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Speaking of Giveaways, congratulations to Bart Hamilton, the winner of our PaperLike Note Takers Giveaway. He received a 2-Pack of PaperLike iPad Screen Covers and his choice of iPad note taking app, which was UPAD.
Stay tuned for the next iPad Insight giveaway, coming soon.
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. Continue reading
Back in April, I came across a Kickstarter for a product from Jan Sapper called the PaperLike that was aiming to fill an unaddressed niche for the iPad Pro- the lack of a textured surface for writing and drawing on the iPad Pro’s screen. I ended up backing it, and when I received the product in July, I promptly installed it and wrote a brief review. Other than a little difficulty in putting it on (no more than any other flexible film screen protector), I came away happy with my brief experience to that point.
Back in April, I wrote about a Kickstarter that I came across that I thought had real potential. Jan Sapper of Sapper Productions was proposing a screen protector for the iPad Pro that gives the screen more of a paper-like feel to make writing and drawing more comfortable with the Apple Pencil. I was immediately interested, and evidently I wasn’t the only one, because his Kickstarter campaign had already blown its initial funding goal away by the time I found it.
A recent Kickstarter campaign caught my eye that I thought might be of interest to several of our readers. The PaperLike screen cover from Jan Sapper is exactly what it sounds like- a simple screen protector-like cover for both models of iPad Pro. It is made of a proprietary film that gives the screen a feel closer to that of paper when using the Apple Pencil. It’s a very good idea that I was surprised to learn hasn’t really been addressed by any mainstream accessory manufacturers to this point.