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  Reply # 1649349 11-Oct-2016 17:11
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Benjip:

TwoSeven: Just out of interest, what apps do people use their Apple pencils with ?


I personally just use mine with OneNote. It's so easy to just jot down notes in meetings, then when I get back to the office the notes are waiting for me on my Mac & iPhone.


Also great for quick sketching too, though I haven't found an easy app for that apart from the iOS Notes app which is a bit basic.



This what I use mine with, but it [the pencil] always needs charging when I go to use it as there appears to be no off switch. I am looking to get a different brand, likely a Wacom or Adonit one, that can be turned off and has some buttons.

In the meantime, I often use my surface pro with OneNote instead.




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  Reply # 1649353 11-Oct-2016 17:23
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I use mine with pretty much everything.  I use it to navigate the iPad when I'm at work and in a meeting, I use it for notes in the iOS Notes app (which is great these days).  I use it for markup in MS Office apps, and on PDFs etc.  

 

It's great for my fingerprint OCD :)


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