Nicely balanced, comfortable and well-designed, the Adonit Jot Touch is an excellent pressure-sensitive stylus for the iPad.
The company's newest active stylus gets an easy-connect makeover.
A fine option for note-taking, especially if you're big into the Evernote ecosystem, but it requires some adapting.
Evernote now lets you draw and write by hand on Apple's phones and tablets.
While there are no changes that appear obvious, it has some significant differences from its predecessor.
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.
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.
While our smartphones and tablets come with apps that let you jot things down, there are much better apps available that help you organize your notes and be more productive.
Thanks to a recent update, you can now jot down handwritten notes in the Evernote Android app.
This simple app has a humble goal: to act as a scratchpad for your iPhone and iPad and nothing more.