Nicely balanced, comfortable and well-designed, the Adonit Jot Touch is an excellent pressure-sensitive stylus for the iPad.
A fine option for note-taking, especially if you're big into the Evernote ecosystem, but it requires some adapting.
While there are no changes that appear obvious, it has some significant differences from its predecessor.
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The laser-guided, connected input device will let you take notes or draw on any surface, according to its Kickstarter crowd-funding campaign.
A neatly organized, virtual junk drawer, that is.
Jot stylus users have nothing to lose by giving this app a shot, and they may find it useful. As the solution to a problem, however, it needs a little more polish.
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Next year, the 180-person company plans to sell software along with its Jot hardware. It won't compete with existing partners like Adobe, though.