these top iOS apps at your disposal, you can craft wonderful picture, create good-looking notes and also annotate PDFs gracefully. You can color books and also sketch your thoughts to perfection.

Best Apple Pencil Apps for iPad 2018

Best Apple Pencil Apps for iPad

#1. GoodNotes 4

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“GoodNotes 4” is a new age note-taking app with a wide range of writing and sketching tool. With advanced OCR technology, you can quickly search your notes. It also allows you to annotate documents and PDFs with the Apple Pencil. The app also lets you edit Microsoft Word and PowerPoint files.

It features neatly designed lined papers, graph papers, music papers and notebook covers to let you create attractive notes. Even better, GoodNotes 4 supports a number of languages including English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish and Traditional Chinese.

Price: $ 7.99
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#2. Notability

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Ranked at number five in productivity category, Notability is feature-rich and one of the highly-rated note-taking apps for iOS. It has got all sorts of tools to let you take detailed, concise notes using Apple Pencil.

There are tons of writing and sketching tools to let you create a masterpiece. You can import PDF, DOC, PPT, image files, and even GIFs from other apps and beautifully annotate them. You will also be able to annotate lecture slides and meeting agendas or complete class assignments.

Moreover, Notability is compatible with several languages like English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian Bokmål, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese and Turkish.

Price: $ 9.99
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#3. PDF Expert

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If you are after a comprehensive PDF editor, you shouldn’t look beyond PDF Expert. Using a great many advanced tools, you can read, annotate and edit PDFs elegantly.

You will be able to change text and image with ease. It also allows you to sign the document and highlight text in scanned books.

Don’t want anyone to access your files? No problem, you can use a password to prevent unauthorized access. Moreover, it’s integrated with multiple cloud services like Dropbox, iCloud Drive, Box, OneDrive, Google Drive, etc.

Price: $ 9.99
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#4. Pigment

Pigment iPad Apple Pencil App Screenshot

Should you think of adding wings to your creative soul, Pigment would be an excellent tool to get started. Apart from quenching your thirst for coloring, the app can also be enormously helpful in killing stress. There are as many as 24 different pencils, markers and brushes to you bring every image to life.

You can also use watercolor, pastel tools, markers, colored pencils and even oil paint! Use the color wheel to add vibrant colors, get the most out of shade control slider, and don’t forget to try out the professionally curated palettes.

Besides, you can upgrade to the pro version of the app to have unlimited access to the entire library.

Price: Free
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#5. Affinity Photo

Affinity Photo iPad Apple Pencil App Screenshot

Affinity Photo has a lot of similarity with Photoshop. The app lets you edit photos to your best liking. That aside, you can also draw and sketch. Thanks to the full support for Apple Pencil, including pressure sensitivity and tilt, it offers you complete freedom to let you express yourself.

You can use it to apply awesome editing effects to photos to make them look stunning. Did I say; you would also be able to create paintings with its extensive brush library and brush tools.

Price: $ 19.99
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#6. Procreate

Procreate iPad Apple Pencil App Screenshot

An app as rich and artistic as Procreate should be a great asset for an aspiring artist like you! It features several top-notch editing tools to let you sketch and draw beautifully on your iPad. Procreate is loaded with 136 beautifully made brushes and has the support of high-definition canvases. There is also dual-textured brush system to add the real charm to your masterpiece.

Use 17 layer blend modes for mind-blowing composition. Oh yes, there are 35 customizable settings for every brush. With 250 levels of undo and redo, you won’t be bothered about making mistakes.

Price: $ 9.99
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#7. Adobe Photoshop Sketch

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Take your love for sketching to the all-new level by making the most of Adobe Photoshop! You can use a variety of built-in brushes, pencils, pens, and markers to design your arts.

Use it to create fantastic watercolor paintings and also send your artwork to Adobe Photoshop CC or Adobe Illustrator CC as layered PSD files. You will also add multiple images and drawing layers. It has as many as14 tools to let you adjust size, color, opacity and blending settings. Better still, Photoshop has multiple stylus support including Adonit, Wacom, Pencil by 53 and Apple Pencil.

