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NoteShelf updated to add more features

If you are a fan of note taking apps, then it is for sure that you would have heard of the awesome Note Shelf for iOS. The app is one of the best known note taking apps in the iOS world, and today, the company has released an update to the app which takes the app to a whole new level. The update brings pencils and calligraphy pens to your disposal. And if you are high on colors in your notes, the new updated has done some awesome job in that department as well. If you do not find the color you are looking for, you can bring up the color pallet and choose the exact color you want. Even better, you can choose from the overwhelming range of colors that offers.

If you maintain Notebooks in the app, you are going to have much more fun with the new updated Note Shelf. Because the company has added a new feature which lets you choose or design your own notebook covers. You can choose a photo from your Gallery, or create your own covers to make your notebooks look more creative.

Also, the landscape support in the app has been improved. So now you can create better notebooks with the horizontal orientation. And with better and improved, and a more flexible page thumbnail view, you can manage your notes and notebooks ever more easily. Cutting a section of your notes was one of the most loved features of the app. But you were allowed to cut only rectangular areas. But with this new update, you are given the power to cut notes in any shape you want. Just select the area you want to cut in a random figure, and only that part is cut.

Plus, the Note Shelf app now supports the following pressure sensitive stylii: Adonit Jot Touch, Pogo Connect and Hex Jaja styli. The app which usually sells for $5.99, is now up for sale with a $2.99 price tag, only for a limited period. So grab your copy of the app now, before it is too late. You can buy the app from here.

Source: iMore

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