FiftyThree, the studio behind the popular sketching app Paper, has launched Paste -- a new collaborative presentation tool for iOS. FiftyThree describes Paste as an app "built for today’s creative teams that makes sharing your work simple and beautiful." The app includes a variety of features for building presentations and collaborating with other users.
Paste users can easily create slides, storyboards and comment on each other's work by leaving quick reactions or making notes. Slides can be created using images, videos, links, docs, PDFs, and even connected tools like Google Docs. Users can then view their presentation as a storyboard to make adjustments, rearrange slides, and create tiles and sections.
The app allows other users to vote, flag or mark shared presentations and leave suggestions.
Paste includes Slack integration, the ability to pull sketches from Paper and support for Figma files, Giphy and more. The app is available for free of the Apple App Store with an $8 per month subscription fee.
FiftyThree today also rolled out Paper 4.0. The sketching app has been totally redone to incorporate all the "best technologies iOS has to offer." This includes an "all-new look and feel," 3D journal view, grid view, group notes with sketches and annotate your photos and more. You can see the full release notes below.
Paper is available for free on the App Store with an optional Paper Patron in-app purchase for $5.99.
- Arrange sketches and notes into 3D journal view: a personal set of notebooks
- Group notes with sketches and annotate your photos
- Beautiful covers to customize your workspace
- Your notebooks transform into grids for easy organization
- Support for Split View and all device orientations
- Optimized for iPhone X, all iPad Pro, and Apple Pencil
- Paper Patron is now Paper Pro
- Works with Paste for building stories with your team