October 30, 2023

MacStories Review of Astropad’s Rock Paper Pencil

John Voorhees, on macstories.net:

The experience of using the new Pencil tips along with the cover is the closest thing to paper that I’ve ever tried on the iPad. I’ve spent time taking notes in a variety of apps.

My preferred screen-cover on my last two iPad’s has been the Moshi iVisor, mostly because I like the fact it’s removable/washable (not that I’ve ever done it), which means it’s much less stressful to apply. Previously I used Paperlike’s cover, but it always ended up with some sort of bubbles — and the screen sensation wasn’t that amazing.

Very sure this will be the cover of my next iPad. Good news is that an iPad mini 6 version will be available soon.


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