iPhone and iPad apps tagged "Pogo Stylus."
Super Stylus: Use Pogo Sketch for iPad Drawing Apps
While testing out a drawing app on the iPad recently, I was sadly reminded that oversized fingers are not the best tools for creating fine art details.
There are so many fantastic drawing apps for the iPad that I don't want to be held back by my clumsy pointers.
Shoot 2 Quill iPhone Typing Tutorial
Shoot 2 Quill by Left Coast Logic is an app that addresses the very bane of my mobile device existence. Until very recently, no matter how much I loved my iPod touch, I would not have traded my Blackberry exclusively for the iPhone simply because of its keyboard, which I despise for typing messages.
Pick Up $500 with Pogo Stylus and a Bit of Artistic Talent
Although some artists can make finger painting on the iPhone and iPod touch look easy, it’s anything but that for the average Dick or Jane. Even with pinch and zoom, it’s hard to get in close enough for fine detail work.
Note and Sketch is a Stretch for Both Functions
Note and Sketch, from developer Hung Duong, is a combo note-taking and doodling app. To say that you can use it to sketch anything worthwhile is a bit of a stretch, for reasons I'll explain later.
ColorSplash: Add a Splash of Color to Black and White Photos
ColorSplash, from Hendrik Kueck, is both entertaining and frustrating to use, at least if your fingers are the size of premium hot dogs. It's an image-manipulation app that enables you to convert your color photos into black and white and then restore the color to objects you would like to highlight.
iPhone Gifts : Essentials for New iPhone Owners
Whether you've had a smartphone before or are finally upgrading from your 1998 brick phone, the iPhone is a whole new type of cell phone. However, the basics still apply and as with any cell phone, you'll need to replace your accessories.
Pogo Stylus is Finger-Slidin' Good
While I may have been "born with the ultimate pointing device" (according to Steve Jobs), my fingers are a bit oversized when it comes to creating fine detail. It's a problem I've gotten used to when typing text messages, but now that drawing apps are available, it's time to find a better solution.