Giveaway: PaperLike iPad Screen Cover 2-Pack

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I’ve written about the PaperLike screen cover for the iPad on a few occasions now, from its beginnings as a success on Kickstarter, to its release, and then my use of it over the course of the last four months. Now it’s time to give you, our readers, a chance to get your hands on two of these high-quality textured screen covers for free. If you want to see mote details on the PaperLike, go check out Sapper Products’ Site here.

Just follow the instructions below to enter this giveaway contest. All you have to do is share our contest via Twitter and then Comment on this post, telling us what you think of the PaperLike, and about your favorite note taking app. That brings us the second part of this Giveaway. To help you put together an unstoppable note taking combo with your iPad, Apple Pencil, and PaperLike, we will also be adding a gift of your chosen note taking app (up to $9.99 value). This will cover the cost of some of the better paid note taking apps available for the iPad, such as Notability (my favorite), Noteshelf 2, or GoodNotes 4. You let me know your favorite, and I will gift it to you.

This contest starts today and continues through 12 AM, Sunday, December 10, 2017. Just follow the instructions below, and good luck!

PaperLike Note Taking Giveaway

(If you can’t see the contest form, click this link)

James Rogers

I am a Christian husband and father of 3 living in the Southeastern US. I have worked as a programmer and project manager in the Commercial and Industrial Automation industry for over 19 years, so I am hands on with technology almost every day. However, my passion in technology is for mobile devices, specifically Apple's iOS and iPadOS hardware and software. My favorite is still the iPad.

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7 thoughts on “Giveaway: PaperLike iPad Screen Cover 2-Pack”

  1. Would love to try this…. writing on the iPad would be so much easier! Favorite note taking app is noteability and GoodNotes but the apple notes app is starting to show more promise lately

  2. I mostly use PDF expert to read and annotate PDFs. The paperlike should be a perfect thing for writing and reading on an iPad as well!

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