Price: Free
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#8. Inspire Pro

Inspire Pro iPad Apple Pencil App Screenshot

For painting, drawing, and sketching, you can’t go wrong with Inspire Pro. The flash point of this app is the vast library of 80 high-quality brushes which are divided into eight sets including Oil Paint, Airbrushes, Basic Shapes, Graphite Pencils, Wax Crayons, Markers, Chalk, and Textures.

You can access 70 more brushes in the Inspire Pro Shop. There are more than 20 different settings to customize brush strokes. As brush strokes are automatically recorded, you will be able to play the video of your artwork. What’s more, Inspire Pro comes with 1000 levels of undo and redo.

Price: $ 7.99
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#9. Microsoft OneNote

Microsoft OneNote iPad Apple Pencil App Screenshot

Isn’t it an irony that Apple’s biggest rival—Microsoft makes one of the finest note-taking apps for iOS? OneNote is an absolute class and has a range of tools to let you effortlessly take notes. Based on your specific needs, you can organize your notes.

You can instantly find your most recent notes and pin the pages you use most. To offer more security to your notes, you have the option to use the password or Touch ID. Another notable feature of this app is the support of several languages like English, Arabic, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi and more.

Price: Free
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#10. MyScript Nebo

MyScript Nebo iPad Apple Pencil App Screenshot

Never underestimate a brilliant note-taking app like MyScript Nebo that has got all the qualities to be on par with the best. Not for nothing, it is the winner of Best App 2017 CES Mobile Apps Showdown and App Store Best of 2016.

What I have found adorable about this app is the simplicity with which it lets you get your work done. For instance, you can effortlessly format your handwritten text as titles, paragraphs, and even bullet lists. And with the intuitive gestures, you will be able to edit them all quickly.

Beyond easy-to-use functionality, MyScript Nebo is compatible with a good many languages like English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish and Traditional Chinese.

Price: $ 5.99
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That’s all, for now!

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Compared: 2018 iPad versus the original 12.9-inch and 9.7-inch iPad Pro

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The newest iPad can easily be considered as a low-cost alternative to the current generation of iPad Pro devices, but a comparison with the original iPad Pro models suggests Apple’s latest release has a lot in common with the earlier tablets. AppleInsider looks at the numbers to see how close they really are.
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Apple Shares Tutorial Videos and How To Website Highlighting Apple Pencil and New iPad

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Apple today shared new iPad tutorial videos on its YouTube channel, which appear to be aimed at customers who have purchased the new sixth-generation iPad with Apple Pencil support. Apple has also aggregated all of the videos on an iPad how to website.

The first video, which is a minute long, focuses on using the Instant Markup feature that’s designed to allow users to draw on and annotate screenshots on the iPad. The tutorial walks through every step of the process, from capturing a screenshot on iPad using the Home button and the power button to using the Apple Pencil to mark it up to sharing the finished product.


Apple’s second tutorial video covers Split View multitasking to use two apps at the same time. The video instructs users on accessing the dock to open two apps at the same time, and then it covers drag and drop techniques.


Several other unlisted tutorial videos cover features like using the iPad’s keyboard, using the Files app, working with multiple emails, and sketching in the Notes app.


Apple has shared several tutorial videos like this in the past, which are often tied to new releases. Tutorial videos can typically be found on the separate Apple Support YouTube channel, but these new tutorial videos are on the company’s main channel for new iPad owners.

The new sixth-generation iPad went on sale last week after its debut at Apple’s March 27 educational event. The new tablet, which is priced at $329, boasts a new A10 Fusion processor and support for the Apple Pencil.

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Apple just released a refreshed 9.7-inch iPad for 2018. Retaining last year’s $ 329 price tag, the new slate is Apple’s first budget model to support Apple Pencil and sports a speedy A10 Fusion process. Find out how it compares to its bigger 10.5-inch iPad Pro sibling in this video.
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